If you’re a trendy PC gamer on the lookout for a PlayStation emulator, you may be on the lookout for one thing like Mednafen or ePSXe. But again within the day, we had Bleem – a piece of economic software program launched within the late 90s that immediately competed towards Sony’s personal {hardware}. Well, Bleem will soon be again because the title of a new PC storefront aimed toward selling you authorized, emulated variations of obscure old games.

As you may suspect, this entity is just about Bleem in title solely. Piko Interactive has picked up the rights to the obscure little bit of videogame historical past for its new retailer and customized emulation wrapper. Piko has already been producing loads of stuff for the retro gaming neighborhood, together with a choice of replica carts for varied consoles. The firm has additionally executed such superb, absurd issues as publishing Super 3-D Noah’s Ark and 40 Winks on Steam.

Bleem – presently simply an eye-searing throwback to 90s ‘under construction’ pages – will be a net retailer that sells NES, SNES, Genesis, Game Boy, TurboGrafx-16, and PlayStation 1 titles with a customized wrapper to permit them to run on PC. There received’t be any standalone consumer, so that you’ll simply obtain the games and play them out of your desktop.

Separately, Piko goals to license out its Bleem wrapper for builders who wish to publish their basic games on Steam or GOG. The firm additionally goals to work with homebrew devs to assist monetise their games.