Homebrew coder Pate has released a new version of DSx86, a feature-pack DOS emulator for the Nintendo DS.
New IRQ handling using self-modifying code, which makes the whole emulator about 8% faster than before. More info in my previous blog post.
Keyboard handling changed to support extended key codes. This will allow the mapping of some new keys like the right control key to an NDS button. Again more info in my previous blog post.
Screen update mode "Direct" was removed. It was only used in the MCGA mode, and it only speeded up certain games (Wing Commander series, mostly) by a small amount. Having that mode around meant I had to write double code for all MCGA/VGA graphics memory and BIOS operations, so now I finally got fed up with doing that.
AdLib emulation changed from effective 13-bit waveforms to 15-bit waveforms (and full 16-bit with rhythm instruments), which means that AdLib audio now has quadruple volume.
Fixed the BLASTER environment variable to state the SB type as T3 (SB 2.0) instead of T4 (SB Pro 2.0), as only mono audio is supported. Some games (Hocus Pocus, for example) attempted to use stereo FM sound when the type was T4, resulting in no AdLib audio.
Graphics problems in Gods are fixed.
Some new EGA opcodes added.
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pokemini Homebrew coder justburner has released a new version of pokemini, a portable Pokemon mini emulator built for the Nintendo DS
ScummVM DS Just a few days after the last update, Neil Millstone (agentq) has once again released a new version of ScummVM DS, bumping it up to v0
ScummVM DS 1.0.0 RC1 ScummVM DS 1.0.0 RC1 Changelog:
ScummVM DS 1.0.0 RC1
- Fixed crash when returning to launcher from AGI games
ScummVM DS 1.0
It's beeen a while since we last heard from from homebrew coder Alekmaul, but now he's back to release a new version of AmeDS, a Amstrad CPC 6128 emulator for the Nintendo DS.
+ Switch over to DevKit r30 and libnds 1.4.3
# Changing the sound engine
# Change the URL to download the games to http://www.cpc-power
CrocoDS Alpha The Amstrad CPC (Color Personal Computer) was a series of 8-bit home computers from the 80s and early 90s
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