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  • Name: SNEmulDS
  • Description: SNES Emulator for DS
  • Rating: Rating4.5.gif
  • Latest version: 0.6 alpha
  • Author(s): Archeide
  • URL: SNEmulDS Homepage
  • Download: click here

0.6 alpha-

The preview-alpha version of SNEmulDS 0.6 is now available for all the brave testers around the world!

The GUI artworks are not ready, so you have a “naked” and not very pretty GUI, but at least, you have the multi languages support!

You can check if your language is correct. You can choose one of the language in the firmware or some language by editing the snemul.cfg :

  1. Language of GUI
  2. -1 -> Use firmware settings

Firmware languages:

  1. 0 -> Japanese (Katakana only)
  2. 1 -> English
  3. 2 -> French
  4. 3 -> German
  5. 4 -> Italian
  6. 5 -> Spanish

Non firmware languages:

  1. 106 -> Portuguese
  2. 107 -> Catalan
  3. 108 -> Polish
  4. 109 -> Dutch
  5. 110 -> Danish

Various External RAM packages can be used to improve large rom emulation, see snemul.cfg for more informations.

Scaling support has three modes : - Full screen : nearly like snezzids - Half scaling : “smart” scaling, only reduce half the backgrounds, and doesn’t squish sprites. It looks quite fine in games. - No scaling : no scaling at all, classic SNEmulDS mode, still default

Here is the complete list of changes compated to 0.5 beta:

- New GUI using framebuffer for sub screen - Better human interface, improved file selector (alphabetical sorted), buttons, check boxes, multi choose zones, etc. - New GUI supports joypad (joypad is not supported when emulator is running however). - Multi language support (more than 10 supported, including katakan japanese !) - Memory pak support (Opera RAM, Slot 2 card reader, etc. using libram) with paging or with large ROM mapping - Scaling with pseudo bi-linear filtering and sprites squishing : full screen scaling (like snezzids), half scaling (half scaled and without sprites squishing), and no scaling (classic snemulds mode) - Autiomatic SRAM saving when needed - Some other bugfixes and improvements in GUI

See also