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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