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    My New Project

    Just wanted to give you a status update on this.. This project is going well. I have worked through much of the 6502. I have decided to first build a 2600 compatible console because it should be a little easier. I am working on the tia right now. I am hoping to have some screenshots of 2600...
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    My New Project

    Thanks for the positive response. You guys are absolutely amazing. Everyone should be very proud of this community. Cool, what consoles would that include??? Most all of the 8bit consoles. Check the web site for a complete list. hmm i plan to build me one for also newer consoles liek...
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    My New Project

    Well, I've started a new project. I am trying to build a small game console called the RetroConsole. It is intended to be a fpga based console that will simulate all the classic 8bit gaming consoles. I have been working on this for months so I thought I might as well make a web page about...
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    snesemu and snes9xgp... the difference?

    I'm not sure what you mean when you say 'the current pc version uses asm but the source code doesn't'? I just downloaded the most current source from sourceforge.net and reviewed the code. It is about 95% x86 assembly with maybe 5% C misc code. Actually, an assembly version that looks to be...
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    snesemu and snes9xgp... the difference?

    zsnes is pretty much written entirely in 86x assembly, so it would be a bitch to port. Probably easier to completely rewrite the code for gp32. snes9x is written in c++ so it is much easier to port, although that is also why it is so slow. I think the point is that in order to get a decent...
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    The Future of Portable Emulators

    Yeah, I'm starting to think maybe there is a 3rd category between the two that would probably include: Gameboy Advance CPS1 & 2 NeoGeo These will run at less then half speed with full sound with full optimization but may still be playable. I still hold out that SNES will eventually run at...
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    The Future of Portable Emulators

    Ok, now I'm going to be scouring the internet until I find this emulator! So far google searches have turned up nothing. Please pm me a link if you know where this emulator is. I would the gba would be easier to emulate actually because a) it was designed as a tiny, inexpensive portable and...
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    GamePark Advance?

    As long as it is completely compatible with the original gamepark, and just has a faster processor, I don't see a problem. And in all likelyhood, all they will do is upgrade the ARM processor of the gamepark. It is all off the shelf hardware and ARM is basically state of the art. There is no 64...
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    PSX roms for GP32, PSX roms for GP32

    This is great. I think we should create a new version of one of the old japanese classics with the hilarious Engrish. We can write all the text. Have it translated to German. Then send it to Lexcom and have it translated back to English. The result: Perfect Engrish translation for our game!
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    The Future of Portable Emulators

    I know that each emulator will be slightly different in its frame rate, depending on the complexity of the system involved. But I think my two main points are still sound. Firstly that group #2 systems will all be in the same range of fps because they are in the same range of power...
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    The Future of Portable Emulators

    Ok, I have played the gamepark and love it. It really is an amazing machine capable of great emulations. So I always have fun breaking out my crystal ball to look into the future. Please note, this is just my personal opinion and may be inaccurate. I am just going off on a tangent here :)...
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    Atari 800 Help

    Yes. I was overwhelmed at first too. It seemed like it was broken or something. But then you have to remember this is a computer not a console so the emulator is by necessity more complex. But the good news is this emulator handles the complexity beautifully! First you should make sure you...
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    Atari 800 GP32 0.4 Review

    Just for the record, boulder dash was originally built for the atari 800 in 1984. So really I think this is one case where the atari version is probably the best. It was built and designed for this system and the version feels perfect. It also makes use of several atari features such as the...
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    Atari 800 GP32 0.4 Review

    Yes, I loved boulderdash too. Didn't add it to the list since it is on many other consoles (probably new better versions too). Also forgot to mention BC's Quest for Tires. It is a really fun platformer and kinda reminds me of jungle hunt. The cartoon graphics are great. There are many more I...
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    Atari 800 GP32 0.4 Review

    Ok, my batteries just died on my gp32 so I'm going to take this break to write up a quick review of Atari 800 GP32 version 0.4. There are a lot of emulators out there on the GP, but be sure not to overlook this one. This is a wonderful, option-filled emulator that worked with practically every...
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    A lack of contributors

    Hi All, This is my first post so I wanted to introduce myself. I just purchased a gp32 from craigx but am still waiting for it to come via ups. What pushed me to finally buy the gp32 might surprise you. The specs were great and sure it would be cool to play all the old console games on a...
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