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Kitten Cannon - Cash Tournament PSP

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Kitten Cannon - Ca$h Tournament
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General
Authorsg57
Last Updated2009/07/23
TypeOther Games
Version1.0
LicenseMixed
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Kitten Cannon - Ca$h Tournament is a PSP port of the flash game Kitty Cannon originally made by Dan Fleming, where you fly cats and compete for distance.

This is an updated release of the homebrew game Kitten Cannon, also made by SG57, with the addition of Cash Tourament system involving real money (player pays a set amount to enter tourament and participants with the highest scores of the game will win the prize money).

Installation

Copy the Kitten Cannon folder to ms0:/PSP/GAME/.

User guide

Gameplay is the same as Kitten Cannon.

According to the developer (at the time of release), player can enter into a cash tournament by paying a set amount via credit card, paypal or completing free offers then play and aim to become rank #1 on the leaderboards. Top 30% of all participants will also win the prize money.

Another new feature is MP3 Playback, it recursively scans the in /MUSIC/ and /PSP/MUSIC/ folders. Included is a Default.mp3.

Controls

D-Pad - Move the barrel up or down

Cross - Launch the cat from the cannon

Triangle - Take screenshots

Start - Pause the game

Select (while game is paused) - Return to main menu

R/L (while game is paused) - Listen to your MP3 music

Screenshots

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Media

Kitten Cannon- Ca Tournament (Juanito Molotovi Valtierra)

Changelog

Ca$h Tournament

  • Added a new Ca$h Tournament system where you can win real money just by scoring high.
  • Added custom MP3 Playback, recursively scans the /MUSIC and /PSP/MUSIC folders. Included is a Default.mp3.
  • Switched to intraFont making text fonts much better.
  • Upgraded to the SVN version of OSlibmod.
  • Small tweaks regarding collision and physics.
  • Uses Sony utilities for a smooth and seamless interface.
  • Rotation of cannon barrel no longer resets after each launch.
  • A lot of small tweaks and fixes hadn't caught all those years ago.

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