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DraStic: new DS emu for Android
Hard Core Rikki posted a topic in Android Emulators [/android]Exophase and Lordus will be soon releasing a port of the DS emu DraStic to Android. It will be awesome, buttery smooth, packing high compatibility and totally paid (they ran out of cheap noodles). With desktop-based emus still generally free and the donation faucets reportedly dry, mobile marketplaces are becoming increasingly more compelling alternatives to fund project development and gain some livelihood from previously ungrateful hobbies. More on this http://boards.openpandora.org/index.php/topic/13430-future-drastic-android-port-help-needed/ Video (tested on Nexus 10 tablet and Galaxy S3)
higan x64 092.10
sypherce posted a topic in Emulator Releases [/emu]Description: higan is a Nintendo multi-system emulator that began development on 2004-10-14. It currently supports the following systems: FamicomSuper FamicomGame BoyGame Boy ColorGame Boy AdvanceNintendo DShigan also supports the following subsystems: Super Game BoyBS-X SatellaviewSufami Turbo Change log: I'm posting higan v092.10 as a beta release. This release adds multi-pass shaders, SNES hires blending improvements, OS X Lion support, and more. Most importantly, after polling on the issue on my forum, popular opinion was to default to the most optimal video/audio drivers, rather than the safest. Notably, this means you'll need official video card drivers for OpenGL 3.2 support. By defaulting to OpenGL across the board, we can treat video shaders as ubiquitous. However, it's sure to not work on some systems. If you have trouble with video or audio, be sure to go to Settings->Configuration->Advanced, change the drivers, and restart the emulator. I'd like for v093 to be a solid release out of the door, but a lot has changed. So if you could all please test this release as thoroughly as possible, and report any bugs on my forum, it would be greatly appreciated. Included is the source, and Windows 64-bit binaries. If you need binaries for Windows 32-bit, OS X, or Linux, you'll need to compile the source yourself, sorry. source: http://byuu.org/download: higan x64 092.10