Dev Update: Current plan, blog update, Homebrew games

So as some of you might have noticed, I haven’t been very active for a while now. It has been a while since I released some projects of mine, but that’s mostly because I have been busy with other things.   Mario Kart PSP   So the last Mario Kart PSP update has been released in June. I’ve decided to […]

So as some of you might have noticed, I haven’t been very active for a while now. It has been a while since I released some projects of mine, but that’s mostly because I have been busy with other things.

 

Mario Kart PSP

 

So the last Mario Kart PSP update has been released in June. I’ve decided to pick up the file again, and try to add some stuff. The plan was to make this update special, however since the current development team  is very inactive (to say the least), I still want to make this update different than all the other updates.

So, if you’re good with Lua for PSP, be free to contact me. There’s a poll on the right of the site, to vote what you want to see the most.

 

PSP Homebrew Game Competition 2014?

 

So, since last year was great hosting alongside The Dashhacks Network and PSVitaGR, I was thinking if it can be possible to do it again. The PSP is currently overshadowed by its successor, the PSVita. But still, I’m interested in the great Homebrew games that are released in 2014, but are there enough Homebrew games?

PSP HOMEBREW GAME COMPETITION 2013 (POSTER BY GODMANGEN)

 

Slender PSP confusion

 

So, this has been a confusion that has been going since the release of the 1.00 version. People “claim” that I take credit for something I didn’t create, but when and where? As far as I know, I have ALWAYS said that the update is created by Seizure Salad, since the release, so why are they still claiming this?  You tell me…

I didn’t develop the update, but I did create the concept, and I “lit the torch” as told by the mapper Senoir Meatbox…

But what do you expect, when releasing a project with a name that has already been created?

 

Webtastic PSP & Android

 

The Android version has received a lot of positive feedback, and I want to focus more on the Android version than the PSP version. But still, the PSP version is outdated, so I will be updating the project soon.

Update 1.6 will be a cross-platform release, so it will be for the PSP and Android, and I aim to get those two versions to look like each other.

There is currently no release date, but it seems that the poll fr0m a while ago voted to get the Android version on Google Play, but it will be released by my side-project “Lumodokate Studios”