Want a new classic console emulator for PSP? Check out the ultimate Amiga experience!
Amiga may be a somewhat obscure system to emulate, but that hasn't stopped FOL from improving upon his project. As the homebrew's name implies, this is the ultimate Amiga experience for PSP. It offers high game compatibility, decent performance, and a fair bit of fun. As far as changes are concerned, this update fixes button issues that occurred when playing CD32 games. It also removes a few unnecessary menu options. Read more info below!
Note: This download contains version 0.72 and 0.72b. Install 0.72 as normall, then replace the EBOOT with the 0.72b one.
PSPUAE 0.72B (4th April 2014)
This is a quick fix for CD32 buttons not working.
Also removed cpu's and fpu (useless on PSP).
This is just the EBOOT, drag and drop into pspuae folder overwriting old 0.72 EBOOT.
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PSPTI99 Homebrew developers zx-81dropped by the QJ
For those who haven't seen previous version Hu-Go is a famous emulator of NEC PC Engine console, running on many system such as Linux and Windows. (see http://www.zeograd.com/ for details)
PSPHugo is a port on PSP of one latest version of Hu-Go.
This version of PSP-Hugo supports IRDA-Joystick box designed by my good friend Buzz
( see http://buzz
PSPalm PSP homebrew coder fleyc has just released an application labeled PSPalm v
This a XMB replacement project for the PSP. Currently there are not many functions.
This is only a preview so don't expect much of it.
Currenty Only Tested on PSP Slim 4.01 M33-2
So far everything is visually customizable. Check Config.cfg and Skin.cfg in the
Skins/Default folder for more information.
The JPCSP team has updated their Java-based PlayStation Portable emulator project that lets users play some PSP games on their respective PCs. Now on revision 2146, the latest JPCSP update includes the following changes and improvements.
version 0.6 r2146:
Small improvement for output to PSP stdout/stderr: no delay required
ScummVM v1.1.0 for the PSP Now that your PS3 is well-acquainted with its resident Linux system (you've already installed it, right?), you're bound to hit gold sooner or later
A new build of the Java-based PlayStation Portable emulator is now up folks! JPCSP revision 2153 brings a whole new set of changes and improvements to the ever improving emulator.
version 0.6 r2153:
Added draft module sceP3da (no function implemented).
Revision 2251 of JPCSP, the ever-improving Java-based PlayStation Portable emulator for PC is now out folks.
Improved sceSasCore sounds: take the pause flag into account while mixing. This might improve the sound play and looping in some games.
Added draft module sceCcc
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