PSP Flash Gaming Bundle

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PSP Flash Gaming Anthology
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General
AuthorKevineCove
Last Updated2012/05/24
TypeOther Games
Version20120524
LicenseMixed
Links
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This is a Flash Games bundles organized and compiled by KevineCove for the PSP in 2012.

The list consists of over 100 games made by the Flash Game cummunity, and there is also a simple offline-viewable HTML page that allows you to quickly navigate between games.

Installation

Connect your PSP to your computer with a USB connector, enter USB mode from the System options, then copy the PFG folder into your PSP's memory card.

You should put the folder on the outermost folder of your memory card, not inside PSP or GAMES; put it on the folder they're in, right next to them.

Also make sure that the folder you paste contains the games themselves, and that you aren't putting a ZIP folder containing the PFG folder on the memory card.

User guide

How to use

PSP plays swf files in the web browser, so you need to enable the flash setting (you do not need a connection to the internet to play swf games, to do this however, you will need to make a one-time connection to agree to the terms and conditions).

Once you have enabled flash, make sure it is turned on under > Internet Tools > Settings > View Settings > Flash (change the setting to on and make sure you go to the bottom and click enter. If you press back it will not save the changes).

To play them, go to your internet browser. If your browser automatically begins searching for an access point, cancel the search and instead type in this URL:

file:/PFG/index.htm

This should bring up an HTML page showing all of the games sorted by genre. If it does, the you're done already. Just remember to bookmark the link so you can go back to it any time you want.

Note: You can change the path to load the swf file directly, note that files and folders should not contain any space.

Game list

Puzzle and Strategy Games:

  • Adapt
  • Animal
  • Blobs
  • Coderman
  • Don’t Get Your Ass Chewed On
  • Double Maze
  • Frog
  • Mastermind
  • Parking Zone
  • Pathfinder
  • Roadblocks
  • Roobix
  • Seasonal Maze
  • Simon
  • Snow
  • Sub Machine
  • Twins
  • Unlock

Action Games:

  • Battle Your Friends
  • Calamity Nemo
  • Diablo PSP
  • Fishy
  • Genesis Vine
  • Hobo Hostel
  • Lone Survivor
  • Molecule Man
  • Pokemon
  • ROLE-PLAYING GAMES
  • Riku's Christmas
  • Security
  • Stick RPG
  • Tyrian
  • X-Mas Time

Card and Board Games:

  • 15 Puzzle
  • Battleship
  • Blackjack
  • Chess
  • Connect 4
  • Hangman
  • Hex
  • Mastermind
  • Ratsuk
  • Rush Hour
  • Solitaire
  • Stratego
  • Sudoku
  • Yahtzee

Platformers:

  • Communist Pixel, The
  • Eggs
  • Moovlin
  • Moovlin 2
  • Moovlin 3
  • Moovlin 4
  • Moovlin 5
  • Moovlin 6
  • Moovlin 7
  • Platforming
  • Rather Warlike Adventure, A
  • Treasure Island Dizzy
  • Work In Progress

Skill (Precision):

  • 5000
  • Avoider
  • Bat and Mouse
  • Burn the Earth
  • Chimney Drop
  • Eskiv
  • Falldown
  • Goldminer
  • Hamburger Dodge
  • Hamburger Pits
  • Ice
  • Jelly
  • Jelly 2
  • Knife Hand
  • LocoRoco
  • Mult-I-Task
  • Raindrops
  • Rapid Tapping

Sports:

  • In the Crib
  • Table Tennis 3D
  • Risk and Reward Pong
  • PSP Kart
  • Mini Golf
  • Moon Rider
  • Bowling
  • Tricked Out Skateboarding

Arcade Games:

  • Bowling
  • In the Crib
  • Mini Golf
  • Moon Rider
  • PSP Kart
  • Risk and Reward Pong
  • Table Tennis 3D
  • Tricked Out Skateboarding

Applications:

  • Calculator
  • Calendar
  • Clock
  • Metronome
  • Periodic Table

FAQ

Q: I keep accidentally going back to the game menu during my games, help!

This is an easy fix. Instead of clicking the links to the games with X, hit the triangle button to bring up your menu, then scroll all the way to see options pertaining to the link you've rolled over.

Select "Open link in new tab" and play the game there. The shoulder buttons will not take you back to the menu anymore.

Q: Why do the games run so slow?

The PSP 1000 only has 32 MB of RAM, and the PSP 2000 and 3000 still only have 64 MB of RAM. Games that were meant to be played on a PC will probably run slower on the PSP.

However, most games made specifically for the PSP (games with no blank background on the sides) should run fine.

Q: My PSP says "The content cannot be displayed." Help!

The PFG folder is in the wrong location. Make sure to put it on the outermost folder of your memory card.

Do not put it inside PSP or GAMES; put it on the folder they're in, right next to them.

Q: Is my hardware compatible with these games?

At the time of this compilation's publication, only the PSP 1000, 2000, 3000, and PSPGo can play Flash games; the PSVita does not have Flash player available.

You also need a USB connector that is the correct size for your PSP.

Changelog

2012/05/24

  • 104 games in collection.

2012/04/12

  • 86 games in collection.

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