Category: Playstation Portable
Future Player (BNZ 18) (PSP Application)

Future Player is a lightweight player for your PSP. It plays smod/fc, ym (lz5), xm, mod and it.


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DSONPSP (Beta 3) (NDS emu for PSP)

Yoshihiro has released a new beta of his Nintendo DS emulator that runs on the Sony PSP. Don’t hold your breath, it runs at about 15FPS (up from 7FPS from the last version). Anyway, if you’re interested in seeing your Nintendo DS game collection run on the PSP why not give it a shot?

Thanks to brakken for the news text and illustration picture! Source: &

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PSP Mario (Test 1) (PSP Lua Game)

PSP Mario is a clone of Super Mario Bros. for the PSP using the Phoenix Game Engine, written in Lua.

To see videos of the project visit:

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OneManga PSP Client v0.2 (PSP Application)

ChaoticXSinZ updated his manga comic reading client.

This update is a bit older but has obviously slipped under the PDRoms news rader.

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YourPlayer (Demo) (PSP Application)

YourPlayer is a 2nd version of UminPlayer. It has a changeable skin, supports lyrics, supports 17 different audio formats and also has an equalizer and sleep mode.

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Gods Defense v0.1 (PSP Game)

Gods Defense is an early game. The Google-Code page is not very informative about this, but it seems to be a game based upon the Amiga classic “Gods”.

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DaedalusX64 (Revision 429) (N64 emu for PSP)

DaedalusX64 is the continuation of the original Daedalus PSP port by StrmnNrmn and other contributors. It is a GPL Open Source project.


[+] Add a low battery warning, can be enabled on global settings (thanks Chilly Willy and Grazz for helping)
[!] Add correct savetype to Fighter’s Destiny 2 (it boots now)
[+] 13 games more will use DoubleDisplay (Thanks KingPepper for reporting them)
[!] L3DEX will call F3DEX for the moment…
[~] Fixed the ground on Fighting Force 64

Thanks to for the news.

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PSPColem v1.3.1 (Coleco Vision emu for PSP)

Here is another update of PSPColem, the Coleco Vision emulator for PSP.

For those who haven’t seen previous versions, ColEm is one of the best emulator of the ColecoVision videogame system written by Marat Fayzullin. It’s running on FreeBSD, HP-UX, SunOS, Solaris, Linux, and other Unix systems. PSPColem is a port to PSP of Colem (Unix version 1.0).

Release notes:

This version supports IRDA-Joystick box designed by my good friend Buzz
( see for details).
If you have any electronic skills you may design your own for less than 20$ ! The Schematic and the PIC source code is provided in contrib folder of zip archive.

For those who have never heard about IRDA joystick project, the goal was to connect your old DB9 joystick (compatible with Atari , Amiga, Amstrad etc …) or a paddle device to your PSP FAT. Buzz has written the driver and designed the PCB and programmed the PIC micro-controller, while i was in charge of emulator enhancements.

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PSPMSX v1.5.1 (MSX emu for PSP)

PSPMSX is a MSX series emulator for PSP based upon fMSX. fMSX is a famous emulator of the MSX, MSX2, and MSX2+ 8bit home computers. It runs MSX/MSX2/MSX2+ software.


– IRDA Joystick box support
– Add “IRDA joystick” device support for both DB9 Joystick and Atari Paddle
– Add menu for IRDA joystick settings and keys mapping
– Add option to choose between IRDA devices (keyboard such as Targus or joystick using Buzz device)

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Chicken Invaders v1.2 (PSP Game)

Chicken Invaders has always been popular for its humour and addictiveness, and now it is on your PSP.


SOUNDS!!!!! due to the huge response from 1.1
level display (the “level 1 wake up!” thing)
better points system
improved graphics
reduced lag by taking out a fifth of the explosion particles
reduced lag by decreasing firing rate
increased present drop rate
boss chicken moves everywhere, not just side to side
level 4 changed because the chickens heads went out of the screen
fixed the rocks dropping drumsticks LOL!
increased hyperspace speed
added version number text on title screen

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