Heres another new Lua release that requires the Lua Player to be installed and adds to the massive amount of Lua Applications for the PSP, heres the info:
it's only very basic at the moment. i will add to the background which buttons play which note but i cannot be bothered at the moment. it is made in lua, but i have put it into an eboot just to stop you from having to load up lua. of course, you can put it in lua if you wish. in time i will hope to add some kind of recording element to it. the buttons are the directions and the shapes. it's not really useful at the moment, as you will soon find out after about a minute of playing. but i just thought if you had a tune in your head, and you needed to know what notes they are, you would be able to get it up on the psp!
when press a button, a note is played.
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