PSPCAP32 is a new version of the Amstrad CPC Emulator–a home computer series running on Windows and Linux. It is created homebrew emulator, Caprice32. The foundation of this emulator is originally written by Ulrich Doewich. But since Caprice32 has one of the best minds in emulators, the PSPCAP32 is able to imitate the CPC464, CPC664 and CPC6128 models.
This update supports IRDA-joystick box designed by another coder, Buzz. This will enable you to connect your old DB9 joystick to your PSP 1000. The schematic and PIC source code in included in the download, so you can create your own emulator if you’re into computer coding.
Version 1.5.1 has these changes:
- IRDA Joystick box support
- Add “IRDA joystick” device support for both
DB9 Joystick and Atari Paddle
- Add menu for IRDA joystick settings and keys mapping
- Add option to choose between IRDA devices (keyboard such as Targus or joystick using Buzz device)
The download package includes the README file and the source code.
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