The much anticipated Sony PlayStation Emulator PSX4Droid, created by ZodTTD, was released on the Android Market late last night.Unsurprisingly there have been a few minor glitches reported like all emulation software.
PSX4Droid is listed for “high-end Androids” and can be purchased for $5.99 on the Android Market. You’ll need a PS BIOS file and ROMs in order to take advantage of the emulator.
– Uses formats BIN, ISO, IMG, PBP, Z, ZNX, and Eboot (compressed too)
– WiiMote controller works
– Trackball Dpad
– Memory card and save states
– Virtual control overlays
– Scaling modes
For the most part the PlayStation 1 emulator app seems to run rather smoothly, at least on the Samsung Galaxy S shown running Final Fantasy VII, Warcraft and Ridge Racer in the video below. The second video posted below shows a Nexus One running Crash Bandicoot, while the third shows a Dell Streak paired with a Wiimote also running Final Fantasy VII.
Need for Speed: High Stakes on Droid X:
Crash Bandicoot on Nexus One: