Misc. News: I'm back...
14:20: You might have noticed that I haven't been posting as regularly as I probably should, but that's gonna change right now. Those who are interested in why I've been gone... I've been unlucky job-wise. My last job, McDonalds, ended in a rather nasty way, and as a result, I'm jobless. Which means two things:
In any case, keep sending in those news bits, especially the homebrewn ROM ones, and I hope to start work on the new version of the FAQ. I'd like to say "thank you" to everyone who supported me, online or off, and a big thank you to our many visitors for visiting ZD!
Utility Release: SMB2 Level Discombobulator 0.86
14:14: This program is updated yet again with the following improvements:
The SMB2 Level Discombobulator will be included with the Translation & ROM Hacking utilities when Inverse's newly updated & revamped section debuts, but in the mean time, you can download it from Acmlm's ROM Hack Domain You can download it from acmlm's ROM hack domain
Thanks to the many people who sent us the news.
Emulator Release: Hu-Go 1.22
15:38: A new version of Hu-Go, a TurboGrafx 16 emulator for DOS, has been released, and here's what's new:
Get it at the TurboGrafx 16 page.
Translation News: SMB2 Level Discombobulator 0.83 Released!
14:40: Acmlm's SMB2 Level Discombobulator has been updated to version 0.83 and includes some impressive new features.
The SMB2 Level Discombobulator will be included with the Translation & ROM Hacking utilities when the newly updated & revamped section debuts, but in the mean time, you can download it from Acmlm's ROM Hack Domain
Site News: Save & Music archives updated
11:10: Yeah, it's been a while, but here it is. The highlight of this update is a lot of new NSFs from Izumi.'s music page. The newly planned GB and PSX archives won't be added until a bit later.
Save archives updated: GS0, NeoRAGEx, NSM, STA, SRM, CHT, ZMV, ZST archives.
Game music archives updated: GYM, NSF, SPC archives.
Site News: Translation Section Nearing Completion
14:24: Just dropping another post to let everyone know the status of the upgraded translation section. Every section except for SNES has been completely caught up and redesigned. Once the SNES section is redone, all shall be unveiled. Hopefully, everyone will like the new look of the translation section. And for those of you that have been submitting translation news, fear not. Your words haven't been ignored, they're simply being held off for the opening of the new translation section. After all, why update a section that will be gone in a couple of days?
Utility Release: Rom Corruptor v0.4 released
10:34: Rom Corruptor, a utility that allows you to corrupt specific ranges of data in your ROM files for Win9x, has been updated to version 0.4. Here's what's new:
You can download this utility from the General Utilities area.
Emulator Release: CCS64 2.0b
16:27: Another beta of CCS64, a Commodore 64 emulator for Windows/DOS, has been released, and here's what's new:
Get it at the C64 page. Thanks to Joe Bucci for the news.
Misc. News: GuildFTPd 0.97
15:24: A new version of a wonderful FTP Server for Windows 9x\NT\2000 has been released! Here is what's new in this version:
You can download the new version at the GuildFTPd homepage.
Emulator Release: Genital 0.2
15:11: A new version of Genital, a Genesis emulator for DOS, has been released, and here's what's new:
You can get it or learn more about it at the Genesis page. Thanks to VGN for the news.
Site News: Voice Your Opinion on Revamping the Emulator Pages
14:12: As everybody knows, the emulator pages are in dire need of major updates. I've started a thread on the General Emulation board with my ideas for accomplishing this. It would be much appreciated if everyone would go read my ideas and offer your own suggestions on how to accomplish what will surely be a monumental task.
Voice Your Opinion on Revamping the Emulator Pages
Site News: News Submission & Questions
12:23: Lately, there have been a LOT of people using the News Submission form for asking questions. This takes away from the time we put into updating news because we have to sort through all the questions looking for actual news. You're also most likely going to have your question ignored because we're trying to update the news at the time and don't have time to answer individual questions. You'd be much better off using the Message Boards to asking questions.
For general emulation questions:
ZMD1: General Emulation
For non-emulation questions:
Talk of the Town
For ROM hacking and translation questions:
The ROM Hack Board
For next generation gaming questions:
Next-Generation Emulation Board
You're much more likely to get your questions answered on the Message Boards than you will by using the news submission form. We wish we could answer everyone's questions personally, but if we did that, there'd be no time left to update the site. So to help us improve ZD, please stop using the news submission form for personal questions and head to the message boards. We'd much appreciate it and it will help us improve ZD for everyone.
