PSPThom v1.0.1 (final)

pspthom snap1

Just a few days ago, we told you guys about PSPThom v1.0.0, an emulator for the classic Thomson TO7-70 home computer. And as we said in our previous coverage of this emu, the original credits for THOM go to Sylvain Huet and Eric Botcazou, but it was Zx-81 (a.k.a. Ludovic.Jacomme) who ported it to our trusty handhelds.

Zx says that this should be the final release BUT if there are major bugs found, he’ll fix ’em and release another one. So if you guys find glitches and bugs, please tell us about it so Zx-81 can get to work and fix them, alright? Oh, and Zx also says that this package is under the GNU public license. Here’s the list of stuff that’s changed for zx-81’s PSPThom v1.0.1:

  • Add Sound support
  • Add Render modes (Normal, x1.25, x1.5)
  • Add second joystick
  • Clean Virtual Keyboard
  • Code cleaning

Installation instructions, controls, how-to’s on loading tape files and key mapping files are all in the wonder that is the readme file so make sure you check it out before you install this baby on your PSP’s. Enjoy the time warping gameplay experience fellas!

Download: [PSPThom v1.0.1]

Via Zx-81

pspthom snap1

Just a few days ago, we told you guys about PSPThom v1.0.0, an emulator for the classic Thomson TO7-70 home computer. And as we said in our previous coverage of this emu, the original credits for THOM go to Sylvain Huet and Eric Botcazou, but it was Zx-81 (a.k.a. Ludovic.Jacomme) who ported it to our trusty handhelds.

Zx says that this should be the final release BUT if there are major bugs found, he’ll fix ’em and release another one. So if you guys find glitches and bugs, please tell us about it so Zx-81 can get to work and fix them, alright? Oh, and Zx also says that this package is under the GNU public license. Here’s the list of stuff that’s changed for zx-81’s PSPThom v1.0.1:

  • Add Sound support
  • Add Render modes (Normal, x1.25, x1.5)
  • Add second joystick
  • Clean Virtual Keyboard
  • Code cleaning

Installation instructions, controls, how-to’s on loading tape files and key mapping files are all in the wonder that is the readme file so make sure you check it out before you install this baby on your PSP’s. Enjoy the time warping gameplay experience fellas!

Download: [PSPThom v1.0.1]

Via Zx-81

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