PSPInt v1.0.8

IntIt is very clear that a lot of us missed zx-81 during his long hiatus. He’s one of the most devoted developers in our ever growing PSP homebrew scene, consistently dishing out updates on his oh-so-many projects. Going back, zx-81 is getting more active again and we all celebrated his return a few days ago with the release of PSPInt v1.0.7.
 
Although the said version already boasted of a good number of improvements, there was a minor bug that pertains to saving settings. Being well versed in the craft, zx-81 fixed the glitch right away and updated the emulator to v1.0.8. Some of you may think that a settings bug is quite too minor but we’re telling you, it could prove to be cumbersome in the long run. So the update is indeed necessary. Props to zx for providing us with an really quick fix to that one.

Finally, we heard that zx-81 is currently working on an old computer emulator that saw dominance in France. Hmm, interesting ‘ey? We are all eager to see how that project will pan out.

Download: [PSPInt v1.0.8]

Via zx-81’s forum

IntIt is very clear that a lot of us missed zx-81 during his long hiatus. He’s one of the most devoted developers in our ever growing PSP homebrew scene, consistently dishing out updates on his oh-so-many projects. Going back, zx-81 is getting more active again and we all celebrated his return a few days ago with the release of PSPInt v1.0.7.
 
Although the said version already boasted of a good number of improvements, there was a minor bug that pertains to saving settings. Being well versed in the craft, zx-81 fixed the glitch right away and updated the emulator to v1.0.8. Some of you may think that a settings bug is quite too minor but we’re telling you, it could prove to be cumbersome in the long run. So the update is indeed necessary. Props to zx for providing us with an really quick fix to that one.

Finally, we heard that zx-81 is currently working on an old computer emulator that saw dominance in France. Hmm, interesting ‘ey? We are all eager to see how that project will pan out.

Download: [PSPInt v1.0.8]

Via zx-81’s forum

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