I know I've previously released Snes9xNextVITA, but this time I've decided to port a new emulator to the Vita: CATSFC-libretro-vita. Right now, it currently has roughly the same features as Snes9xNextVITA. However, Snes9xNextVITA was based on Snes9x 1.52. This is based on Snes9x 1.43. While using an earlier version will likely introduce new bugs in some games, this version is *significantly* faster in almost every game I've played. I can get consistent full speed in both Super Mario World and Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past with this version.
NOTE: This will likely only work under Unity PSM, due to RAM limitations of non-Unity Rejuvenate. I haven't tested it with anything but Rejuvenate for Unity PSM.
Download link: http://www.mediafire.com/download/a0h7h ... 150823.elf
From the Github readme:
CATSFC version 1.36, 2013-06-16
A Super Nintendo emulator for PlayStation VITA, run through the native VITA
* Snes9x 1.43, by the Snes9x team (with research by the ZSNES folks, anomie,
* NDSSFC 1.06, by the Supercard team (porting to the MIPS processor)
* BAGSFC, by BassAceGold (improving over NDSSFC)
* CATSFC, by ShadauxCat and Nebuleon (improving over BAGSFC)
* CATSFC-libretro, a libretro-compliant port of CATSFC
Run the emulator using the Rejuvenate for PSM Unity hack. This emulator will
likely not run under non-Unity Rejuvenate, due to RAM limitations
Use FTPVita (or similar) to copy over ROM files to your PSVITA system. The ROMs
can be anywhere on the filesystem. Once the ROMs are on your device, run the
emulator. The emulator will present a touch-based file selector for choosing
a game to load.
Once in-game, if you'd like to choose another game, press UP + TRIANGLE +
L-TRIGGER + R-TRIGGER at the same time.
This emulator is configured to build with the PSP2SDK. Might possibly be
migrating to vita-toolchain in the future. Also requires the following:
# Future plans
* Select files using either buttons or touch
* Mouse and Super Scope support
* Better menu with configurable emulation options
* Save state support
* Possibly more...