PPSSPP, the PSP emulator that everyone is talking about nowadays, has released a new version, 1.1.1, with some bug fixes!
What is PPSSPP?
Well, PPSSPP is a very popular PSP emulator, that runs in a plethora of systems, such as Windows, Mac OS X, Linux, Android, iOS and much more! Able to emulate commercial games, and with a much better quality in most games than the original hardware, it’s one of the best PSP emulators out there.
So, what has changed?
OS: You want to run at least Android 7 or Windows 7, if possible. Older still works. Recent Linux or Mac OS X otherwise. Performance on iOS is worse. For most tablets, it will come down to: Ghz: more is better; OS: Android 7 or higher; Most other specs will be okay for most devices.
If I try to build version 1.0 under OSX 10.7 I receive the following error: Linking CXX executable PPSSPPSDL.app/Contents/MacOS/PPSSPPSDL Undefined symbols for. We both have the latest version. However, for some reason, we cannot get his ppsspp to play multiplayer. Whenever he enters networking mode, it crashes right after he presses ok at the ad-hoc screen (he gets a black screen, and it eventually just crashes). He is on mac OSX. Everything seems to work perfectly fine on my end (im on windows 7). PPSSPP for Android. Download the latest version of this PSP emulator on Google Play, or simply download and install the.apk files from here (surf to this page and touch this button on your device, make sure that you have enabled non-Play-Store installs). Install SDL2 via Homebrew. Download Xcode from the Mac App Store. Open Xcode, and let it download the required prerequisites. Quit Xcode and open the Terminal app. Paste this into a Terminal window: ruby -e '$ (curl -fsSL Follow the.
Well, according to the PPSSPP official website, the new version has:
- Fixed new crash in Persona and other games on ARM64, like Galaxy S6
- Fixed crashes when trying to launch web browser when not present on Android, like on Android TV
- Fix crash in games that used “depal” functionality (OpenGL)
- Fixed rounding mode problems in the JITs
- Fix crash when loading savestates many times, and savestate compatibility on Android-x86
- Fix minor glitch in Ridge Racer
While this might seem like a very minor update, it’s always good to see the team behind the emulator working on it!
Where can I get games?
According to the official FAQ
You need to convert your PSP games into ISO files or CSO files. To legally turn your own PSP games into .ISO files, you need to install “Custom Firmware” on your PSP. Google for that. Then follow these steps:
- Insert the UMD into your PSP.
- Connect your PSP to your PC with a USB cable.
- At the PSP menu, press Select. In the menu that pops up (only on Custom Firmware), choose to UMD as USB Device.
- Still in the PSP menu, choose USB Connection in the Settings menu (to the left).
- On your PC, a folder will pop up, containing a virtual ISO file. To copy the game to your PC, simply drag this to somewhere on your harddrive and the copy will start. Done!
Download PPSSPP 1.1.1
You can download PPSSPP for Windows, Mac OS X, Linux, Android, iOS, and much, much others in their official page here.
Also, don’t forget that while the application is free, the team behind it is always happy to receive a donation. You can do this by buying PPSSPP Gold here.
Open source PSP emulator that helps you install games from local archives or via the Homebrew store, and allows you to play them in windowed or full screen mode
PPSSPP is a PSP emulator for macOS that offers you the possibility to quickly install and play games developed for the Sony Playstation Portable. PPSSPP allows you to install games from local archives, but can also download games from the Homebrew store.
PSP port that requires SDL to work
To be able to run the PPSSPP application, you must make sure that your have the SDL framework already installed on your Mac. The easiest way to install SDL is to go through the Homebrew package installer.
First of all, you must install Homebrew on your Mac by running the following command in the Terminal application:ruby -e '$(curl -fsSL https://raw.githubusercontent.com/Homebrew/install/master/install)'
For the command to work, you must have the Command line tools for Xcode already deployed. If they are missing, you will be prompted to confirm the installation, and the macOS installer will automatically deal both with the download and the deployment.
The final step is to run the “brew install sdl2” command in the Terminal. After the installation completes, you will have everything set to run the PPSSPP application.
Manage, download, install, and play PSP games on your Mac
Via the PPSSPP user interface, you can either browse your drive and install PSP games from locally stored archives, or go to the Homebrew Store and get PSP games from there.
PPSSPP allows you to start any game in the collection, and you can control them using your keyboard. Note that via the PPSSPP Settings menu you get to quickly personalize the controls mapping.
The same area allows you to customize details related to the graphics and audio settings, to manage saved sessions, to see the system information, and so on.
To conclude, PPSSPP offers you the possibility to run PSP games on your Mac and also integrates tools for managing your games library.
Filed underPPSSPP was reviewed by Sergiu Gatlan
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