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    psp PSPYape: A Commodore Plus/4 Emulator for PSP v1.0.3



    Hi All,

    Here is a new version of PSPYape the Commodore Plus/4 home computer emulator !

    For those who haven't seen previous versions, Yape is the best emulator of
    Commodore microcomputer family running on Windows and Unix.
    The emulator faithfully imitates the C-264 (alias Commodore Plus/4) model.

    It has been written by Attila Grósz, see http://yape.plus4.net for details.

    What's new in version 1.0.3 :

    - New graphical functions with new smoother render modes.
    It uses the PSP GPU for rendering, it does not run faster,
    but it's a lot smoother.
    - No need to reset anymore the C-264 before loading a new program
    (the game will load and start automatically)
    - Bugs fix & Code cleaning

    How to use it ? Everything is in the README.txt file.

    Sources are included, and this package is under the GNU public license,
    read COPYING.txt file for more information about it.


    Enjoy,

    Zx.

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    here is my blog !

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    Great work again. :thumbup:

    Just wanted to add my name to the list of psp'ers that really really appreciate the work you do

    Without guys like you the PSP would be such a poorer system.

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    Great work again,

    Now I know you are teasing me. (PSPVIC20 coming soon) Pleaseeeeeee

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    i don't understood why not a VIC20 emu

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    Quote Originally Posted by parsifal968 View Post
    i don't understood why not a VIC20 emu

    don't worry, i will work on it
    here is my blog !

    Quote Originally Posted by Shadoks rule
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    Quote Originally Posted by zx-81 View Post
    don't worry, i will work on it
    Have you ever thought about the C64?

    ..But i don't want this thread to become a wishlist

    Thanks for all your work!

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    ZX-81 is the man! I am waiting for a release of PSPVICE that does not crash when running scene-demos.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jaws365 View Post
    ZX-81 is the man! I am waiting for a release of PSPVICE that does not crash when running scene-demos.
    If i port Vice emulator, it would be only to run Vic20 games.

    Christophe Kohler (author of the PSPVice version) has done a very good work, and i'm pretty sure that if the emulator crash when running a game, it should be due to incompatible stuff between the Vice source code and particularity of the MIPS architecture .

    Does it happen also with the windows version ?
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    great stuff zx

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