DaveC said:Even the the Caanoo has much more action at this time.
Yes, though you have to admit that even on the Caanoo there are a lot of quickports only yet.
And why did you expect the same GUIs / Rompicker on the Pandora?
Never happened on the GP32, nor the GP2X, the WIZ, the Dingoo or the Caanoo.
Developers will most probably always use their own stuff.
For me, SNES, MAME4ALL, PicoDrive, PSX, etc. run better on the Pandora with their quick ports than they run on the WIZ or Caanoo.
SNES fully works, only has some weird sound effects with some games (old 1.39er audio core), but it fully works with almost all games (except stuff like StarFox) fullspeed.
I don't think there has been a significant release or update for months. As more Pandoras ship the hope is that things will pick up. If you ordered one now by the time you got it maybe many of these problems will be addressed. It has allot of potential.
It depends on what you call significant
There's now a fully working SNES9x with a nice ROM picker.
There's normal GB(C) emulation with a nice ROM picker.
There are the three homebrew Zelda games fully working.
A new GemRB version.
A new ScummVM which fixes the touchscreen bug so you can now fully play Hires games on-the-go without any issues.
Yes, development surely would be faster if there would be more units out there.
And that's something we are really working on at the moment.
We really had a lot of bad luck with some companies... and are struggling to make them produce.