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{{Infobox emulator
 
{{Infobox emulator
 
|logo = playicon.png
 
|logo = playicon.png
|logowidth = 100
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|logowidth = 104
 
|version = 0.30
 
|version = 0.30
|active = Yes
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|active = yes
|platform = Windows<br/>macOS<br/>Android<br/>iOS <small>(jailbroken)</small><br/>Linux
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|platform = Windows<br/>Linux<br/>macOS<br/>[[Android emulators|Android]]<br/>[[IOS emulators|iOS]] <small>(jailbroken)</small>
 
|architecture = x86<br/>ARM
 
|architecture = x86<br/>ARM
 
|target = [[PlayStation 2 emulators|PlayStation 2]]
 
|target = [[PlayStation 2 emulators|PlayStation 2]]
|developer = jpd002
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|developer = [https://github.com/jpd002 jpd002], [https://github.com/Zer0xFF Zer0xFF] & [https://github.com/jpd002/Play-/graphs/contributors Play! community]
 
|website = [http://purei.org/ purei.org]
 
|website = [http://purei.org/ purei.org]
 
|support = [https://www.patreon.com/jpd002 Patreon]
 
|support = [https://www.patreon.com/jpd002 Patreon]
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|license = BSD
 
|source = [https://github.com/jpd002/Play- GitHub]
 
|source = [https://github.com/jpd002/Play- GitHub]
 
}}
 
}}
'''Play!''' is a [[High/Low_level_emulation|high-level]], multi-platform [[PlayStation 2 emulators|PlayStation 2 emulator]]. Its compatibility and features are pretty far behind [[PCSX2]] and very few commercial titles will run on all supported platforms, but it has several advantages; high-level emulation allows it to run games without requiring a BIOS dump, the lack of plugins allows for streamlined game settings, and it also has ARM support.
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'''Play!''' is an open-source, [[High/Low_level_emulation|high-level]], multi-platform [[PlayStation 2 emulators|PlayStation 2 emulator]]. Its compatibility and features are pretty far behind [[PCSX2]] and very few commercial titles will run on all supported platforms, but it has several advantages; high-level emulation allows it to run games without requiring a BIOS dump, the lack of plugins allows for streamlined game settings, and it also has ARM support.
  
Play! is available for several platforms, both on desktop and mobile. The Android port includes support for gamepads and Android-x86. While there is a port for jailbroken iOS available, compatibility is low with no input support at this time.
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Play! is available for several platforms, both on desktop and mobile. The [[Android emulators|Android]] port includes support for gamepads and Android-x86, an iOS port is also available but lacks gamepad input (touchscreen input works fine, however) and can only be installed on jailbroken devices.
  
==Downloads==
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==Download==
* [http://purei.org/downloads/play/weekly/ '''Official weekly builds''']
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{| cellpadding="4"
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|-
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|align=center|{{Icon|Win|Mac|APK}}
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|'''[http://purei.org/downloads/play/weekly/ Official weekly builds]
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|}
  
==External links==
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==Overview==
* [https://m.youtube.com/watch?feature=youtu.be&v=4wkdEXQfrbA Showcase - Performance Improvements on Play!] (Literalmente{Game}. Jul 7, 2018.)
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Lead developer of Play!, jpd002, is named Jean-Philip Desjardins.
  
 
===Compatibility lists===
 
===Compatibility lists===
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* [https://github.com/jpd002/Play-Compatibility/issues Play! - Compatibility Tracker's Issues page] / [https://github.com/jpd002/Play-Compatibility/labels/state-playable Playable games]
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'''Old:'''
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(All data from the old Wiki page linked below have been migrated to the new active Issues page above)
 
* [https://github.com/jpd002/Play-/wiki/Compatible-games#windowsos-x Windows & macOS]
 
* [https://github.com/jpd002/Play-/wiki/Compatible-games#windowsos-x Windows & macOS]
 
* [https://github.com/jpd002/Play-/wiki/Compatible-games#android Android]
 
* [https://github.com/jpd002/Play-/wiki/Compatible-games#android Android]
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==References==
 
==References==
 
{{Reflist}}
 
{{Reflist}}
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==External Links==
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* [https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLph9xgFt_cC1WrjHRx0KI7tkO6sln3_IG Emulação - PlayStation 2] (Literalmente{Game}'s Play! playlist)
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* [https://m.youtube.com/watch?feature=youtu.be&v=4wkdEXQfrbA Showcase - Performance Improvements on Play!] (Literalmente{Game}. Jul 7, 2018.)
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* [https://www.reddit.com/user/-_Winter_-/ Reddit - r/emulation feed] (Posts by ''u/-_Winter_-'', also known as Literalmente{Game} at his YT channel and Patreon account. He often posts Play! reports with his video links.)
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[[Category:macOS emulation software]]
 
[[Category:macOS emulation software]]
 
[[Category:Linux emulation software]]
 
[[Category:Linux emulation software]]
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[[Category:Android emulation software]]
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[[Category:IOS emulation software]]

Latest revision as of 19:43, 20 April 2020

Play!
Playicon.png
Developer(s) jpd002, Zer0xFF & Play! community
Latest version 0.30
Active yes
Platform(s) Windows
Linux
macOS
Android
iOS (jailbroken)
Architecture(s) x86
ARM
Emulates PlayStation 2
Website purei.org
Support ($) Patreon
License BSD
Source code GitHub

Play! is an open-source, high-level, multi-platform PlayStation 2 emulator. Its compatibility and features are pretty far behind PCSX2 and very few commercial titles will run on all supported platforms, but it has several advantages; high-level emulation allows it to run games without requiring a BIOS dump, the lack of plugins allows for streamlined game settings, and it also has ARM support.

Play! is available for several platforms, both on desktop and mobile. The Android port includes support for gamepads and Android-x86, an iOS port is also available but lacks gamepad input (touchscreen input works fine, however) and can only be installed on jailbroken devices.

Download[edit]

Windows macOS Android Official weekly builds

Overview[edit]

Lead developer of Play!, jpd002, is named Jean-Philip Desjardins.

Compatibility lists[edit]

Old:

(All data from the old Wiki page linked below have been migrated to the new active Issues page above)

References[edit]

External Links[edit]