Minecraft PSP [Lamecraft Mod] v2.0! – Lamecraft in 2017?
You’d think the PSP homebrew community would be dead today, but fortunately that’s not the case. Even with the VITA scene slowly rising, the PSP scene developers still haven’t given up, and this is the case with Minecraft PSP. Minecraft PSP like many other before it, is a lamecraft mod for the Playstation Portable. Lamecraft is a PSP homebrew that mimics the same concept as the popular PC game that is now available on numerous devices, Minecraft. Lamecraft was one of PSP’s best homebrews back in the day, and also the winner of the PSP Genesis competion in 2011. Although it’s worth mentioning that woolio’s additions to this mod, basically makes it an entirely different game. The amount of features make it actually look like a port of Minecraft based on an older revision.
I said it before and I’ll say it again, the numerous amount of changes that woolio has made to this makes this an entirely different game compared to the original lamecraft. It’s more based on a survival mode gameplay of minecraft and offers a plethora of new features.
The latest version, 2.0 includes the following changes:
- .schematic to .lms converter (you can now convert pc worlds to minecraft psp format)
- World height increased to 112
- New world generator
- Canes are back
- Fixed dungeons and mob spawners
- True sheep
- Grass generation
- Nice main menu and button sprites
- Upgraded player physics
- Sleep in bed player position
- You can not sleep if monsters are nearby
- TNT kills mobs
- 12 music dics
- All minecraft PC tracks
- Zombies drop bones if killed by TNT
- Creepers drop discs if killed by TNT
- Redstone blocks, coal blocks, hay bale
- Hay bale lowers damage if player falls on it
- Lava infinite source (4 lava blocks)
- Water busket + Lava = obsidian
- Lava busket + Water = cobblestone
- GreenLand preset map
This is definitely something I’d recommend worth checking out, even if you have Minecraft installed on other devices. The fact that this game is actually homebrew, is very impressive. You can find the download link here, or here if you’re using a PSP-1000. The full source code can be found here.