Wondering who the faces are behind the mystery team that’s been churning out the newer builds of the Snes9xTYLsmcm emulator for the PSP?
According to a rumor, one such developer may actually be Ruka. A brief backgrounder on this dev – along with a history lesson in Snes9xTYL‘s other past coders – can get more details in the full article.
As the readers will recall, we earlier reported on the release of a new build of the Snes9xTYLsmcm SNES emulator for the PSP. While this was certainly good news for the community, one piece of information that proved elusive regarding the project was the identity of its Japanese dev team.
According to a recent rumor in circulation, at least one member of this group may actually be Ruka. In case you weren’t around back then, Ruka was the coder who released SNES9xTYL++, a variant of the SnesTYL9x project originally created by YoyoFR and Laxer3a.
The validity of this rumor is still pretty unclear, so we advise the readers to keep on the lookout in case we run into any related updates. Regardless, we tip our hats to the guys who’ve decided to continually polish up this emulation project for the PSP.