To quote: In Neo Trail you control a ship that is constantly moving forward. Once you pass over a square on the grid it will begin to raise up. If you get pushed up onto the top of a fully raised block then the game will reset.
The high score is displayed but not saved.
I’m not sure if it’s similar enough to be considered a clone (although that is what it was originally going to be) but it’s obviously inspired by that movie. You know the one.
Later I might add split screen multiplayer and/or an NPC to play against.
Analog sticks = Turn
Finally, in related news NextGenDev (via nextgenupdate.com/forums/playstation-3-exploits-hacks/360397-preview.html) has shared a preview of his Neo Racer 2.0 Edited version for PS3 3.55 CFW. To quote:
This is my official PREVIEW of Neo Race 2.0 edited version. Only the beta in video i did not show the...
To quote: This is a port/update of That Other Pong which is a simple one or two player pong clone. There are graphical differences between this and it’s previous release (on Wii) but the gameplay is unchanged.
To quote: By popular demand: I now present to you the shocking third installment in the episodic trilogy known as Adventures of the Jarred Mind! The banana ball is you! The chocolate rabbit is your friend! The zorbing zebra is your enemy!
So, yeah... I'm not really sure what else to say about this. It's a gameish thing that runs on PS3. I'm curious of what people think of it. I expect that most people won't like it.
For the haters though I'll probably be making and posting something else that's simple but more of an actual game and less lolwut some time soon.
75w ago - Today PlayStation 3 developer ThatOtherDev has released several updated builds and source code for his recent PS3 homebrew games followed by another My PS3 Projects - Feb 17, 2012 update for those interested.
To quote from his page: Here are freshly compiled copies of everything I’ve ever released for PS3 since I began using PSL1GHT (with the exclusion of Avoidance which I’m just going to pretend I never ported).
Many of them have been updated but mostly in fairly trivial ways. The player turns to face the direction they are moving in Gambol, one of the levels in Swingball 2 has been remade, Goodbye World has been largely rewritten but should look and play the same as before, The Unmapped Forest has an added title screen, etc.