11 March 2016 - Forum Rules
Started by sluffy, February 10, 2018, 11:25:45 PM
Quote from: JackMonty on February 19, 2018, 09:19:28 AMA big thank you to everyone who is working on patches for the official canoe emulator - some real great stuff going on here!I wanted to ask if anyone has tried Parodius Non-Sense Fantasy. I added the PAL version as well as using a PAL to NTSC Patch but it still sounds horrible (choppy sound). Does this stem from the fact canoe cannot handle some PAL games even if patched to NTSC?Any hindsight would be welcomed!
QuoteRevised English Patch Release – October 21, 2010 (V1.01)Our Slayers patch is fully compatible with SNES hardware including copiers such as the Super Wildcard DX2. For PC-based playing options, BSNES 060 is the recommended emulator of choice. Due to its true-to-hardware core coding, BSNES should execute all game features flawlessly. Our patch has also been tested successfully with SnesGT.At this time ZSNES and SNES9x do not appear to support some game features in Slayers, especially simulated battery saves (SRAMs). However, these older but venerable emulators should support basic game play through the use of save-states.
Quote from: sluffy on February 18, 2018, 05:49:12 PMhttp://s000.tinyupload.com/index.php?file_id=20793490722289590306Asking for Gaia cursor tester. Praying a bit my lessons in window theory works.
Quote from: sluffy on February 18, 2018, 05:49:12 PMMicro Machines 2 engine sound ... does this infinite loop start after race is done? Or mid-game?
QuoteWow! Apologies for the towering wall of text. I just wanted to be as clear and specific as possible. Hopefully it will help at least a tiny bit.
Quote from: sluffy on February 20, 2018, 05:59:23 PMCould Canoe not be loading the sram save.. because of file name oddity?"Front Mission Series - Gun Hazard (Japan).sfc" ==> "Gun Hazard (Japan).sfc""Kirby's Dream Land 3 (USA).sfc" ==> "Dream Land 3 (USA).sfc"(Forgot what Japan name is, suppose saves are borked there too)...Lemmings -- is there a short animation of flickering in action? Exactly which frames it happens could give clue. Can't find this bug in emus
Quote from: sluffy on February 21, 2018, 12:36:21 PMAlright. Was just wondering if - or ' in file name caused dumb loading error. Sounds like no though. Lemmings = ah, okay. That makes some sense. Now mostly interested if cursor changes sync together with other sprite changes (like torches).https://www.sendspace.com/file/dcdrc9USA Gaia replacement cursor. Should cover every little crack this game hid a clip window trick.Got a question on why even bother making these patches. I'm mostly snes9x / Geiger user. Bsnes(+) not so much except for emergencies. There's good handful of things that break 9x still, or it's popular 2010 port. And enough of these are targeted at Canoe. Maybe Ninty will pick up a few cues and fix some their own bugs for release (these open source patch changes are so banal they can't be copyrighted). Also if there's a workable hack, there's less complaining allowed.And I prefer snes9x for its "unlimited" sprite feature. Plus hacky souped up build that gives zsnes 8-tap audio interpolation.
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