Emulator Release: NLMSX 0.25
12:12: It looks like today will be a good day for emulator releases! A new version of NLMSX, an MSX emulator for Windows, has been released. Here's what's new in 0.25:
Thanks to Samor for the word. You can download NLMSX 0.25 from the MSX emulators page.
Emulator Release: Megasis 0.05
11:43: A new version of Megasis, a great Sega Genesis emulator for Windows, has been released. Here's what's new in version 0.05:
Thanks to Baklasaur for the news. You can download Megasis 0.05 from the Genesis emulators page.
Emulator Release: Corn 0.29
11:20: ContraSF has released version 0.29 of one of the better N64 emulators out there, Corn. New games supported in Corn 0.29 are as follows:
The following new features and bugfixes are present:
Thanks to Peter Dalton of EmuHQ.com for the news. You can download Corn 0.29 from the N64 emulators page.
Emulator Release: Anex86 2.15b
07:08: A new version of Anex86, a PC-98 emulator for Windows, has been released. I don't know what's new since only the Japanese homepage has been updated lately.
You can download it from the PC-98 emulators page.
Frontend News: MAME SFE v. 1.2 Released
00:44: The Dragon Keeper's excellent MAME frontend MAME SFE was updated a to v. 1.2 couple months back, but we just got to it now. Please, if we didn't get to your update, Zophar's going through his list, and he'll get to it at some point. Also, if you somehow get into contact with a ZD staffer, I'm sure they'd be happy to put it on. Just keep one thing in mind -- we'll get it on here. :)
Anyway, here's what's (relatively) new:
You can go pick it up from the Arcade Frontends page.
Thanks to The Dragon Keeper for taking time to remind us. :P
Translation News: Translation Section Status
20:41: Just wanted to fill everyone in on the status of the translation section. I've been going through all of the e-mails and checking various places to make sure that we have the translation section completely caught up. Rather than adding them to the current sections, I'm going to wait and add them to the completely redesigned section that will be unveiled soon. The new section looks completely different from the current state of ZD and once we've tweaked all the bugs, we'll unleash it upon the unsuspecting public. Oh, I guess since I just warned you, you won't be so unsuspecting, but oh well. If people like the look of the new translation section, we'll begin morphing the rest of the site in a similar manner. If you don't like it, then I guess we'll just return it to it's current, rather ugly state, albeit more up-to-date. So stay tuned, because in another day or two, the fate of ZD (or at least it's appearance) will be in your hands.
Emulator Release: Z80Stealth v. 0.200
20:26: A new version of the ZX Spectrum emulator, Z80Stealth, was released today. Here's news on the new stuff that the emulator packs this time around:
Wow -- nice big update. Hope you Speccy fans are happy. :)
You can go pick Z80Stealth v. 0.200 at the Sinclair/QL Emulators page.
Emulator Release: Gens v0.5 released
19:15: Gens, an Sega Genesis emulator for Win9x, has been updated to version 0.5. Here's what's new from the readme.txt:
Greendog, Samurais Shodow, Eternals Champions ... works correctly with Starscream. - little speed improvement.
Landstaker blank line fixed, Outrun back working with my 68000 core, ...
Try it out now in the Genesis Emulators area.
Misc. News: You want 3D? You've got 3D.
18:18: nVidia, the graphics processor company famous for it's Voodoo-ousting TNT graphics processors, today announced the GeForce 2. The GeForce 2 has per-pixel shading, as well as a second-generation texture and lighting engine, OpenGL and Direct3D support, and support for multimedia extensions of Intel and AMD chips. Look for the GeForce 2 GTS in a store near you... you know I will. *drool*...
Media News: Video Games Cause Violence?
15:33: I know how much all of you like reading little bits of news about how video games are going to rot our brains and make us hyper-violent slugs. Just for you, our buddy Cait Sith found another article in his local newspaper, and he wasted precious moments of his life scanning it for us.
You can take a look a look at the article here.
Thanks to Cait Sith for the scan.
Emulator Release: Squeem v. 0.06
15:06: ZD recently found out about a new emulator for both DOS and Windows, going under the name Squeem (nothing to do with Bleem!). Here are a few features that the emu has going for it in its latest incarnation (v. 0.06):
It's not a perfect emulator by any means, but it does have its moments to shine.
You can pick Squeem up at the NES Emulators page.
Misc. News: Back To The Roots - New Domain
13:46: Back To The Roots, a great site for downloading Amiga games and demos, can now be reached at www.back2roots.org. Back To The Roots have tons of freeware and shareware Amiga games as well as many commercial games which they've obtained licenses from the publishers to offer free of charge. So if you're an Amiga enthusiast or just interested in finding out what all the fuss about Amiga is, now you know where to go for the software.
