To quote: I've ported (and totally re written) Super Pixel Jumper to PS3! It's a ridiculously old game of mine that I actually made originally for GP2X and then ported to Wii.
It's a score based platformer with constant forward motion. It starts out slow but the speed of the game will increase (as will your score) as long as you avoid contact with the brighter colored blocks. Your high score is automatically saved.
Use the left and right directional buttons to move and the X button to jump.
33w ago - Following up on his previous revision, today PlayStation 3 homebrew game developer ThatOtherDev has released a PS3 port of Dance Clone v0.6 alongside Avoidance v1.3 for PS3 CFW 4.XX users below.
To quote from his blog: Here is the first look at the inexplicably popular on Wii but extremely buggy and consequently abandoned and now remade Dance Clone. It isn't much of a game yet.
But I'm a lot more excited about working on it now that I have a fresh start and I'm going to be releasing it for both Wii and PS3 (starting here with PS3). So you can expect updates in the future. I'll try to even get more done before this months psx-scene deadline.
It controls with the directional buttons. If anyone has a PS3 dance mat (the one that came with Dance Dance Revolution for PS3, a third party mat or even a PS2 dance mat with a converter) then I would greatly appreciate it if you would test it out.
To quote from his blog: Hero City 2 is an open world superhero game. You run and jump around punching monsters and robots and collecting things and in the process of doing so you upgrade your abilities and unlock new tasks. It’s a massive step up from the first Hero City.
There are some differences between this and the original Wii version. Most of which I hope to correct in future updates. But overall it’s a pretty decent port. It runs at 60 frames per second in HD and looks exactly as it should.
I think it’s probably the best homebrew game on PS3 (though that’s obviously subjective and I’m definitely biased). It’s certainly the one I’m most proud of. So I hope you like it. Feedback is always appreciated.
To quote: This update adds a track editor, a title/menu screen, accurate collision detection with the environment and the option to reset the best time (since you may be racing on custom tracks that are longer than the one you set the record with).
In the editor you use the directional pad to move around and press the...