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    Thumbs up [Fun] Virtual Jaguar port



    I've tried, just for fun, to port Virtual Jaguar (http://www.icculus.org/virtualjaguar/) to the PSP.


    Put the Jaguar BIOS image (jagboot.rom) in the same directory as the EBOOT.
    Rename the cartridge image to cf.jag and put it in the same directory.

    I've tried Cannon Fodder and Atari Karts ... and ... it's pretty slow, be patient

    See Virtual Jaguar website for compatibility stats. (DSP is not enabled)

    Keys :
    A - Square
    B - Triangle
    C - Circle
    Pause - Start
    Option - Select

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    wow, now thats a surprise.

    actually, i never had a jaguar (don't know why, i always loved the atari products...).
    do you think, it will ever be playable, or is it just a project for fun?
    and do you have access to the PSP 3D cpu, or is everything emulated by software?

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    Coool this rocks!!

    PLYNX is the man

    Tempest rules!!!!
    Will try it out when I get home.

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    does it work on 2.6????

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    Quote Originally Posted by PLynx
    I've tried, just for fun, to port Virtual Jaguar (http://www.icculus.org/virtualjaguar/) to the PSP.

    You can find the PSP 1.0 EBOOT <A HREF="http://www.dcemu.co.uk/vbulletin/showthread.php?p=87345#post87345">here</A>
    Put the Jaguar BIOS image (jagboot.rom) in the same directory as the EBOOT.
    Rename the cartridge image to cf.jag and put it in the same directory.

    I've tried Cannon Fodder and Atari Karts ... and ... it's pretty slow, be patient

    See Virtual Jaguar website for compatibility stats. (DSP is not enabled)

    Keys :
    A - Square
    B - Triangle
    C - Circle
    Pause - Start
    Option - Select
    Works on 2.0! Slow Cannon Fodder as you say but it still works!

    great work!

    cheers

    Kevin

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    anyone post a screenshot or a few of it running games

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    is it running at 333mhz ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ultros
    do you think, it will ever be playable, or is it just a project for fun?
    and do you have access to the PSP 3D cpu, or is everything emulated by software?
    It's just for fun, and I don't think that a simple port of virtual jaguar will be playable on PSP, maybe with more work. Yes everything is emulated by software.
    Yes it's already running at 333MHz.

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    added some screens (Thanks to Mike Haggar )and got a nice screen for the newspost on your site

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    i got it to sort of load on 2.6!!!
    it comes up with a message saying "allowcating 'such and such' bytes for jaguar"

    excuse the spelling!!
    any ideas???
    where do you get the jaguar bios from?

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