This Guy Managed To Emulate A PlayStation Game On An Android Smartwatch

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A hacker known as “EpicLPer” has managed to get PlayStation One platformer Croc: Legend of the Gobbos running in playable form on an Android smartwatch, as you can see in the video above.

 

“I tried so many things to get this working yet the solution was actually simpler than I thought,” they write in the video’s description.

 

It seems they’ve managed to pull this off by running the ePSXe PlayStation emulator on the LG G Watch. The hacker mentions that they probably could have played the game on the micro screen with a gamepad if they had an official Moga gamepad to hand.


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