Android Playstation Emulator Released!
One of the nice things about having one of the current gen Android handsets is the ability to run different video game emulators. I have really enjoyed playing old school Zelda and Metroid along with some SNES goodness on my T-Mo Vibrant.
Now it seems that some enterprising soul has decided to compile and release a Playstation One emulator for higher end Android handsets! Available now in the Android Market for $5.99, PSX4Droid allows you to play many of the titles that you spent hours on and loved when you were younger. Here is a list of features for the app, notice that it allows you to use a wii-mote to play:
- Uses formats BIN,ISO,IMG,PBP,Z,ZNX, and Eboot (compressed too)
- WiiMote controller works
- Trackball and D-Pad
- Memory card & save states.
- Virtual control overlays
- Scaling modes
We have not tested this app as of yet, but rest assured we will be soon and will have a review up on how it performs. Again, you really need to have a higher end Android device to run this app, a G1 probably will not have the horse power to make it happen. Also, word is the dev of this app will be working on a N64 Emu soon as well.
Use the barcode below to scan and download with your device!
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