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PlayStation Portable / Homebrew

Screenshot Title genre Description Cave storyAction adventure Everybody's favorite indie game now on PSP! Doom, various FPS There are a variety of Doom ports, of varying quality and controls. Search around and find the one for you. I use PSP Doom Legacy, as the controls are wonderful, the graphics great, and support of lots of wads, but there's no music unless you add in each song as an mp3, which eats up lots of space so fuck that shit. Exult RPG Lets you play Ultima 7 and Serpent's Isle on the PSP. If you don't know what Ultima 7 is and you claim to like RPG's, play it right now you fucking casual. Kaiten pastry chef puzzle Puzzlan gaems. You play as a girl collecting ingredients, and can spin the entire level 90 degrees at a time. There are 3 editions, each one increasing in difficulty from the last, but the music can get kind of grating and it's rather poorly ported, resulting in slower "turn" speeds and long loads for levels. Since it's a port, you can always check out the actual games on PC.

There's a few sequels if you can't get enough.

Lamecraft Sandbox It's a free Minecraft clone on your PSP. OpenTyrianPSPShoot 'em up Everyone's favorite vertical shooter. If you don't know what this is you better try it now! Upgradable weapons, fully customizable ships, great level design and THE MUSIC! Originally made by the guys who made Jazz Jackrabbit and Unreal Tournament Open Transportation Tycoon Tycoon sim Port of OpenTTD. Suffers from an entirely unfit for the tiny PSP screen size GUI, but it's not like you have many options for Tycoon games on the PSP. RCT2 when? ScummVMAdventure Plays almost every 2D adventure game. ToME Roguelike Port of ToME on the PSP. Controls are rather slow, but the whole game is here. In addition, Angband, Nethack, and Powder are all ported as well so get your roguelike on. If you're new to roguelikes, powder is highly recommended as a starting game but it's no cakewalk. Wagic the Homebrew !? CCG Play Magic the Gathering on your PSP! For a homebrew effort it's pretty impressive, as there's rules enforcement and an AI, as well as thousands of cards. The controls are fast and intuitive, allowing players already familiar with Magic to pick it up in a few seconds.

Due to legal reasons, the game doesn't come with card images out of the box, but you can add them in yourself. Unfortunately, you may have to download card images one set at a time (slightly over a hundred files in total) and manually place them in the corresponding folders, since combined downloads may be hard to find, usually either leading to a dead link or in sone cases a malware infected site. Images also cause the in-game shop to lag horribly as you start you unlock more sets, but thankfully you can toggle images on / off from the options menu.

The game advertises support for custom campaigns but few have ever been released, and even those that have are buggy (frequent crashes, decks not shuffled, etc.) or won't function at all. Fortunately the main game offers tons of decks to face against and you can even play against your own creations.