PPSSPP can run your PSP games on your PC in full HD resolution, and play them on Android too. It can even upscale textures that would otherwise be too blurry as they were made for the small screen of the original PSP.
Even on modern Android phones and tablets, you can often run at double the original resolution.
PPSSPP is an open source project, licensed under the GPL 2.0 (or later). Anyone is welcome to contribute improvements to the code. Partly thanks to such contributions, PPSSPP's compatibility is steadily increasing, letting us all play our PSP games on the devices of our choice.
An annoying rotation lock bug slipped through, and haptic feedback was broken. Both have been fixed.
UPDATE: One more release, fixing a drastic slowdowns in a couple of games.
Another release! More fixes and compatibility, and various little features. Here's the list:
Please note that it often takes a few hours to roll out an update on Google Play, so you may not see it there immediately.
NOTE: The Windows version of 0.9.7 requires new runtime DLLs..
If you have questions or want to report problems, don't forget to check the forum.
The next release, 0.9.7, will have a bunch of fixes that many of you have been waiting for - for example, the Yu Gi Oh games no longer hang when you attempt to move. Also, you will be able to play in portrait mode on Android, and more. Stay tuned for the release, which if all goes well will happen in a week or so.
A bug snuck in that causes the game list on Android to either display a blank or crash if it sees a ZIP or RAR file.
This has now been fixed and been pushed to Google Play, and the downloads on this site have been updated.
That's right, it's here, in good time for the holidays! This time the main focus has been on speed improvements, but there has obviously been quite a few bug fixes as well, and a new lighter look for the on screen touch controls. Enjoy! And if you're having fun, don't forget to support the project by buying the Gold version.