This is a PSP adaptation of classic side-scrolling action adventure game for DOS, made by Century Interactive and published by BMG in 1995.

PSP port is based on a cross-platform game engine recreation by Gregory Montoir ( ).

You’re a pilot of a B-17 bomber in 2nd World War. After you’re shot down by German fighters, you crash land through some sort of time hole in a strange world, where both dinosaurs and humans live. The first thing you have to do is save a princess; she’s your companion throughout the game.

The game itself is a mixture of jump and run and adventure; on most screens you have to think and watch first before you do anything.

How to install:
The game will only work on custom PSP 3.XX firmwares. Installation of the full version of the game requires ~170MB of space on memory stick.
– Copy BermudaSyndrome folder to ms:/PSP/GAME (or ms:/PSP/GAME3XX where XX is your custom firmware’s subversion
– Get demo or full version of the game
-rename “bermuda” folder inside the game archive to “DATA” and copy in to ms:/PSP/GAME(xx)/BermudaSyndrome folder.