// -- INTRO: -- //
The cool thing about the newer firmware is the ability to play flash games, but the sucky part is trying to keep them organized and easily accessible without having to bookmark every single one. Well, here is my personal solution to the problem.
// -- WHAT IT IS: -- //
This is a portal system that displays a menu with several flash games for you to choose from. Each game is represented by a thumbnail and you can cycle left and right through the games with the mouse. To start up a game, you simply click it. Now you don't have to type in the file name or bookmark each game individually. You can access them right from this spiffy menu, and just hit the L or back button when you're done playing and you'll return back to the menu where you can jump right into another game. Pretty easy, huh? And the games are stored on the memory stick, so you don't need to be connected to the internet.
I've included 11 games to get things rolling:
(All credit for the games goes to the game makers, I only built the menu)
I designed this for myself and didn't really intend to release it, but I decided someone else might benefit from this as much as I have. It's a huge time saver and very convenient (and it looks pretty decent as well, but I didn't go overboard on the graphical aspects in order to keep the filesize to a minimum).
Note: The menu only works for the games that are included with this package. Expect to see future releases of this menu with more games. In the meantime you can still play other games, but you'll need to access them through bookmarks or by typing them in.
// -- HOW TO INSTALL: -- //
First, unzip the file, then just connect your PSP to your PC with your USB cable and put your PSP into USB mode. Then simply take the contents of the folder in this package (there should be 12 files) and copy them to the main root of your PSP (don't put them in any other folders or this won't work; see the included screenshot of the file structure to see what your's should look like). Next, go to your PSP and open the Web Browser and enter this address:
If you've done everything correctly, then you should see the menu with the first game showing. Now you can either bookmark this menu or set it as your homepage, and you'll no londer need to type in anything to play these games
To navigate the menu, use your mouse to click the game icon, or click the arrows to scroll through the games.