Snes9x EX v1.4.32 is released. Snes9x EX is an SNES/Super Famicom emulator written in C++ for Android, iOS, WebOS. It uses the emulation backend from Snes9x and is built on top of the Imagine engine.
* Accurate emulation and similar compatibility to Snes9x 1.43 on the PC
* Full quality 44KHz stereo sound
* Supports games in .smc, .sfc, .fig, and .1 formats, optionally in .zip files
* Super Scope support, touch screen to fire, touch off-screen to push Cursor button
* Mouse Support, see Snes9x EX section on website for instructions
* Configurable on-screen multi-touch controls & keyboard support (needs Android 2.1+ for multi-touch, up to 3 touches supported at once)
* Multiplayer-capable Wiimote + Classic Controller and iControlPad support (no need to purchase a separate app)
* Backup memory and save state support, auto-save and ten manual slots for save states. State files from Snes9x 1.43 should work on Snes9x EX and vice-versa.
* Portrait/Landscape auto-orientation support
Snes9x EX v1.4.32 Changelog:
* Fixed incorrect sound buffer sizes in PAL mode for MD and NES, should reduce worst-case latency
Saturn: First release
* Android: Reduced chance of crashing on some devices when toggling the status bar (Due to issues in the OS & drivers, it's not possible guarantee the app won't crash on affected devices. If everything worked in 1.4.31, there is no chance your device can crash).
* Android: Fixed fast CPU->GPU copy (SurfaceTexture) in Android 4.1
* Android: Fixed some C++ library issues that restore support for Android 2.0-2.2 devices on NES, GBC, and PCE (2600 still has issues)
* Android: Re-wrote OpenSL ES sound under-run detection to avoid incorrectly restarting playback until all sound data is exhausted, should allow more devices to use smaller sound buffers without playback interruptions. The new Strict Underrun Check option controls if playback restarts at the moment the hardware reports playback has ended (on) or if playback has entered a stalled state (off). Note that depending on the driver, recovering playback may be an expensive operation and can cause significant frame drops, increase the sound buffer size and set Strict Underrun Check on if you experience issues.
* Android: Add x86 build for devices with Intel CPUs
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