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Description:

BizHawk is a A multi-system emulator written in C#. BizHawk provides nice features for casual gamers such as full screen, and joypad support in addition to full rerecording and debugging tools for all system cores.

Supported Systems

  • Nintendo Entertainment System / Famicom / Famicom Disk System (NES/FDS)
  • Super Nintendo (SNES)
  • Gameboy
  • Gameboy Color
  • Super Gameboy
  • Sega Master System
  • SG-1000
  • Game Gear
  • PC-Engine (TurboGrafx-16) / CD-ROM
  • SuperGrafx
  • Atari 2600
  • ColecoVision
  • TI-83 Calculator

Unofficially Released

  • Sega Genesis (Experimental)
  • Gameboy Advance

Change log:
  • Rewrite of Cheats, Ram Watch and Ram search
    • adds support for float, and fixed point types
    • more performance and less ram consumption
    • multi-byte cheat support
    • more features, and better design

 

 

  • NESHawk
    • Add ability to set initial register states from movies
      • Currently supported by mapper 228 (Action52)
    • Support more FDS bios files

 

  • SGBHawk
    • New memory domains

 

  • TI83Hawk
    • Added the ability to load programs into a TI-83 calculator. Also reworked the TI-83 link interface to more accurately represent hardware specs.
    • Added support for TI83 group files

 

  • Multiclient
    • Movies -fix multitrack recording
    • N64 Virtual Pad - add reset and power buttons
    • refactor to not repaint more than necessary (helps idling cpu power, and performance)
    • fix turbo hotkey behavior
    • add a "Close and Clear SRAM" context menu option that is visible when the game has an existing sram file
    • tighten up RomGame file loading and in particular for n64 to avoid some buffer copies and re-dearchiving operations
    • Path Config - fix folder browse behavior
    • Default controls - XBox defaults - nintendo A = xbox B, and vice versa
    • Fix saveram to have the .SaveRAM extension
    • solve an apparent threading datastructure conflict bug in input binding vs input poll thread, fixes non-working gamepads on some computers
  • fix pthe --dump-close commandline option

 

  • Hex Editor
    • fix increment/decrement logic with frozen addresses.
    • support increment/decrement on all highlighted addresses at once
    • support poking of multiple addresses

 

  • Lua
    • New functions
      • memory.readfloat(), mainmemory.readfloat()
      • memory.writefloat(), mainmemory.writefloat()
      • mainmemory.getname()
      • client.opentracelogger()
      • client.reboot_core()
Edited by sypherce

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