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Model 2 emulator 0.6 released


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So many changes that I can't remember...Lighting fixes, control fixes, sound fixes...

ManxTT is working, but sound is broken.

Merged some features from the cps3 emu (vsync, custom fullscreen res,...)

 

NOTE: To get past of ManxTT Active Motion Slider screen, enter test mode (F2) and then exit. You'll have to do this every time you boot the game. To avoid that, enter test mode and set the cabinet type to Twin. That will disable the drive board check.

>> Get it HERE.

 

 

Thanks to retroK, we have the changelog:

v0.6

 

Changelist from Wesker, translated by retroK:

 

- analog controls now working (tested with an Xbox 360 pad controller)

- added Dynamite Deka 2 (Model 2B)

- added ManxTT Superbike (sound is still broken)

- added Dynamite Cop 2 (Model 2C)

- removed graphic garbage at the right and bottom of the screen

- removed some lighting bugs

- SCSP bugs removed that caused the game Pilot Kids to sound bad

- fixed a color display problem (e.g. the font on the Pilot Kids title)

- fixed fullscreen rendering bug when using graphics filters which led to some disappearing pixels (e.g. the "Rolling Start" in Daytona USA)

- added the enhancements which where introduced in the CPS3 emulator (V-Sync, custom fullscreen resolutions, ...)

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v0.6

 

Changelist from Wesker, translated by retroK:

 

- analog controls now working (tested with an Xbox 360 pad controller)

- added Dynamite Deka 2 (Model 2B)

- added ManxTT Superbike (sound is still broken)

- added Dynamite Cop 2 (Model 2C)

- removed graphic garbage at the right and bottom of the screen

- removed some lighting bugs

- SCSP bugs removed that caused the game Pilot Kids to sound bad

- fixed a color display problem (e.g. the font on the Pilot Kids title)

- fixed fullscreen rendering bug when using graphics filters which led to some disappearing pixels (e.g. the "Rolling Start" in Daytona USA)

- added the enhancements which where introduced in the CPS3 emulator (V-Sync, custom fullscreen resolutions, ...)

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