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  1. I know we have an emulator thread, but as Retroarch becomes more and more all-encompasing I think it deserves it's own thread. https://www.libretro.com/index.php/retroarch-2/ When it works it's great, however it's very finicky. I've been trying to add some roms all morning and it just keeps freezing, going to have to reinstall I think. What's other people's experiences with it?
  2. This thread is for examples of fans (or software companies of dubious legality) violating the laws of nature by getting games to run on systems that WERE NEVER MEANT TO BE. I'll start us off with three recent ones. First this: And then this: And of course, Pregnancy Test Doom. (I know the device isn't really running Doom, just using the LCD screen to display the output of other hardware.)
  3. Great talk here about the challenges of commercial and non-commercial emulation http://www.gdcvault.com/play/1023470/-It-s-Just-Emulation Lot's of talk here about the ins and outs of emulation. There's more discussion here at http://www.metafilter.com/160985/Its-Just-Emulation
  4. Towards the end of the Amiga days, some friends and I made an Amiga game called Prototype, which was released by F1 Software. I've never found a copy of it online, but around 2006/7 I found a copy of the demo on Aminet. I got it to run back then, backed it up to an old hard drive and forgot all about it. I just found the drive last night, and tried to get it to run in WinUAE, but cannot for the life of me remember how I did it. I set up WinUAE with the Kickstart 3.1 rom, and boot into Workbench 3.1 with the folder the game files are in set up as a hard drive. The readme that comes with demo says it needs to be installed to a hard drive. There are two icons in the folder, one to install to HD, one to run the game. If I run the installer, I get this : If I try to run the game, I get this : Here is the file structure of the folder I set up as a hard drive. If anyone can help, that would be amazing. There is no information about the game seemingly anywhere on the internet. I'd like to be able to make a youtube video about it or something, or at least be able to see it running again. I can provide the files if you need them to try and get it running. Thanks!!
  5. I loved Card Fighers Clash on the NGPC. As well as a few of you do too. So imagine my exitement when the game popped back into my head today whilst bored at work, then I found a cheap Android Emulator on Google Play and snaffled the SNK version online. But what else is this I stumble upon? A blog about Cardfighters Clash 2, which was never released outside of Japan due to SNK crashing and burning, leaving some poor soul called Flavor to take it upon himself and a motley crew to translate the whole thing into English. Why did I never hear about this in 2008?! I had no kids then and a lot more time on my hands, FFS. Anyway, I just thought I'd post this link to his blog, which has an interesting interview with him around how he went about it all. And if anyone is interesed in searching for it, it's not rocket science. There's no direct links to anything funny Mods, if you're watching. http://cfc2english.blogspot.co.uk/
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