Those of you who love card games but somehow do not have enough cash to place bets on the poker table, here's a great alternative for you It's free, and it's right on your PSP.
Journeyman from our forums has released his adaptation of the card game "Dai hin min", or Richman, Poorman. Now, this is actually a Japanese card game for three or more players with the standard 52-card pack. The objective is basically to become daihugo (very rich man), which also is the winner of the previous round, by getting rid of all cards in your hand. Anyhow, for a more detailed instruction on how to play this game, you can go on over to this link right here.
Back to the brewed version, the known bugs here are the following:
* freezes when selecting credits/rules (not yet done) -> that's why you better just click on the link above for the instructions
* the game stops after playing a few games
* Revolution bug?
* put this in your /psp/game/ (for 1.0 users & 1.5 user with DAX Custum firmware) or (/psp/game150/ ) for 3.0xOE-x
Journeyman sends his thanks to Izam for support, image of the back of the card and testing it. So there, you can download the game right here. And of course, you can also give out your comments or suggestions via our forums. Have fun!
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