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I haven?t posted anything PSP related on my blog for a while, so since I recently found out about this game?s update, I?ve decided to do so now. About one year ago I found an astonishing game made for the PSP named CSPSP (Counter-Strike PSP). I played it for many months straight and as the development slowed down I started to slowly stop playing the game and move away from the PSP scene.

Recently I got interested with the PSP homebrew development scene again and decided to look at some homebrew games. By accident I came across the author of CSPSP and decided to see what he?s been up to recently. I found out that he finally created an update for CSPSP which includes online play.

Here is a list of the updates:
Implemented new camera system
Added aiming guide lines
Made some small changes to recoil system (mainly for sniper rifles and shotguns)
Added character type select
Added spectator mode for single player
Added round timer in spectator mode
Made score list sorted
Changed layout of Options a bit
Added option to enable/disable friendly-fire
Added option to choose name
Implemented new Online system
***Implemented infrastructure multiplayer***
Implemented Game Lobby
Added ability to chat
Made multiplayer less buggy (hopefully)
Fixed network select (before it wouldn't work if you deleted any connections)
Limited death indicator to 3 max
Fixed the buying deagle bug
Fixed a small sound issue when firing and strafing
Fixed knife
Made sure money doesn't go down if you already have full ammo
Text on scoreboard is now the name of the map instead of "test"
Made shotgun fire straighter
Added more custom maps (including river by me)
Added more guns to ice world
Other small fixes that I can't remember right now

I highly suggest all PSP users who can play homebrew games to download this game. Also what comes with the files is a server in which you can host the game and also a map creator.

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Excuse me, but I heard that you know the BSOC source code, could you please tell me it. I want to make a bleach game, but i have no idea how to start it or how the moves and techniques are put in. I just want to be able to see the source code so that i can get a better understanding of how things work, that way i can make my own bleach game from scratch.

my email address is uchihajayjay@yahoo.com, its actually my brothers but he said i could use it.
Xuchihakyo wrote:
Excuse me, but I heard that you know the BSOC source code, could you please tell me it. I want to make a bleach game, but i have no idea how to start it or how the moves and techniques are put in. I just want to be able to see the source code so that i can get a better understanding of how things work, that way i can make my own bleach game from scratch.

my email address is uchihajayjay@yahoo.com, its actually my brothers but he said i could use it.

Here it is BSOC Source code

Good Luck with your project Calus !