Spine PS4 emulator for Linux

Spine PS4 emulator for Windows – PC Desktop

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Spine emulator for PC is repository contains sources of a Flatpak package for spinedemo. Spinedemo is a demo version of spine which is a Wine-like PS4 emulator for Windows that is being developed in private (see also Linux, MacOS, iOS and Android version).

The experimental version is now aviable on the link button below.


In the two years since that last release, Spine has improved a lot, though a lot of bigger and more complex 3D titles still aren’t fully playable.

The team improved the emulator is thanks to a fresh Windows build that was recently shared online.

The vast majority of the 1,000 games that were tested work; about 85% of the games tested only get to the intro screen, and only about 65% of them will properly get you in-game.


Spine is a promising PS4 emulator despite its work-in-progress status. If you want to download Spine, you can check out the download link below.

Keep in mind that you’ll need a hacked PS4 to pull decrypted firmware dependencies for Spine to function, and you’ll also need a hacked PS4 to dump your games as well.


ESC – exit

arrow up – dpad up
arrow down – dpad down
arrow left – dpad left
arrow right – dpad right

w – triangle
s – cross
a – square
d – circle

i – leftstick up
k – leftstick down
j – leftstick left
l – leftstick right

keypad 5 or t – rightstick up
keypad 2 or g – rightstick down
keypad 1 or f – rightstick left
keypad 3 or h – rightstick right

1 – L1
2 – R1
3 – L2
4 – R2
5 – L3
6 – R3

9 – touchpad press
0 – options

System requirements

Windows installation with working OpenGL acceleration (3.3+). Preferably native
for better performance but at least one VM is known to work.


  • native installation
  • VMware Fusion


  • VirtualBox
OS versionWindows 7 (or higher)
RAM6 GB (8 GB recommended)
Disk space60 MB
The table lists the minimum system requirements for running Spine emulator Windows


•Compatibility list (rudimentar, please improve it) in compatibility.xlsx

•Please include firmware dependencies in firmware folder for linux only.

•For ubuntu it’s required to install libsdl2-dev, rest of libs are available in lib folder chmod a+x both lib folder contents and spine executable, then you can place these contents in your game folder and type
./spine eboot.bin

•fself eboots are supported

•Arrow keys to move (dpad)
zxcvb etc keys should be for triangle, square, circle, cross, options, etc

•Undertale works really well as well as we are doomed, others ingame may experience some graphical glitches and artifacts