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    Smile The Icarus Project homebrew puzzle game



    The Icarus Project is a remake of a great, but little known, puzzle game called Daedalean Opus (aka Puzzle Road in Japan).

    Daedalean Opus was released by Vik Tokai, for the Nintendo GameBoy, way back in 1990. Due to it's unpronounceable name and weird-looking box art, this game did not receive much attention from the public.

    However, the gameplay is actually very fun, and well suited to the portable format. In fact, it might just be the best puzzle game you've never played.

    The Icarus Project keeps the same gameplay as the original game, but the levels, graphics, and music have all been redone for the PSP.

    The Icarus Project features:

    - 15 levels, each one more challenging than the last.
    - High-Quality graphics, unique to each level.
    - Music from Vivaldi, Bach, and Corelli, rendered in classic Chip-Tune style.
    - Highly polished controls and menus.
    - Automatic progress saving.
    - Hours and hours of very addictive gameplay (You've been warned!).

    download from here: http://www.chaosmachine.net/studio/icarus/

    standalone and luaplayer versions available. should work on all firmware versions up to 2.0 (with luaplayer), but has only been tested on version 1.5. please let me know if you have any problems with it.

    looking forward to your feedback

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    that looks so wierd man! I love it

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    nice release

    heres a mirror --> http://psp-news.dcemu.co.uk/icarusproject.shtml

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    thanks, nice to see pictures of it on someone else's psp

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    Zaibach333, i got your aim message, but can't reply because it says you are offline..

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    Default nice work man

    Great game, it reminds me a lot of a toy puzzle I had when I was younger, love it's concept. Good choice on porting it.

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