Last month I gave you a list of the most popular homebrews for January (give those a try!), and this might become a regular monthly post? Today I’m giving you the best 10 homebrews for February, as voted by you guys. Keep rating homebrews and adding new ones on /Downloads!
10. PSPKVM, by Sleepper, M@x, Anweifeng, AJ Milne
The Java Virtual Machine for the PSP lets you open jar files. The most popular usage for this homebrew is the Opera Mini browser, which is of much better quality than the default netfront browser installed on the PSP
9.Prometheus Iso Loader, by Liquidzigong
Although Pro CFW is the mainstream way nowadays to run backups, some people still prefer to use the combination of Gen CFW or TN Hen + Prometheus iso loader.
8. Sonymon, by V@ughn
A new homebrew on the scene, remotely inspired by the famous Pokemon game, Sonymon is getting lots of attention lately, and looks promising. Let’s hope V@ughn will keep fixing bugs and improve it.
7. Nazi Zombies Portable, by the NZP team
One of the best entries for the 2011 Genesis competition is still doing strong in 2012 on your PSPs. In this game, you need to survive as long as you can and barricade yourself against waves of zombies… sounds familiar?
6. Krap-psp, by kenma9123
The PSP’s swiss army knife, an all in one plugin for your psp, the one plugin you should install. Allows you to adjust the brightness, set a timer for sleep mode, pause games, change cpu speed, turn leds on/off,… you name it!
5. Pro CFW
That one is probably gonna stay in the charts for a little while, Pro CFW is now the obligatory entry point to running homebrews and plugins on your PSP
4. Daedalus X64, by the Daedalus Team
Lots of progress has been made since the first release of Daedalus. Its younger brother Daedalus X64 is pushing the limits of our beloved psp, by allowing us to emulate Nintendo 64 games!
3. Lamecraft, by Drakon
One of the best homebrews on the PSP, this excellent minecraft clone won the Genesis competition in 2011.
2. Open CMA, by VF
Virtuous Flame’s tool allows you to copy content from and to your vita without being connected to the internet. On top of protecting your privacy, this is extremely useful if you don’t want to connect your computer just to copy some savedata to your Vita (windows only, for now).
1. PSPAtari, by zx81
We all love emulation, but it really seems a wind of old school is blowing on this month’s ratings. PSPAtari allows us to play Atari 5200 games, and got the top ratings this month.
Lots of other homebrews got great ratings this month, including HBL (are people still using it on the PSP???), Davee/Some1′s chronoswitch downgrader, Kingdom hearts: Sora’s destiny, or the HomebrewStore which allows you to download and install homebrews directly from your psp.