Emulator News: Javanese 0.2003 changelist
11:02: Yesterday, we posted about the new release of Javanese, a NES emulator written in JAVA. Today, we have the list of changes:
In case you missed it yesterday, you can download Javanese 0.2003 from the NES emulators for JAVA page.
Misc. News: New WinAmp skin added..
07:18: A new WinAmp skin has been added to the WinAmp skins page. This one features images of Athena from KOF '99 Revolution.
This skin was made by Kyo Takagen of KOF Perfect.
Translation News: Final Fantasy 3 (US) Monster Editor v3.0
19:43: The Final Fantasy 3 US Monster Editor has been updated to version 3.0 and now has the ability to alter individual monster stats as well as monster formations. It can be downloaded from the Translation Utilities section. Thanks to The Constable for the news.
Utility Release: MSP 0.51
18:04: Sevy has released a bugfix version of his multi-format music & sound player, MSP. Here's what's new in version 0.51:
Thanks to Sevy for informing us of this new release. You can download MSP 0.51 from the GYM Players or NSF Players page.
Translation News: Translhextion 1.1c
17:43: Translhextion, a new ROM hacking utility, has been updated to version 1.1c. From the readme, here's the massive 'What's New' list:
The table-handling code has been re-engineered resulting in the following features:
The search relative code has been rewritten to be much more versatile:
The following has also been changed:
Translhextion 1.1c can be downloaded from the Translation Utilities section.
Misc. News: The Arcade Flyer Archive Reaches 1000+
17:13: With the release of MAME Flyer Pack #19, The Arcade Flyer Archive has surpassed the 1000 flyer mark. To celebrate, for a short time, you'll be able to download one zip file containing all 1000+ flyers.
They're also running a contest where the first 5 people to send them 3 flyers that aren't in their archive and aren't available on the net will win a "Capcom Coin-Op Classics CD". The next 5 people after that will receive a flyer.
For full contest details and to download the newly released MAME Flyer Pack #19, visit The Arcade Flyer Archives.
Emulator Release: Return of Coco 0.83a
16:33: A new version of Return of Coco, a COCO I & II emulator for Windows, has been released, and here's what's new:
Get it at the COCO page. Thanks to Radwar for the news.
Emulator Release: Javanese 0.2003
15:56: While we're on the subject of NES emulators written in JAVA, another one has had an update today - Javanese. You can download release 0.2003 from the NES emulators for JAVA page. Thanks to Brice Fines for the word.
Emulator Release: Jamicom 0.1 (042400)
15:50: A new build of Jamicom, a NES emulator written in JAVA, is now available for download. Here's what's new in build 0.1 042400:
Thanks to Brice Fines for sending in the new Jamicom. You can download it from the NES emulators for JAVA page.
Translation News: ZMD4: The ROM Hack Board
15:12: As part of my renovation of the translation section, I've taken over moderator duties on The ROM Hack board. ZMD4 is the place to go if you have questions about ROM Hacking and translation. I'd also like to thank everyone that's been sending in translation related news to help me with the updating. I'm working to get the translation section caught up as soon as possible and should be unveiling the new translation section in a couple of days. So keep the mail coming and feel free to head over to ROM Hack board to make suggestions as well.
Misc. News: FAQ Request from Anthony DiPasquale
15:08: A few weeks ago, I met up with an old friend of mine who's been into emulation for quite some time. After chatting for a little bit, he wanted to know if I could help him find an old VGB FAQ he wrote some time ago, dated late 1995 or early 1996, by "XxDeThxX". If anyone with information that would lead to the finding of this FAQ could drop him a line at firstname.lastname@example.org, your help would be much appreciated.
Emulator News: Current ZSNES Progress
14:54: Here's a ZSNES status update straight from the ZSNES Homepage:
Thanks to Cephiros for the head up.
Misc. News: The Napster Controversy
22:57: In recent weeks, Napster, Inc. has been embroiled in a great amount of controversy (along with a number of lawsuits as well), with a number of musicians putting their foot down against the software maker. If anyone is unsure of what Napster is, it's a tool that allows people to exchange MP3s with others on the network.
If anyone has comments on the software, head over to Talk of the Town, where I just recently started a thread about the topic.
Emulator Release: MESSD 0.37 Beta 1
19:21: The DigitaOS port of MESS has also been updated to 0.37 Beta 1. Here's what's new:
Download it at the MESS for Digita section.
