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Heart of the Alien Redux

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Heart of the Alien Redux Shin-NiL is back and he has ported Heart of the Alien Redux to Dingux Quote Installation You'll need the original Sega CD game files. The script "hota.dge" is ready to run the game iso + mp3 format. For that, just copy the iso file and all files in mp3 format of the game to the "hota" folder, same folder where the script "hota.dge" is located. Now just run the file "hota.dge" with your favorite application launcher. If necessary, edit the script "hota.dge" according to your needs, see the options available in the README. Controls Y - Shoot, hold to run B - Use the whip A - Jump L - Quicksave (1 slot) R - Quickload X - Speed up the game Select - Quit game or jump animation Discuss it here: http://boards.dingoonity.org/dingux-release

openMSX 0.8.2 Dingux released

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openMSX 0.8.2 released Lots of fixes and small improvements! Quote openMSX 0.8.2—Small Guy— mostly fixes loads of bugs and adds many smaller features and improvements. Please read the release notes for details. Discuss it here: http://boards.dingoonity.org/dingux-releases/openmsx-0-8-2-released!/ openmsx-0.8.2-dingux-bin.zip Author/Porter: openMSX Team (andete, m9710797, manuelbi, mthuurne, turbor) Download: http://downloads.sourceforge.net/openmsx/openmsx-0.8.2-dingux-bin.zip Download Source: http://downloads.sourceforge.net/openmsx/openmsx-0.8.2.tar.gz

BAFelton’s JXD S601 mini review

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Translated from French: It's a google translation of the french text : http://caanoo.forumactif.org/t2531-test-jxd-s601 SPECIFICATIONS Size: 170 * 75 * 17mm Weight: 192g Storage: 4GB Chip ARM: Cortex: A91GCPU, ARMMali4003DgraphicsaccelerationhardwareGPU, 512MBDDR3 Operate System: Android2.3, Flash10.3supported WLAN WiFi (802.11b/g/n) Screen: 4.3 "resistivetouchscreen resolution: 480x272 Gravity: 3AxisGravitySensor Camera: 0.3M, supportvideorecording Video: RMVB, AVI, MPEG4, ASP, DIVX, WMV, F4VandFLVetc. TV-OUT: Support TV-out via upgrade Audio: MP3, WMA, FLAC, APPandOGGetc. E-book: PDF, TXT, CHM, HTML etc and UMD. Picture: Support JPG, BMP, PNG etc.. Picture browsing and slide show Battery: 2300mALi-ion supportvideoandsurfingtheInternetforabout5hours Connec

ScummVM 1.4.1 "Subwoofer Release" Is Available!

The ScummVM Team is pleased to announce ScummVM 1.4.1, a maintenance only release that fixes several bugs in 1.4.0. The most notable changes in this release are:     Support for the Beneath a Steel Sky Enhanced Soundtrack by James Woodcock     Slight graphical improvement for the PlayStation version of Broken Sword 2     Several bugfixes for Lands of Lore     More logical sound settings for SCI games     A fixed crash in the VGA version of Quest for Glory 1 The full list of changes can be found in the release notes and the release binaries for many platforms are located on our downloads page. Enjoy! Download now!

One open handheld comparison chart to rule them all

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BAFelton and crew have posted a stunning chart that sets out every major “open handheld” available today: I can’t begin to think how long the above took to make! Go here for the original in google docs format. Discuss here: http://boards.dingoonity.org/other-game-systems/open-handhelds-comparison-sheet/msg36432/?topicseen#new

DeenOx’s monster YDPG18 Review

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Not really new, but Deen0X has written an fantastically in-depth review in Spanish of the Yinlips YDPG18, covering just about everything to do withthe hardware side of this system. Highly recommended: http://www.gp32spain.com/foros/showthread.php?t=87985 You can suffer through the Google translation from the original Spanish here: Hi all. I already know some of the forums elotrolado.net, and I wanted to share the review I made ​​this console in this forum. Thanks to Anarchy has expanded the ability of characters per message, and now I can post here the review, previously tried to post it, but the engine of the forum will not let me. Then copy and paste the original content of the review, was updated to 09/01/2012. Try to keep updated this thread, but to check for updates you can check the original thread that is where the update, or my blog which is where the drafts and actualizacoines generlo of the reviews. (I hope the above is not considered spam) =======

