The PSP is back, and this time it got better.
Presenting, in works for years. We present the first "proper" version of nazi zombies portable, for PSP.
Written from completely new fresh engine source and nothing but a empty text file for qc, this version is aimed to be more stable and playable, with great user interface. Instead of old clunky and buggy release.
Nazi Zombies Portable aims to recreate the Nazi Zombies experience from CoD: WaW into the Quake engine, making it playable on the Hand-Held PlayStation Portable Console (Does not require Custom Firmware ) and can be easily played on just about ANY computer out there (Even Windows 98!). For those who don't know what Nazi Zombies is about.... Nazi Zombies is a gamemode in Call of Duty: World at War.
Nazi Zombies consists of up to four people (PSP Version does not support multiplayer right now) in survival against endless hordes and waves of "Nazi Zombies". Each wave the rounds get harder and harder, and you get points for barricading walls and killing zombies. You use the points to buy guns or you can spend them on the mystery box where you get a random gun in return. We are constantly working very hard on this mod, so check us out at our forums.
Our moddb page with more info can be found from here: http://www.indiedb.com/games/nazi-zombies-portable
This reboot was mainly done so we could finally rest on the idea that we actually released the game like we wanted. This version is more of a Demo, it still does not have everything we want it to have, but it is damn near perfect of it. You can play on classic Nacht Der Untoten, and the game can be surprisingly hard on higher rounds. Protip, Thompson is going to be your friend.
Current released PSP version (1.0 Demo): http://www.indiedb.com/games/nazi-zombi ... ble-10-psp
(source: http://www.indiedb.com/games/nazi-zombi ... ource-code
Current released PC version: TBA
Right now our main focus was solely on the psp version, and we have changed the protocol between engine and qc quite alot so it wont out of the box work on other engines. I am in progress of porting it in to fitzquake. For now you can use emultor like PPSSPP (http://www.ppsspp.org/
) to try it on PC.