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PSP - homebrew emulators 2 - Henrik - 04-15-2013 12:35 PM

sfageas accidentally deleted the old emulator thread, if someone has a cache or posted interesting stuff, please repost Smile

Here's the text contents of the first post from the old thread by bubblegumballoon, found in the google cache.

Please help restore the screenshots and download links etc.

[Image: ppssppemulators2.jpg]
This Thread Belongs to BubblegumBalloon

Tested on Windows 7 & Android using the latest commit on: 28/03/2013

Thanks to sfageas for testing and giving feedback on a lot of the emulators posted below!


Spreadsheet with Emulators by BubblegumBalloon
https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/ccc?key=0Alpc5CBIDreZdHpqV0xpeTlUc0N1TnJxRTA3aHdMR2c#gid=0

Note: Enabling "Display Raw Frame Buffer" fixes menu flickering menu issues. Turn it off after launching a rom or the game will black screen
Also disable fast mem in PPSSPP, it doesnt play nice with the emulators.

Note 2 : Place all Emulators in memstick/PSP/GAME Directory

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GpSP (0.9) - GBA
Plays games at 60fps with full working audio, some menu flickering but gameplay is flawless.
enable screen stretching in gpsp's options to get gameplay to fill the entire PPSSPP window

[Image: mbhl1m.png]

Download
** No Bios Included **


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Picodrive - SEGA Megadrive/CD
Very glitchy menus but once a game is booted it is fine (runs games at 60fps on a 2009 iMac and Xperia Play phone)
[Image: hoyldn1.png]




Download
** No Roms Included **

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Homers Rin (GeMP) - GBC
Plays games at 60fps with full working audio. "Display Raw frame buffer" MUST be enabled for this emulator to work.Works on phones
[Image: dmnwjl3.png]

Download
**No Roms Included**

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Masterboy 2.10 - Mastersystem - Game Gear & GBC Emulators
Plays games at 60fps, has static distortion in the menus.
[Image: master3m.jpg]

Download
**No Roms Included**

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RacePSP - Neo Geo Pocket
Plays games at 60fps, has flickering in the menus.
[Image: race1a.jpg]

Download
** No Roms Included **

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NesterJ - NES
Plays games at 60fps, Audio works (sound terrible though), extreme flickering.
[Image: nesterj.jpg]

Dowload
** No Roms Included **

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PSPKVM - Java
Plays games at 60fps, no reported issues.
[Image: java3g.jpg]

Download
** No Games Included **

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Fuse - ZX Spectrum
Plays games at 60fps, audio works but its very buggy.
[Image: fuse1.jpg]

Download
** No Games Included **

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PSPHugo - PC engine
Plays games at 60fps, no reported issues.
Note : I tried all hugo versions and i couldn't make them work on android.The latest versions needs raw framebuffer and the older ones freezing emulator on main menu

[Image: pceng1.jpg]

Download
** No Roms Included **

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Handy PSP - Atari Lynx
buggy sound on menu but when you load a game it goes away(it comes back when open the menu and maybe
the buggy sound will follow when return)if it happens then run the game again,it should go away.
You can turn music off with V in-game and go to menu with LR(QW) pressed
*You have to provide the atari lynx boot img named LYNXBOOT.img and drop it to handyPSP main directory

[Image: atarilynx.jpg]

Download
** No Roms Included **

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PLynx 0.9 - Atari Lynx
a bit better than handyPSP no buggy sound on menu.Need buffered rendering switch between game and menu
[Image: atarilynx3.jpg]

Download
** No Roms Included **

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VicePSP 2.2.15 - Commodore 64
here's an audio bug in emulator and i think the true drive emulation > off option doesn't actually work
[Image: vice3.jpg]

Download
** No Games Included **

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NeoGeo CDZ - Neo Geo CD
framebuffer issues again mostly on select game menu,do the buffered rendering+raw framebuffer trick.
I also used stretch to display and i disabled raw framebuffer after game boot.Fast memory disabled on start
Tested with 3 Count Bout.Almost full speed(depends with effects) some slowdowns to 45fps but fully playable!Works on phones but is a bit slow(10-15 vps ingame)
Note : You have to provide the neocd.bin (Bios) and drop it to the neogeo cd main directory

[Image: neogeocd4x.jpg]

Download
** No Bios & Roms Included **

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PSPUAE v0.62 Christmas Edition - Amiga 500
Amiga 500 emulator with PSPUAE v0.62 Christmas Edition this version was the only one that worked but not without problems
,framebuffer issues like you must change constantly between buffered rendering and raw framebuffer to get a picture.in game micro stuttering but with full speed
Notes : Press V when kickstart appears for emulator menu it will display a xmas pic,enable framebuffer to see the menu
Note2 : You must have a kickstart rom named kick13 into KICKS folder

[Image: amiga1.jpg]
--I have converted an older version of PSPUAE 0.4 it's more playable and works on phones!--

Download
** No Games or Kickstart(bios) Included **
Note : With this version you must rename the kickstart rom to Kick.ROM and place it in PSPUAE Folder.You must extract both Folders into memstick/PSP/GAME

