Category: emulators

yuzu Git (2019/12/12)
emulators

yuzu Git (2019/12/12)

yuzu Git (2019/12/12) is complied. yuzu is a work-in-progress Nintendo Switch emulator. yuzu is an open-source project, licensed under the GPLv2 (or any later version). yuzu has been designed with portability in mind, with builds available for Windows, Linux, and macOS. The project was started in spring of 2017 by bunnei, one of the original authors of the popular Citra 3DS emulator, to experiment with and research the Nintendo Switch. Due to the similarities between Switch and 3DS, yuzu was developed as a fork of Citra. This means that it uses the same project architecture, and both emulators benefit from sharead improvements. During the early months of development, work was done in private, and progress was slow. However, as Switch reverse-engineering and homebrew development became popular, work on yuzu began to take off as well.…More read more

SSF PreviewVer R12
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SSF PreviewVer R12

SSF PreviewVer R12 is released. SSF is a Sega Saturn emulator for Windows systems using DirectX 9.0b. The current version claims near-complete implementation of the Sega Saturn hardware (not counting emulation bugs), and can emulate the Saturn based Sega Titan Video arcade hardware too. As with most emulators, CDs or disc images are not included and have to be owned separately. The BIOS is also not included; as of 0.07 Beta R3, games run without the BIOS however. The usage of BIOS files is optional but recommended for better compatibility, and needed for tasks such as management of the contents of the internal memory of the Sega Saturn, or setting the system clock.…More read more

Nin v0.6
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Nin v0.6.2

Nin v0.6.2 is released. Nin is an advanced Nintendo Entertainement System and Famicom emulator that is actively being developped. Right now, the emulator is not very polished on the UX side, but can run many games without issues. A gamepad is supported. The exact mapping will depend on the vendor's layout. On a keyboard, the arrows are mapped to the NES D-Pad, Space is Select, Enter is Start, Z is A and X is B. Multiple controllers or other kinds of controller are not currently supported.…More read more