Akop has updated his Sinclair Spectrum emulator for the PlayStation Portable today.

For those not aware, the Sinclair Spectrum was released in the UK in 1982 and become one of the most popular computer systems at the time. It's an 8-bit computer that runs on Sinclair BASIC which was a deviation of the BASIC programming language. As always, the changelog is detailed below.

Download: http://psp.akop.org/fuse/download/0.9.0.26/1.00

Version 0.9.0.26 Changelog:

- A Spectrum joystick button/keyboard key can now be assigned to multiple PSP buttons
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