Monday, September 28, 2009

More videos of Gnuboy, soon finished

Here’s yet another cool video from joyrider showing Gnuboy running on native OS. Since this video was made, loading times are much faster and it has frameskip functionality (good for a few GBC games which doesn’t run in full speed).

here's another video of gnuboy, showing the menu, and some games, the savestates (9 per game), the frames (which can be personalised per game) in non fullscreen mode and the fullscreen mode in action. I did notice a bug with the frame not being loaded after the loading screen (while recording this video) so will fix that. All that's left todo is some twiddling with the sound. And perhaps if i can find it the slowdown that occasionally occurs during a game (which isn't fps related unless my fps counter doesn't work hehe ;) )

 

12 comments :

  1. The FPS counter will be turned off/toggleable, yes?

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  2. This looks awesome! Will it have tv out functionality?

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  3. the video's are recorded using tv out so yes it does, although it seems to run a bit a slower then. (haven't really tested it anymore now since i made the last video, and some diffrent changes have been applied since then)

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  4. It's looking great, thanks for your hard work.

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  5. uhhhhhhhh! thanksssss!!!

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  6. That really is awesome. Yes, THANK YOU!

    Look, I'll be the first to agree that The Dingoo A320 has capabilities far beyond what is being asked of it here.
    I think I can speak for many fans of portable gaming however, when i say that that this fantastic device just doesn't seem COMPLETE with out a good working GB/GBC emulator for the native OS.

    I know this great emulator will soon carry over to Dingux and both will have the same awesome capability, but a drop-in-and-run solution benefits every single person carrying an A320, even before they've installed Dingux.

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  7. Sweeeet, can´t wait to check it out! :D

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  8. I was happy with the Dingux version and this version adds even more features.
    Excellent work! Thanks!!!

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  9. I can see in the video that you managed to start the emulator by selecting two different file extensions (.gb and .gbc) in the dingoo browser. If the version of gnuboy you ported has working zip support maybe you could register also something like .gb.zip or similar so zipped roms would work.

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  10. Banana, I'm confused as to why you want zip support for gb games. They take up hardly any space as is. Also if it supported zip extensions, it would compete with the cps1.sim emulator and neither would work.

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  11. Well... :-) when you copy 5000 games (only for gameboy) they do take space. You are right that .gb.zip is bad if it considers extensions from last dot so then something like .gb_z would be better (if it supports more than 3 characters). Of course some sort if 7z support (for goodsets) would be a dream but I think it would be too much (I think for Dingux should be feasible if fuse avfs can run).

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