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Discussion in '3DS - Homebrew Development and Emulators' started by bubble2k16, Jan 6, 2018.
that happens with all of bubble's emulators, every single one.
Doesn't happen with SNES9X as of the latest update.
I remember a fellow forum was talking about how the screen stretch isn't working for H32 games. Can't seem to find that post anymore. I just wanted to ask a quick question: Does anyone know if the Sega Genesis has games that ever utilized both H32 (256x224) / H40 (320x224) resolutions in a single frame?
Yes. One example is Golden Axe.
Nice. Thanks. Am trying to see if I could shortcut the thing by assuming it's always H32/H40 per frame. Looks like I can't now.
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I just tried Golden Axe. It runs H32 in the title, and H40 in-game. But does it have both modes in a single frame? Is there a particular level or screen that does that?
Oh, both in a single frame? Nope, not possible.
Ok great. That makes my job a little simpler.
Hi guys, I'm releasing a quick beta 3dsx version for anyone who wishes to test.
You can download from below.
Edit: Clicked "Post" too quickly. Forgot to add the change log:
- Support for Mega CD. You can actually play Sonic CD on O3DS (but setting frameskip to 1 to 2). It's choppy due to the skipped frames, but playable if you can tolerate that.
- Very minor optimizations and bug fixes for YM2612 FM emulation
- Now saves SRAM
- Sound generation lag resolved (but I'll need someone to tell me if it really sounds better)
- Default frame rate for multi-region games to 60FPS
- Added option to force frame rate to 60/50 FPS
- Fixed screen stretch for H32/H40 games.
- Added more screen stretch options for PAL aspect ratio.
- 6 button support
- And some minor stuff here and there that I forgot.
@bubble2k16 Where do we put the bios files?
Oh good point, haha, forgot to mention that. It should be inside
The valid US BIOS file names are:
EU BIOS file names:
JP BIOS file names:
If you can't find the BIOS with those file names, you can simply just rename it to any one of the 4 filenames that matches the BIOS's region.
Thanks man, I'll test it out.
Just wanted to add that CD games will probably work better on the N3DS.
@bubble2k16 it actually works pretty good on my end, if you set it to no frame skipping, it plays smoothly, but the audio lags, but i noticed if you load another game while in the emulator, it crashes back to the 3ds menu
Popful mail works really well
Wow, Sega CD running at decent framerate on o3ds???
That was unexpected... :o
Aww no .cia
I'm sure that will come soon
really? huh, havent checked on latest, my bad
I don't have an O3DS, so thanks for the report!
So far I tried a few games and they work really good on o3ds, thanks guys.