This it the first PSP Lua game by Grimfate126 called”Find That Gold”. It’s not very addictive and very simple, but you can give it a go. Here are the original gameplay instructions:
HOW TO PLAY:you are the pink square (pathetic huh?). SOMEWHERE on the board, there is a gold”square”. you move you guy around the board with the d-pad. once you think you are NEAR the gold square, (you can be 50 pixels off) and you press x, either 1 of 2 things will happen:1. Nothing, this means that you guessed wrong.2. it will say,”You Found The Gold!!”, then it will tell you how many tries ittook you to get the gold, and then it will give you a verdict.
lostjared bring another techdemo for the PSP. The program itself isn’t very usefull but displays some strange effects.http://forums.qj.net/showthread.php?t=41854
LordSturm and YoureSam have updated their chat program for the PSP. It’s coded in Lua.
Improved GUI Skin Support ( See config.txt )
Improved OSK, with L keyboard switch. ( Not whilst typing. )
PM Service Stabilized. ( Now no reason to turn off… )
Automatic Refresh ( 2 times a minute )
Optimized GUI loading.
Icon ( For LUA )
realn0whereman has released a program which quotes jokes from the actor Chuck Norris. It requires Lua.http://forums.qj.net/showthread.php?t=41691
Image provided by: gamersgalaxy.netRelease notes:
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Image provided by: HardHatHardHat released his port of Open Gladiator for the PSP. Open Gladiator is a Gauntlet-style game.
Well, I think that there is some interest in RPGs on the PSP. But while we wait for a from-scratch RPG, I thought I’d surf around and find a finished one to port over. Well, here is my first release of the OpenGladiator RPG which was formerly a commercial game, and in the last four years has become a credible GPLed game for SDL.
The PSP version is compatible with the PC game saves, and you can do almost anything in the PSP port except type in custom names for characters/game saves. Try it out and tell me what you think.
Image provided by: HardhatHere is another game by HardHat which has been missed. This one has been made public in mid of February as well. Release notes:
You are skateboarding through along a path, minding your own business, when you suddenly find that you’re being chased, by two mindless thugs from the other gang. Your only hope is to collect enough coins to take the bus home. Can you do it? The levels are cleared when you collect 25 treasures. Coming within arm’s reach of the thugs means you have to start that level over from scratch. Sometimes you need to dig to get to a coin, so use X to make the path clear — but be careful the thugs can use the open paths too. Based on a game idea”SuperChase”by Annthony Godshall from the book”Compute!’s First Book of TI Games”.
Life is all about getting home, at the end of a long shift as a construction worker. Unfortunately, the even though the bell has run, the crane elevator is busted. So poor Jack has to run all the way down to the ground floor. Watch out for the holes in the girders. They’ll get you every time. Double jumps are timing. Triple jumps are skill. ;-) Based on a game idea”JumpingJack”by Anthony Godshall from the book”Compute!’s First Book of TI Games”.
This is a release by Hardhats which has been made public mid of February but was missed by us. Release notes:
Welcome to Jafe’s Hike where you become Jafe, and need to catch butterflies but avoid the bee sting and gopher bites. Well, for this version you only get to catch butterflies.
Zx-81 released a port of X48, a unix emulator for the HP48 Calculator. Release notes:
X48 is an unix emulator (under X Window) of the famous HP48 GX calculator. It has been written many years ago by Eddie C. Dost in C langage.
I’ve sucessfully modified and port the source code of the 0.4.0 version using PSPSDK environment. It’s now working fine on PSP !