My PSP Original and PSP Slim playing SNES Ad-hoc multi player together! In this short video, I demonstrate the wireless multi player feature with the game: Super Mario All-Stars + Super Mario World. PSP Slim is player 1 playing as Mario while PSP Original is player 2 using Luigi. Both PSP’s are using the Snes TYL 0.4.2 emulator with custom firmwares to achieve wireless SNES play. Enjoy the video and don’t mind my quick deaths, because I wanted to switch players quicker and to play on both PSP’s 😉 PSP Original (top) is on firmware 3.52 m33-4. PSP Slim (bottom) is on firmware 3.60 m33 Get latest psp snes emulator(s) at: pspupdates.qj.net Update 1: Both PSP’s are now running custom firmware 3.90 m33-2 and the wireless SNES multiplayer still plays! Update 2: Do to allot of people experiencing black screens during Ad-hoc play, I have decided to link directly to the main emulators I use: (psp slim or original) pspupdates.qj.net (psp original with 1.50 kernel) pspupdates.qj.net Update 3: Due to the age of this video, the information and links presented in it might no longer be valid or useful for modern PSP homebrew.