Latest upload by: TiagoSC
20th January 2023

Welcome to the PlayStation 1 Development Network

Welcome to the PlayStation 1 (PSX, PS1/PSone) and Net Yaroze Development website

Here you will find PlayStation 1 tools written as far back as the early ninties, advanced system information, disassembly and reverse engineering projects, schematics, manuals, help, guides, tutorials and also meet some of the most intelligent and greatest programmers for the console as well as former Net Yaroze members.

Any new users interested in PlayStation 1 development are always welcome.

To get started making games and/or software for the PlayStation 1, follow the Psy-Q Software Development Kit (SDK) guide. This is the official PSX SDK that licensed Sony developers used to make their games (EG: WipEout, Crash Bandicoot, etc).

We reccomend starting off with the Psy-Q SDK as it's well documented and has everything you will ever need in creating 2D as well as complex 3D programs. For an alternative to Psy-Q you can look at the PSn00bSDK by Lameguy 64 which is more or less a direct open source modern competitor to Psy-Q.

If there are any links down or problems on this site, please notify us by using the 'Contact' button above.

Upcoming Events and News

PSXDEV.NET currently has over 52,000 visitors each month with 4.07 million requests and serves 56 GB worth of data in that timeframe with the most traffic coming from Singapore, USA/Canada and Brazil.

The server we have been on since 2012 couldn't keep up with the heavy traffic anymore so we have moved to a much more powerful server.

Old Server: 2 cores, 150 mbit/s bandwidth.
New Server: 4 cores, 1 gbit/s bandwidth.

We may rebuild the site at some stage and look into adding a donate button to assist with server costs as we have been hosting PSXDEV.NET for free with zero ads since 2012 and have never once asked once for donations, but it has finally reached the point where it's becoming too expensive for us to keep hosting for free.

- 10 years of PSXDEV.NET! (we may look into hosting another competition at some stage).
- The contact page has been fixed and is now working again.


Featured Events and Products

PSIO Flash & Developers Cartridge

PSIO is flash cartridge which can also be used for development that plugs into your PlayStation’s Parallel I/O Port. It allows you to instantly see your software running from an SD Card or via USB on real hardware, making it the ultimate developers tool, as well as making it invaluable for debugging.

The Greatest and Latest PlayStation 1 Homebrew Games Released

Marilyn: In the Magic World
Username: LameGuy64    Username: Xavi92
Project Title: Marilyn: In the Magic World    Project Title: Airport
Time to Complete: 6 Months    Time to Complete: -
Latest Release: 0.10a   Latest Release: -
In Development: Yes   In Development: Yes
Initial Release Date: 04-JAN-2014    Initial Release Date: 01-MAY-2017
Last Date Updated: 05-MAY-2014   Last Date Updated: 09-AUG-2017
Controller: CONTROL PAD   Controller: CONTROL PAD
Players: 1    Players: 2
Memory Card: 0 Block    Memory Card: 1 Block
Languages: ENGLISH   Languages: ENGLISH
Region: Auto/Manual   Region: PAL
Burn and Play: Yes   Burn and Play: No
Executable Included: No   Executable Included: No
Source Included:  mitmw_010a_source.7z   Source Included: Yes
Download Link:  mitmw_010a.7z    Source Link:  GitHub

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