Homebrew compatible emulator

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Jan 6, 2011

Homebrew compatible emulator by Mazor at 9:37 AM (499 Views / 0 Likes) 4 replies

  1. Mazor
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    Member Mazor Z80 master arch

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    I've been trying to run PSP homebrew in a few emulators without any success.

    Before I proceed in trying to get these to work, I figured I would ask here if anyone knows of any emulator capable of running at least some homebrew.

    So does anyone know any such emulator and are there any necessary steps to get they/it to work?

    EDIT: i am 12 and what is making title a question.
     
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    Buy a PSP...there are no decent PC emulators for the PSP.
     
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    Except I already have a PSP and would still want to know of an emulator capable of running some homebrew.

    JPCSP seems to actually work rather decently after some minor tweaking but since it requires JRE it doesn't really fit what I need (although anything is much better than nothing).
     
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    JPCSP is so limited it's almost painful to use. What do you actually need it for?
     
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    Distributing it to users of a certain project as a means of testing homebrew (as in not necessarily playing homebrew normally).

    For the few titles I've tried so far it has worked more than well enough, if it weren't for the huge disadvantage of it being written in Java it would be great for what I need. Although, like I said, this is still much better than nothing.
     

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