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Clownmdemu v0.5.2 released!

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This is clownmdemu, a Sega Mega Drive (a.k.a. Sega Genesis) emulator.

It is currently in the very early stages of development: it can run some games, but many standard features of the Mega Drive are unemulated (see clownmdemu-frontend-common/clownmdemu/TODO.md for more information).

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Changelog:

– Fixed broken graphics in Sonic Crackers, Sonic 3, and Thunder Force IV.
– Get Combat Cars, Micro Machines, Dynamite Heady, Gunstar Heroes, and Alien Soldier to boot.
– Fix Windows XP compatibility.

XRoar v1.5.2 has released!

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XRoar is a Dragon32/64 emulator but also Tandy CoCo.

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Changelog:

– GIME: timer interrupt fixes [Tim Lindner]

CloudpilotEmu 1.9.1 has released!

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CloudpilotEmu is an emulator for Dragonball-based PalmOS devices that runs in a web browser. In particular, the emulator works on iOS. The emulator is derived from the original POSE emulator. Please see below for the list of currently supported devices.

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MacOS: Please run xattr -rd com.apple.quarantine cloudpilot-server-1.9.1
in order to remove the server components from quarantine before you run the server for
the first time. The first start may take a few seconds.

Windows, macOS, and Linux:

Hypseus Singe v2.11.1 is released!

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Hypseus is a fork of Daphne created by Matt Ownby . It's an SDL2 version of Daphne and Monkey.
This is a program for playing Laserdisc arcade games on PC, Mac or Raspberry Pi.
This version includes support for Singe and Singe2 for Fan Made and American Laser Games.

Features :
  • SDL2 support
  • Updated MPEG2 decoder
  • Daphne VLDP 32bit upgrade
  • Daphne and Singe 4k M2V support
  • Singe libretro emulation path integration
  • Singe Joystick, Lightgun EV_ABS [mouse] support
  • Singe 2 full 32bit overlay support (details below)
  • Sinden support in Singe games
  • For Singe games list see here.
  • Daphne alternate overlay choices
  • SDL_GameController (including hotplug) support...

macintosh.js v1.2.0 is released!

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This is Mac OS 8, running in an Electron app pretending to be a 1991 Macintosh Quadra. Yes, it's the full thing. I'm sorry.

  • This version mostly includes tons of dependency updates, so it should be a little faster and more stable.

Applewin v1.30.14 is released!

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Apple II emulator for Windows

AppleWin is a fully-featured emulator supporting different Apple II models and clones. A variety of peripheral cards and video display modes are supported (eg. NTSC, RGB); and there's an extensive built-in symbolic debugger.

Changelog:

  • [Change #1080] Support Mockingboard and Mouse at same time. (Improvement for: "Witch Trial".)
  • [Change #1187] New command line: '-capslock=off' to start up with Caps Lock off.
  • [Change #1183] Phasor: add support for Echo+ mode (eg. 6522 PortA chip select for the AYs, dual-mono sound output & reading AY regs).
  • [Change #1190] Document command line: '-multimon'.
    • At start-up, use the Registry's saved "Window x/y position" to position the...

XRoar v1.3.1 is released.

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XRoar is a Dragon emulator for Linux, Unix, OS X, GP32, Nintendo DS and Windows. Due to hardware similarities, XRoar also emulates the Tandy Colour Computer (CoCo) models 1 & 2.

Changelog:

Further GIME VSC tweaks
Allow preemption of Control key (for CoCo 3)
Fix GTK+ zoom in/out
Work around build issues on Apple Silicon [Allen Huffman, Blair Leduc]

Nuance v0.6.4 released!

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Nuance is a NUON game platform emulator. By now, emulation was improved a lot with many games now working almost correctly (except for "random" endless loops that still occur in the emulated code due to whacky audio syncing) in the new 0.6.X release.

Changelog:

Fix command line file parsing, also drag and drop will now work properly
Fix wrong handling of global overlay alpha values > 0
Optimize OpenGL output shaders
Fix CRT-like shader for very high resolutions (e.g. 4K)
Retweak CRT-like shader to be a bit more realistic compared to common CRT TVs back in the days

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