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165w ago - Today PlayStation 3 developer cotojestwtf has made available WebEmu NES v0.1 Beta for the PS3 entertainment system, which is Web-based Nintendo emulator application (similar to JSNES) and works on all PlayStation 3 consoles including those not JailBroken or running PS3 Custom Firmware.

To quote: ABOUT

WEN is a first Web-Homebrew for PlayStation 3, you can play now a NES games. No need a Jailbreak or CFW, just a Web!. Works on any Firmware. This is still beta so you can cause low fps, or hangs a webbrowser. Ohh.. and this version not support yet Dualshock/SixAxis only Keyboard.

Now WEN support only 3 games, but don't worry i will add new on free time.

NEWS

26.3.12 - public beta
Public beta tests started!

TO WORK/FIX

  • improve a framerate, because now its crappy.
  • add a compatibility a dualshock/sixaxis.
  • add function to choose game from pendrive.
  • fix hangs webbrowser.

CHANGELOG

  • 0.1beta - public beta
  • build17 - added a papu functions.
  • build13 - added a sound script.
  • build9 - improve mappers, cpu, ui and ppu functions.
  • build8 - changed ui functions, added ppu functions, added some mappers functions.
  • build5 - added cpu functions, improve a nes script.
  • build2 - emulate a keyboard.
  • build1 - initial release.

CONTROLS

Button Player 1 Player 2

  • Left Left Num-4
  • Right Right Num-6
  • Up Up Num-8
  • Down Down Num-2
  • A X Num-7
  • B Z Num-9
  • Start Enter Num-1
  • Select Ctrl Num-3



WebEmu NES v0.1 Beta - Web-based Nintendo Emulator for PS3

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#1 - HeyManHRU - 165w ago
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This is great, I know it's nothing big now but hopefully more time will be put into it and it turn into something bigger. I tried it and it was a bit laggy, still better than paying $10 bucks for a sonic game from the Sega Genesis from PSN.