Alien Grey posts new firmware for Dingoo A380

New Dingoo A380 firmware backup/unbricker. Enabled NEO-GEO zip support. Enabled CPS1 fba support. Download and extract the Dingoo A380 FBA Conversion Tool from Dingoo Technology. Copy the neogeo.zip from the rom folder to your Dingoo A380 neogeo folder with your neogeo rom zips. It's also possible to convert CPS1 zip files to fba to store them in the Dingoo A380 CPS1 folder. I also tried to enable sg support for SEGA Master System but it didn't work. There' only sound and no graphics. I've tried to fix the emulator option issues but it also didn't work. It's strange that there's only 1.8mb of free space on the ext2 partition. It should be enough to save the emulator configuration files but it's impossible to copy them all to the EXT2 partition. Some of the files on the EXT2 are corrupt. I think that the reason why emulator settings can't be saved and some of the o

Chip’s mini review of JXD7100 (with capacitive screen)

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Chip has posted a concise and informative review about the JXD7100 that get’s straight to the money shots: I have both the G18 and S7100.  As seems to be standard with Chinese PMPs, neither are perfect. The S7100 has a much better dpad.  It's an actual dpad with a pivot in the middle, not just four buttons arranged like one.  I't not the greatest dpad in the world, but it's not so bad as to completely ruin the experience (like the G18).  The buttons on the S7100 feel better overall, with less squishiness and less "sticking" due to better tolerances on the buttons/holes.   I got the S7100 with the capacitive screen, and that's really the only way to go these days.  I find the resistive screen on the G18 to be it's biggest weakness.  That said, 7" is really too big for 800x480 resolution.  Perhaps I'm just spoiled by high resolution smartphones and the 1024x600 IPS panel in the nook color, but the pixels on the S7

qbertaddict’s guide – How to install bitrider’s new YDPG18 Firmware

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qbertaddict’s video is a great guide as always: As you can see from the post below, there is now some real potential for Android 2.3.4 to be released soon, if some clever community members do their clever thing … however, while we wait, I wouldn’t hesitate using in Bitrider’s new firmware.

Another YDPG18 with Gingerbread reported

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Chip on Jan 26, 2012 04:16 PMin a comment here : I just got my G18 today, and I can confirm gingerbread also. http://i.imgur.com/Po3MN.jpg They are out there! Chip, bitrider posted this message on the Spanish GP32 forums yesterday – would you care to try this?: Well, to try to pave the way for everyone who receives a console with a firmware higher than we have and want to collaborate, I created a small application that simplifies the process. Instructions: - Rootea console - Install the attached application - Run the application and wait for it to end, may take a few minutes. - If all went well end up with a message: "Success!" and files in the folder will FirmwareDump micro-SD. - Copy the folder FirmwareDump micro-SD to PC, compress it and let me go. The folder contains two files "boot.img" (the kernel) and "system. tar "(the rest of the OS).

Android 2.3 Gingerbread IS on Yinlips YDPG18 after all!

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Kudos to jlpotocki from the Dingoo-Scene YDPG18 Forums for confirming that his recently shipped Yinlips YDPG18 (old model was ordered) comes with none other than Android Gingerbread 2.3! jlpotocki obtained the first available imaging device he could and sent through these pics: And a video! : Android 2.3 has the potential to resolve the controller combo issues that have been experienced on this device, and may result in the analog stick really acting like an analog stick! Now for a dump and update! jlpotocki, you da man today! UPDATE 28/1/12: Sadly, it may be the case that new YDPG18 hardware models were shipped instead of the old ones, which would explain why 2.3 is on them … stay tuned

New Dingoo Wiki – Welcome to the Dingoonity wiki

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The new Dingoonity Wiki is now live! January 25, 2012, 04:27:38 PM by omgmog After a couple of months without a Wiki, Dingoonity has now launched its own hosted Dingoonity Wiki. You can access the wiki through the old 'Wiki' link in the Dingoonity header menu , or by going to http://wiki.dingoonity.org If you've already got an account on the boards you can use your username/password to log in to the wiki and get contributing! Currently we've got a partial backup of the old wiki (from April 2011) on the boards, but in time hopefully the new wiki will be full of useful information!

JXD S601 running Onlive smoothly with dpad – Batman Arkham City, Assasin’s Creed Brotherhood and Fear 3!

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Watch and salivate – JXD S601 running Onlive smoothly with dpad – Batman Arkham City, Assasin’s Creed Brotherhood and Fear 3! - thanks again to BAFelton!

BA Felton video tests of JXD S601!

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Including a wealth of great information, and a size comparison with the YDP G18!

Pictures of JXD S601

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BAFelton has posted 2 piccys of the JXD 601 … merci, BAFelton: For the Market, just use the same tutorial of the G18 by QbertAddict . For you ruffnuts Video coming.

Puzzletube

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Puzzletube A Puzzlegame. On a tube! Licence: GPL and MPL Operating Systems: Dingoo Linux Download