DanielBR is at it again with his release of his cat-inspired Mario clone PSP Homebrew Game called Syobon Action. In this version which is updated to R3, users will notice a few key changes in how this game operates. According to the developerís site, the game should now be running smoothly at a clean 133mHz which will be a godsend to those of you who are hoping to play this platformer on the go.
Most importantly though, a key feature noted in this particular release of Syobon Action is that the game is now signed to play on both OFW and CFW, so if youíre a non-hacked user looking to play around with this zany style Japanese game, you will now get your chance.
As if that wasnít enough to please you, you can even take this great game with you in a smaller package now that the content is compressed in .7z format. Finally, a final key feature to note is that you will be able to save and load as well, which makes this old-school style homebrew a little bit easier to handle if you donít like the idea of finishing it all in a single sitting. Straight from the man himself, here are the controls you need to get this game going.
Source and Additional Source
- On main menu:
START = Init the game play.
R - load the saved level (use START button after that)
CIRCLE - start random generated new level
- On the game play:
SELECT = back to main menu (and reset the level for the first, then you will need load again if you want play the saved level)
L = suicide (kill), and make a persistent save of the level
R = speed mode (for make fast the boring parts)
TRIANGLE = Jump
Digital Pad LEFT = go to left
Digital Pad RIGHT = go to right
Digital Pad DOWN = make something too (like the arrow down in PC version)
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