If you are someone that likes test your own intelligence with puzzle games now and again then we have a great new homebrew game for you today that will certainly stop you feeling so smug about being world Sudoku champion.
SensitivePSP is a puzzle-style homebrew game and beliebve it or not is the developer, Jamie Fuller's first release!
Those who haven't checked out Jamie Fuller's SensitivePSP are probably dozing off when great homebrew games get announced in the QJ forums. Anyway, Jamie just announced an update for SensitivePSP and it's called SensitivePSP v1 fix.
A couple of reported bugs and another one which he found got fixed. These are:
1) Crashing after dying lots
2) Diagonals causing corruptions
3) Blocks remaining display
Great job Jamie did on this one, as lots of players who have gotten themselves involved deeply in the higher levels of the game may find relief from not experiencing these bugs anymore. To install, unrar SensitivePSPV1.rar inside the zip. You will find 2 folders called sensepsp and sensepsp%. Drag and Drop these 2 folders to the GAME folder of your MS (normally ms0:PSPGAME).
SensitivePSP is the result of Jamie's first trials with the PSP. With graphics designed using Photoshop, the game is based on the original C64 version, Sensitive. The level data is taken straight from the original with just a few levels being modified. All the 60 brain-racking levels in this game are achievable and if you find yourself stuck on Level 10 like most people do, Jamie adds a little note at the bottom of his site's page where you can find the solution.