Xump: The Final Run - A New PSP Homebrew - Need a new PSP homebrew to play? Check out RetroGuru's Pac-Man inspired Xump!
Xump is a multiplatform indie game that involves players solving puzzles to make it to the end of each level. Every board has a small collection of squares that players must travel across to complete the challenge. Things get more complex when you must disarm mines and finish timed tasks while sticking to the same fundamental rule. The release log lies below!
Xump - The Final Run is a simple multi-platform puzzler by Retroguru. Initially released by Psilocybin Development in 2005 the game has been improved in almost every aspect you can imagine. New graphics, new levels, new music, new options, new everything...
Help Holger to clean up deserted space fields. As this is a very dangerous task for a human being a headbot named Xump will be the one who has to suffer.
Your main task is to clean all dissolveable tiles on several single-screen levels by simply stepping on them, one by one. Few fields are secured with mines and need a double tap. Mines can be blown up when passing by or deminded by Xump when staying on this specific field for a short moment. Certainly the mission sounds easier than it will be.
Joystick, Joypad and Mouse Controls (all system depending)
9 chippy tracks for your audio pleasure
Retro styled password system
Hidden easter egg - find two more themes
Hidden easter egg - find 32 classic levels
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