Dear Emulation News WebSite:

Wow, have we got some news for you!

Many of you won't have heard about us before, and that's because we've tried to keep this development project "hush-hush" until it's been ready -- and that time is now!

bleem was developed as the premier PSX emulator for PCs and compatible systems, and we're very pleased to announce that we've entered our final compatibility testing before our public release!

Featuring fast, *complete* emulation of the PSX hardware, bleem promises to run the vast majority of your PSX games on a Standard Multimedia PC system *without* the need for additional 3D hardware or accelerators!

Our target platform is a Pentium 166Mhz, 16Mb RAM, HighColour (15-bit or higher) Graphics Card, 2x CDROM, SoundBlaster Compatible SoundCard and 1 MB of Hard Disk space available.

Most games are currently playable at high speed on a P200 MMX and further speed increases are expected before our final release sometime in the next few weeks!

Don't believe it? Can't believe it? Won't believe it?! Soon you'll be able to try bleem out for yourselves!

Simply point your web browser to www.bleem.com and follow the links to fill out the bleem Beta Site application!

Since you're an Emulation News WebSite, your bleem Beta Site status has already been approved and filling out the application is merely to collect information about your hardware setup and confirm that you wish to receive bleem Beta Releases.

bleem Beta Site Group acceptance for the general public is not yet closed, however it is limited to qualifying sites (based largely upon the hardware configuration and PSX game library the site has access to for compatibility testing).

We look forward to having you as part of our Beta Site Group and to our final release to the public!

Sincerely,

bleem staff.

bleem -- The future of emulation technology is here!

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