PSPCAP32: Amstrad CPC Emulator for PSP v1.1.5
Here is a new version of PSPCAP32 the CPC Emulator for PSP.
For those who haven't seen previous versions, Caprice32 is one of
the best emulator of the Amstrad CPC home computer series running
on Windows and Unix, written by Ulrich Doewich.
This emulator faithfully imitates the CPC464, CPC664, and CPC6128 models
(see caprice32 project)
What's new in version 1.1.5 :
- Save state files are now saved using gzip compression
(with SNZ as file extention). It's much faster to save
or load states now.
You can use gzip or 7-zip to convert old SNA to SNZ.
SNA file format is still supported for loading, so you
convert your previous saved files inside the emulator.
- A new graphical engine with new smoother render modes !
It uses now the PSP GU for rendering, it does not run faster,
but it's a lot smoother !
Old "soft" render modes are still available, because there are
a bit faster.
- Save state dates are displayed in the emulator window
(it's now easier to identify and to load the right save state slot)
- Sound is now played at 44Khz (instead of 48Khz)
- Bug fix (load default keyboard mapping on startup)
- Bug fix in Rom file requester
- Bug fix in keyboard handler
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.
You can download it here :