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Brick-bustin' homebrew TIFF game


Remember how all the cool kids were making simple games for 2.80 firmware that took advantage of the libtiff exploit? Lovingly called TIFF games, these applications were placed into PSP's PHOTO directory, and were (for many people) really easy to use. They were coming out on a near-daily basis until they just disappeared...

...until now. For PSP3D's coding competition, SG57 has created a TIFF brick-bustin' game that plays like Breakout (and all of its clones). It's not the most revolutionary thing in the world, but it's an entertaining way to waste time. Check it out at PSP3D.

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