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  • Starscream

    by Published on November 19th, 2009 14:08

    Passionmsx reports about a new developed MSX emulator for the Ps2.
    It's based on FMSX 3.5 and does include USB-support. It has been ported by
    Francisco Mayoral, the offical site:
    http://www.elotrolado.net/hilo_nuevo...ra-ps2_1308844

    The changes in the newest version according to Passionmsx are:
    fixed sound problem in Fruit Panic
    - correct support for up & down in the virtual keyboard
    - support for in emulation menu (SELECT)
    - support for emulator snapshots
    - support for second joystick button
    - support for R2 as CTRL MSX key for improved compatibility with DSK loading
    - new options functions : save state, clear rom and dsk and reset MSX
    - included support for L1 & R1 as fast navigating through rom and dsk pages

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    by Published on January 18th, 2009 13:12

    yohanes, the author of Wiiapple, has released a port of Hatari for the Wii, an Atari ST emulator. The Wiimote can be used as Mouse, there is currently no Atari Joystick support.



    Heres the full release info:

    After wiiapple, here is an atari st emulator for Wii based on hatari. This port works fine on my Wii. Two other people have tested it, one (Da_Gper) said it is very slow on his Wii, but Nowhereman said it is fine in his Wii. So please tell me you test result. If it works fine for most people, I will post it to wiibrew.

    Some notes

    You will need USB keyboard to use this emulator
    Mouse is emulated using Wiimote (A for click), you can also use USB Mouse
    Press F12 to access the menu (probably i should assign one of the Wiimote key for this),
    Options can be saved to disk
    Press home, or alt-q to quit
    Floppy images can be placed in \hatari\fd
    EmuTOS image have been included. With EmuTOS ROM, the green screen flickers a lot. It doesn’t happen with some real Atari ROMs that I tested.
    Sound works (usually), jus enable it through the options

    then today he also updated with this release:

    I have made a stupid mistake by including wrong default configuration files (which is slow). I have updated the Atari ST emulator. Here is what is new:

    - Wiimote only operation is possible. Not all things will work though. You can play point and click games that relies only on mouse. Press HOME to access the menu (change disk, change ROM, etc). To avoid wasting your time, you can test the game on Hatari for Windows/Linux to see if you can control everything using only mouse.

    - I have included a simple flicker filtering to reduce the filtering. This is not the final solution to the problem. I will need to rewrite the SDL port to use GX.

    Note:

    - Mono mode still doesn’t work yet.

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    by Published on November 23rd, 2008 18:48

    histat has released a pre-alpha of his port of X millennium for the Dreamcast, an emulator of the Japanese Sharp X1 computer. The port has sound and already good speed.
    Emulator files and source code can be downloaded from here:
    http://neko.sourceforge.net/xmil.html ...