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Discussion in 'Wii - Emulation and Homebrew' started by Wiimpathy, Mar 23, 2018.
@Wiimpathy spiderman is working perfect on the latest Core D update. Thanks man!
@Wiimpathy Since the CoreD update, shooting games like Jurassic park or Alien3: the gun, have no sound. And it's a shame because its playability is perfect with the latest updates. Once again, a thousand thanks for your work, so taken to the limit of arcade emulation to the wii, you think it would be possible to emulate in wii a mame after the MAME2003?, is to see if some games that in the MAME2003 give problems that have been corrected in versions of mame after the MAME2003 work better
Wiimpathy, Thanks a lot for this amazing achivement.
Anybody knows if there is a way to use that cores over Wiiflow as I do with other retroarch cores (fbalpha2012_CPS1, CPS2, Neogeo)?
I tried with Mame 2000 core too, but I couldn't with this either.
Yes its possible, I use wiiflow master mod, search for wiiflow master mod on google
Thanks Cecilmax, but I'm using "WiiFlow v4.2.3 MasterMod Pack".
Then it is weird, because I've edited the mame plugin to use the mame-2000 or mame-2003 cores. When I try to play a game I get a black screen. After that, wiiflow restarts. However, When I use any other retroarch cores (fbalpha2012_CPS1, CPS2, Neogeo) I can play them with no problem
This is my mame-wii.ini file:
The dol file is in /WiiFlow/plugins and I've verified the romdir is correct (I can choose the roms in wiiflow so the path is ok) The name of the dol file is right too.
I can play the games located in Retroarch/mame2003/RomsCoreD using retroarch from HomeBrewChannel.
I forked MAME2003 Plus and added many drivers for hacked games, especially the CPS games. If you have any interest in hacks, you can take a look.
hmm, does it work with original core with wiiflow ?
set it up to work with original core and if its work, try to just replace the dol file with the new CoreD version but keep the same name, just rename the file.
Congratulations on the work!
Where can I download this modification made by you?
The arguments are different for retroarch, it should be:
There are 2 distinct args, the | is a kind of seperator.
Ok cool. I wanted to post a capcom core too some days ago. As you know there are a few games that don't work in fba and are ok in mame2003, bionic commando for example. But to be honest, these split cores are really hard to maintain alone, the latest updates didn't go very well either(mk drivers gives weird compile errors).
Maybe you have to wait for Wiimpathy's build. I only built the ones for Raspberry Pi 3.
Thanks! It works.
The rom packs linked to in the video description lack some of the ones listed in the compatibility list text files in Compat.zip. Is that deliberate? If so, is it because you checked that the ones you left out do not work properly?
@Wiimpathy, I am curious about what seem some discrepancies between compatibility according to driverwii.c and the coreX.txt files (I have tested none; I am simply trying to gather a rom set particular to this release). Could you review whether they are OK as they are?:
As for core B, driverwii.c lists `tetrist` commented out, yet it is included in coreB.txt.
As for coreC, driverwii.c lists a bunch of roms inside
/* Williams/Midway games */
yet they are included in coreC.txt too.
As for coreD, driverwii.c lists a bunch of roms under
/* Sega System 16 games */
// Not working
/* not working */
/* the following don't work at all */
which are nevertheless not commented out, and are included in coreD.txt too.
Also, driverwii.c lists `sonicbom` commented out, and `arescue` inside `#if 0`, yet both are included in CoreD.txt too.
Also, CoreD.txt includes some that are not listed at all in driverwii.c as rom but referred to with their title inside a comment. What in driverwii.c is:
/* Diet GoGo MAY (c) 1993 */
/* Pocket Gal DX MAZ (c) 1993 */
/* Boogie Wings/The Great Ragtime Show MBD (c) 1993 */
/* Double Wings MBE (c) 1993 Mitchell */
in CoreD.txt becomes:
Lastly, CoreD.txt, lists a rom named `.zip` which I guess is a mistake.
As for core E, CoreE.txt includes `hcrash.zip` and `hcrashc.zip`, which are not listed in driverwii.c.
As for core F, CoreF.txt includes `teetert.zip`, which is not listed in driverwii.c.
As for core G, both driverwii.c & CoreG.txt list `rockn`, but only the latter includes `rockna.zip`, `rockn2.zip`, `rockn3.zip`, & `rockn4.zip` too.
Also, CoreG.txt includes `inyourfa.zip`, `wingforc.zip`, `packbang.zip` and `dynagear.zip`, which are not listed in driverwii.c.
Also, what in driverwii.c is only a mention of a title commented out:
/* Thunder Hoop */ /* (c) 1992 - Ref 922804/1 */
in CoreG.txt becomes:
Also, while both driverwii.c & CoreG.txt list `brapboys`, only the latter includes in `brapboysj.zip`.
Same with both listing `vasara` but only CoreG.txt including `vasara2.zip` and `vasara2a.zip`.
Same with both listing `asurabld` but only CoreG.txt including `asurabus.zip`.
Same with both listing `countrun` and `countrnb` but only CoreG.txt including `countrb2.zip`.
Lastly, all thoughout driverwii.c there are quite a few titles referred to in comments, without listing their roms, and those roms are neither included in their respective CoreX.txt.
The compat .txt aren't 100% correct. There were generated with simple scripts at one point. Also between mame versions, there are differences(mk games don't work in 0.3) and maybe .txt weren't updated.
And with thousands games, I haven't tested all of them myself!
I understand that. I was not asking about what actually works, but about what is actually loadable at all (even if emulation ends up not working partially or at all). I guess that would translate to what there is a proper driver for, right? And in that case, am I right then in taking driverwii.c as the canonical answer for what roms are in and which ones are out?
You're right, just look at driverwii.c
Does a Wii version exist with just the Midway drivers for Mortal Kombat games?
In this thread : https://gbatemp.net/threads/mame-2003-retroarch-cores.497217/
Pretty cool, thanks for pointing out the thread. It's only lacking the Wolf Unit but it will be cool nevertheless to play Mortal Kombat 2+ on the Wii.
In fact, you have several choices :
- in MAME2003-WII-0.2 CoreC there are all playable midway games. Performance isn't good for mk3...
- Mame2000. Drivers are incomplete.
- You'll find several builds in this thread : https://gbatemp.net/threads/question-about-mame-etc-and-240p.397200/
The sound is very low by default, you can change the volume cf. https://gbatemp.net/threads/question-about-mame-etc-and-240p.397200/page-2#post-5726764
There's also a libretro midway core that you'll find in attachement. Performance in mk3 at least is rather good. I wanted to make a custom midway core with the speedhacks but grew very tired of all this mame stuff.
I also uploaded a Capcom core if some of you are still interested. Bionic commando and others not compatible in FBA are playable.
Mame2003_midway source code