PSP Genesis

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In case you haven’t noticed, Npt and myself were organizing the biggest PSP Homebrew competition of all times this year. Contestants had 4 month to prepare and update their homebrew games and utilities.

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Developer Chus from Team Mex joins the PSP Genesis competition with a nice game for your brain. The concept is simple (really like a simple puzzle), but the implementation is excellent: nice menus, nice graphics, nice music, controls are good, and the game adds achievements to keep you going.

This one will fit nicely in your Homebrew library.

Download

Download here (or alternate link here). You can leave your feedback to the author in the homebrew’s official thread here.

This is one high quality entry from D-T-K joining the PSP Genesis competition. In Cálë (how the hell do you pronounce that? I’ll go with Calé, as in Café…), you are a small ball of light trying to get out of a dark labyrinth. Ok, the labyrinth thing can get old, but what sold me here is the concept of trophies, you get a gold, silver, or bronze medal if you get out very fast. And trust me, the gold medal is not doable unless you know the level by heart.

This one becomes quickly addictive, and it ships with a level editor. Nice game, nice graphics, nice music… nice entry.

Download

Download here (or alternate link here). You can leave feedback to the author in the homebrew’s official thread here.

If you enjoy games such as Tyrian, or Rrootage, Silveredge is for you. AndrewYY worked on this game for one year before submitting it to the Genesis competition, and it shows. The graphics, audio effects, music, menus… everything is really polished and very impressive. From the very beginning of the game, you get into the action, the controls are explained as a quick element in the story, and, well, that’s a detail but it’s the kind of stuff that gives us the impression of playing a professional game.

The video posted by the author is probably what does this game the most justice:

Download

Download here (or alternate link here). You can leave your feedback to the author in the homebrew’s thread here.

Remember SHELL? Well here come the first plugins for this very ambitious project. Arnold is back with a new entry for the Genesis competition, tightly linked to his SHELL project. USBPlugin4SHELL will allow you to enable/disable the USB from within the Shell, while PowerPlugin4SHELL gives you information on your psp power (battery, etc…)

Download

Download here , and submit your feedback to the author in the homebrew’s official thread here.

This PSP Genesis entry sent by Nakano, Motuk, and Irfanhb7 is a Card game for up to 4 players.

Quoting the authors:

Company is a PSP card game that involves 100 cards (24 unique) and 2-4 players. The goal of the game is to open a company and earn more money than other entrepreneurs. Some cards in hand become negative points at the end of the game. In addition, with a few cards players can sabotage other companies. See included Rules.doc for more details how to play the game.

Additionally, the code is open source and can be reused for non commercial projects.

Download

Download here (or alternate link here). you can get the latest revisions in the homebrew’s official thread here.

Another nice little game entry for the PSP Genesis competition, Micro Ziga-Zag Racer by Boujack is a 2D racing game.

It currently features 3 levels…will you beat them?

Download

Download here (or alternate link here). You can get updated in the homebrew’s official thread here.

Riviera71 joins the Genesis competition with this port of a nice Open Source game: Amoebax. When I was a kid, I was a big fan of a game called Dr. Robotnik’s mean bean machine… If you’ve played that game, you’ll immediately understand the concept. Hmm, that or Puzzle bobble :)

It’s extremely easy to get addicted, I warned you :)

Download

Download here (or alternate link here), and give your feedback to Riviera71 in the homebrew’s thread here.

Those of you who are into mathematics will figure it out immediately, and for the remaining 99.9% of us, this Genesis competition entry by Developer walook will create a nice surprise with your friends or family. It’s one of those “choose a number and I’ll guess it” kind of game, and guaranteed to impress like a good magic trick.

Give it a try :)

Download

Download here (or alternate link here), and share your experience on the homebrew’s official thread here.

kacperski1 joins the Genesis competition with this port of a PC game “Icy Tower”, in which you have to help your brave little character jump on various platforms faster than the screen scrolling behind you and trying to catch up…

Nice graphics for this nice casual game :)

Download

download here (or alternate link here). You can download the latest version on the homebrew’s official thread here.

Benjamin999is back to the Genesis competition with a second entry.

Platform Portable is a small game in which you have to help a smiley on his bike, jumping correctly on as many platforms as possible…but don’t fall!

Download

download here (or alternate link here). You can get the latest version of this homebrew in the homebrew’s official thread here

Developers Coldbird and Virtuous Flame are now delivering their baby to the world of developers (and users!), by delivering their last update, a few hours before the deadline of the Genesis competition. Talk about cliffhangers :)

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Monk9899′s entry for the PSP Genesis competition is simple but very useful, it simulates the flip of a coin, or the roll of a dice. Yes, you always need those. Nice little feature, the coin doesn’t always end up facing up, I like this little detail, as well as the sounds. Let’s hope a future revision will have cool animations as well :)

Download

Download here (or alternate link here). You can get the latest version on the homebrew’s official thread here

A Nice utility by developer Frostegater for our PSP Genesis competition. It gives you a bunch of useful information on your PSP battery, its temperature, etc… This allows you to identify a damaged or non working battery.

Note that, as the screenshot below shows, the information is unfortunately incomplete for the PSP Go.

Here is the full list of features from the author:

  • Charge Level
  • Time to discharge
  • Voltage
  • Battery temperature
  • Identification of the external power supply
  • Weak charge
  • The availability of battery
  • Charging
  • EEPROM Access
  • Serial Battery
  • Mode Battery

Download

Download here (or alternate link here). You cangive feedback to the author in the application’s official thread here

Submissions to the PSP genesis competition increase in quantity and in quality as we are getting close to the deadline (May 29th, hurry everyone!). PSPKOR’s entry is a 2D shooter, featuring graphics by Mr.Nick666 and music by Hai.

The game does indeed look extremely nice,  what do you think about the gameplay?

Download

Download here (or alternate link here). You can also post your feedback in the homebrew’s official thread here

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