Release: HBL 118 for OFW 6.60. Grandpa still has it!

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23 Responses

  1. Xargoth says:

    This is awesome. As for me, I use 6.35pro on my 3000 and go, but I remember using HBL for the first time, and playing Majora’s mask with the n64 emulator, the adrenaline surge was immense, and I was very happy. It’s good that this works now, for the 6.60 users. How did it go from 6.39 to 6.60 though. It seems they skipped a few numbers….

  2. Jeroen207 says:

    Always Homebrew for psp. It is awesome respect.

  3. (|EcLiPsE|) says:

    God bless HBL. ( i didn’t upgrade, but HBL rocks :D )

  4. Mathieu says:

    What a cool piece or software! I used HBL for months on a GO! running of 6.20. Being able to play Garou Mark of the Wolf just made my day :) Thumbs up to all the devs involved in its development. Thanks a lot guys :)

  5. asmith906 says:

    pata pata pata pon ahhhhh its back

  6. Mud says:

    Way to go pops!
    Keep up the good work. :)

  7. cscash241 says:

    I remember when hbl was first leaked my malloxis and I thought it was so cool that I could run non official code on my PSP GO even thought it didn’t do much. At that time I never thought the PSP go would see home brew never mind a hen

  8. vegeta says:

    is this actually supposed to do something? i ran it 10 times, got to the menu and selected what i wanted it to run, and all it did was bring me back to the psp home menu. i’m running 6.60ofw, which i admit is a mistake, but still, what the heck? it does nothing!

  9. an2ny08 says:

    hbl r118 make my memory stick damage … im in ofw 6.60…..

  10. Shinny says:

    @impossibile… i run HBL but not on my PSP.. im runing 6.20PRO.. anyway it was runing perfectly.. did you installed it corectly..
    @an2ny08 quit posting ***.. HBL cant damge your Memory Stick.. i used HBL for about 5 months and anything was done to my MS…

  11. superman says:

    how do you use it? i put it in PSP/GAME/HBL folder but i cant find the game in the hbl

  12. Rob1s says:

    @vegeta – i have the same problem!
    It brings me back to home screen!
    What can i do?

  13. an2ny08 says:

    @shinny im not posting *** maybe im misunderstood or wrong deliveration of words what im saying is my the data was corrupted…by the way sorry for last post ive made……

  14. dude says:

    where do i put it?

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