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DaedalusX64-r707 - N64
This older version of Daedalus allows the firmware check to be skipped so we
can load into the menu and boot roms, however it is a lot slower than the latest revision and
"Dynamic Recompilation" must be disabled within the emulator or PPSSPP will crash.
Super Mario 64 runs at about 30fps with many graphical errors

[Image: daedalus1.jpg]

Download: click here [too big to attach to post]

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PSPCAP32 v1.5.1 - amstrad cpc emu
Notes : Disable buffered rendering
[Image: amstrad1.jpg]

Download
** No Games Included **

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CaSTaway Atari ST Emulator
You must have the Atari ST bios named TOS.ROM into the CaSTaway directory
[Image: atarist5.jpg]

Download
** No Roms or Bios Included **

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Not-Playable
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DaedalusX64-r790 - N64
Boots up but gives an error saying the PSP firmware is too old.
Mario 64 runs at 60fps on the original PSP using
this revision so if we get this to works we can get some playable
n64 games running on PPSSPP.


Download: click here [too big too attach to post]

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Snes9x Euphoria R5 - SNES
Gets into the menu but black screens when running a game. Extreme flickering.
Audio seems to work in the menus (click sound when moving selection)


Download: click here [too big to attach to post]




RE: PSP - homebrew emulators 2 - sfageas - 04-15-2013 12:40 PM

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eSwan Wonderswan emulator
You must enable Display Raw Framebuffer to work.Works on phones!
[Image: wonder2j.jpg]

Download
** No Roms Included **

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Mac OS Emulator with Basilisk II
You must have the MAC.ROM into Basilisk directory
[Image: mac2b.jpg]

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Mame Emulator with Mame4all
Not all games are playable and you must have the 0.32 Romset.Emulator was tricky to make it work
[Image: mame4all6.jpg]

Download
** No Roms Included **

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Atari Jaguar Emulator
Emulator runs very slow,it was an early beta and developer stopped the project
Note : You must have the atari jaguar BIOS(jagboot.rom) and any game into the emulator directory.Games must be renamed to cf.jag.You can have one game at a time

[Image: jaguar2e.jpg]

Download
** No Bios or Roms Included **

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Atari 800 5200 Emulator
You must disable Buffered rendering on menu and enable it when game is loaded
[Image: atari8007.jpg]

Download
** No Games or Bios Included **

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Dosbox PSP Emulator
Put Dosbox folder into memstick/PSP/GAME directory,games must be into Games directory into main dosbox folder
You can change mouse and joystick inputs in game by pressing LTRIGGER+RTRIGGER+V(Select)+Down key combo

[Image: dosbox2.jpg]

Download
** No Games Included **

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Another one Genesis(Megadrive) Emulator with PSPAdrive
Runs Full speed but with no audio and screen cant stretched
[Image: pspadrive.jpg]

Download
** No Roms Included **

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Daedalusx64 Beta 3
This version is the most recent that can bypass firmware check,has some problems but some games are playable
Note : Once you selected your game & before load it you must go to Edit Preferences and disable Dynamic Recompilation and Dynamic stack optimisation(spell error)If the game have flickering issues try to experiment with texture update check & frameskip options

[Image: daedalusbeta3.jpg]

Download
** No Roms Included **

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Intellivision Emulator with PSPInt
Disable buffered rendering on main menu,place your roms into Roms directory,load your rom and press RTRIGGER(Reset option) to boot the game
[Image: intellivision2.jpg]

Download
** No Roms Inlcluded **

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Vectrex Emulator with PSP-VE
Disable buffered rendering for the menu display and enable it again after you load your rom.Theres a text file for controls
[Image: vectrex1.jpg]

Download
** No Roms Included **

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MSX Emulator with fMSX PSP
Runs Great
[Image: msx.jpg]

Download
** No Roms Included **

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NDSONPSP - DS
Boots games but they run extremely bad
[Image: dsun3.jpg]

Download
** No Roms Included **

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PSX-P (alpha 2) - PS1
Boots games but they run very slowly and some discolouration. To use this with PPSSPPP use the provided download
link below. Thanks to sfageas for converting the eboot to work with PPSSPP.

[Image: ps1emu.jpg]

Download
** No Games or Bios Included **

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SNES Emulator with snes9xTYL 0.4.2
You must enable display raw framebuffer on boot and disable it after you choose your rom,so it's unplayable on phones.Some graphical glitches
[Image: snes1.jpg]

Download
** No Roms Included **

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Neo-Geo Emulator with NgePSP 0.2
You must enable display raw framebuffer on boot and disable it after the rom is loaded(You will understand when it's loaded by the music playing in background).To play your roms you will need to do two things
1) You must have the neo-geo BIOS(neogeo.zip) into the Roms directory
2) Copy the game into converter directory and drag & drop it into romcnv.exe This will create a cache file into cache folder,take the zipped folder from the cache folder and drop it into ngepsp cache folder
That's it,you can load the emulator do the things above and play
Works on phones with the same method as Windows
Notes : Some minor graphical glitches,runs full speed with music and sounds

[Image: neogeo.jpg]

Download
** No Roms or BIOS Included **

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SNES9X Emulator(Glitch Free)
Fully working and glitch free snes emulator.Works perfect on phones!Drop the Snes9x folder into memstick/PSP/Game as always
[Image: snes9x.jpg]

Download
** No Roms Included **

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Capcom CPS1 Emulator
Need to enable raw framebuffer on boot and disable it after you choose your rom(game).Full speed with audio - Minor graphic glitches
Works on Phones with the same method as Windows(30-45 vps)
I think i saw another version with adhoc,this one is beta 3 version

[Image: cps1.jpg]

Download
** No Roms Included **

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Capcom CPS2 Emulator
Need to enable raw framebuffer on boot and disable it after you choose your rom(game).Full speed with audio - Minor graphic glitches
Works on phones with the same method as Windows(30-45 vps)
Note : You must convert your rom(game) with romconv_cps2.exe(its in romconv folder)just drop the zipper rom into romconv_cps2.exe let it create cache,copy the created cached file from cache folder and drop it into cps2psp/cache directory,your rom should be into Rom folder also

[Image: cps2l.jpg]

Download
** No Roms Included **

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DGEN 1.70 Genesis emulator
Need Buffered rendering + Raw framebuffer enabled.Emulator recognize .smd or zipped Roms
[Image: dgenx.jpg]

Download
** No Roms Included **



RE: PSP - homebrew emulators 2 - VIRGIN KLM - 04-15-2013 12:53 PM

I guess you are a legit "sfageas" then! (Greek joke)
http://webcache.googleusercontent.com/search?q=cache:K0TXq-lLo-EJ:forums.ppsspp.org/showthread.php%3Ftid%3D1613+&cd=3&hl=el&ct=clnk&gl=gr
You can revive the images and some posts from that too.


RE: PSP - homebrew emulators 2 - Henrik - 04-15-2013 02:43 PM

Nice job restoring the first post! Just needs some download links for the emus, then this thread can continue like nothing happened Smile


RE: PSP - homebrew emulators 2 - sfageas - 04-15-2013 03:07 PM

ill add all of them and many more i have all day Smile


RE: PSP - homebrew emulators 2 - brujo55 - 04-15-2013 03:59 PM

GpSP (0.9) - GBA

on android is very slow 7 vps


RE: PSP - homebrew emulators 2 - sfageas - 04-15-2013 04:29 PM

just tried Pokemon Emerald and is full speed but has some strange slowdowns for a second.What's your settings?And the stretch to display doesn't work


RE: PSP - homebrew emulators 2 - BubblegumBalloon - 04-15-2013 04:31 PM

Dont worry its fine as long as the original post is preserved. Smile

Thinking about it there must be a better way to format this information. Maybe a wiki or a google docs perhaps? Some way we can all collaborate on the information rather than having one person edit the OP.

the ideal solution would be to embed an iframe of the google docs page into the OP. I know thats not possible though. Tongue


RE: PSP - homebrew emulators 2 - sfageas - 04-15-2013 04:33 PM

Damn me again this thread belongs to you my hair dropped when i saw the thread vanished out of thin air Sad


RE: PSP - homebrew emulators 2 - BubblegumBalloon - 04-15-2013 04:38 PM

Its fine its easy to fix! The most time consuming part was seeing what emulators did and didn't work and we still have all that information. Smile

I set up a public google docs here: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/ccc?key=0Alpc5CBIDreZdHpqV0xpeTlUc0N1TnJxRTA3aHdMR2c#gid=0

It should be easier to maintain, also anybody has access but I trust nobody will wreck it. Wink

Its easy to revert to a previous version anyway. I still need to figure out the format before adding information.

Added all the information! I also made it so anybody can edit this document. It may seem like that can be abused easily but google makes it super easy to undo abuse.

Heres to link to anybody who wants to add emulators/change the notes https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/ccc?key=0Alpc5CBIDreZdHpqV0xpeTlUc0N1TnJxRTA3aHdMR2c&usp=sharing


RE: PSP - homebrew emulators 2 - sfageas - 04-15-2013 05:21 PM

awesome job bubble!get ready to add some more im running out of room


RE: PSP - homebrew emulators 2 - BubblegumBalloon - 04-15-2013 05:28 PM

I wish we could embed the spreadsheet as an iframe in the OP, it would make things so much easier. Tongue


RE: PSP - homebrew emulators 2 - sfageas - 04-15-2013 05:50 PM

added link at least,better now?


RE: PSP - homebrew emulators 2 - BubblegumBalloon - 04-15-2013 05:50 PM

Sorry sfageas but it doesn't look like dl.qj.net is accessible from within in the UK. I used to be able to visit it but within the past few months it times out whenever I try to visit it. It happens on multiple computers/internet connections. Not really sure why its happening.


RE: PSP - homebrew emulators 2 - sfageas - 04-15-2013 05:51 PM

oh damn i will upload them into mediafire then Sad didn't knew it.ah i think i know whats going on ill fix it.Neither i can access them but i tried before and they worked damn