Emulator Release: MAMED 0.37 Beta 1
19:19: MAMED , the Mutiple Arcade emulator for digital cameras have been updated to 0.37 Beta 1. Here's what's new:
Download it at the MAME for Digita section.
Emulator Release: EX68 2.04
16:53: A new version of EX68, a X68000 emulator for Windows, has been released. The docs are in Japanese, so I don't know what's new. You can get it at the X68000 page.
Emulator Release: WinX68k 0.25 beta 5
16:38: A new version of WinX68k, a X68000 emulator for Windows, has been released, and here's what's new:
Get it at the X68000 page. Thanks to VGN for the news.
Site News: I'm back, and look who I've brought with me!
16:37: Yes fiends, it's true that "Emulation Forever" wasn't just an overused cliche of mine... it really is forever. I've had lots of time over the last few months to think about the direction I wanted to take ZD. I decided that when I came back, I was going to come back with a *BANG* and bring something really exciting and controversial back to the table. Who better to stir up the excitement that ZD needs to show that we're ready to rise back to the top than the master of controversy, InVerse? InVerse will be working very closely with myself and the rest of the staff to take ZD into the new direction that it is we want to go in.
Sure, there's been lots of criticism over the last few months about decisions that were made and things that were done. While some of it has been constructive and some of it has not, all have been screaming for something exciting to happen. During these last few months I've been carefully monitoring the message boards and have realized that even with the slow news days, and even the lack of *any* news at all, you guys stuck through and believed in us. For that, you're all going to be rewarded in the coming months. Things aren't going to magically change in a few weeks, but we guarantee you that things aren't going to get boring around here for some time to come!
My email queue? Around 3,000. Oldest unchecked email? Sometime in mid-March. Apologies? Tons! But I promise to all of you that your emails *will* be read - just give me a little time here. Even us evil gods can't speed-read like those guys you see on Infomercials that sell their magical 'speed-read' books for 5 easy payments of $49.95... but moving right along - translations! Yes, during the era of Mike "Taichou" Gregerson, the translation news suffered. I'd like to apologize to all translation & ROM hack enthusiasts that visit ZD for that very purpose - we promise you that during this new era, translations with available patches will not be overlooked, and no amount of 'personal grudges' or just plain laziness will *not* happen this time around. All we ask for is a little time and you'll be downloading tons of new material in no time!
The links! Are we ever going to update them? You betcha! Hold on to your hats because all of the links are going to be updated. Dead links will be removed, new ones will be added and the descriptions will be cleaned up. If you thought we linked to a lot of quality sites out there now, just wait for the coming weeks for even more! The links sections have always been a very important part of ZD, and emulation in general. Why? Sure, we are a business, and as such we do make a little money - but unlike other businesses, we do *NOT* believe in holding down other sites so we can pocket extra cash. Are you 16 years old, do you run a quality emulation site, and wish that one of the 'bigger guys' would post about it to help get you started? Heck, that was me in 1996 when I started ZD and when *no one* would post mine. Just drop me a line! We promise you that we'll help out all quality just-starting sites out there with a little exposure.
The new ZD - quality, speed, and the most important aspect? FUN! "But what about the anti emulation sites? The anti ZD sites? Nintendo? The IDSA? Ted Turner?" Screw 'em! No matter how much money one makes and no matter how much exposure one gets, never forget the most important goal - fun! This is ZD, this is your ZD. ZD is forever - and...
Emulator Release: Basilisk II 0.7 build 122
16:29: A new version of Basilisk II, a Mac emulator for Windows, has been released, and here's what's new:
Win32 - 24.April.2000, build 122
Win32 - 23.April.2000, build 121
Get it at the Mac page. Thanks to VGN for the news.
Emulator Release: DreamNES 2000 beta 1
16:16: A new version of DreamNES has been released, and here's what's new:
Get it at the NES page.
Utility Release: Super Jukebox 2.1
16:03: A new version of Super Jukebox, a SPC player for Windows, has been released, and here's what's new:
Get it at the Super Jukebox page.
Site News: Translation Section to be First Overhaul
15:25: Let's face it, the translation section here on ZD is severely outdated, which is why it's the first section to be overhauled. There's a *lot* of work to be done to it, so I'm going to need your help. Anybody who has submitted translation news in the past, I'm asking you to resubmit it to email@example.com. I know how annoying it is to have your hard work ignored, because I've had several of my own news submissions passed over. That's why I'm personally guaranteeing that you will either see your project added to the translation section or you will receive an individual reply if, for some reason, it isn't added. Don't think that I'll only be paying attention to e-mails, though, because I'll also be scouring the net for any updates that have been missed. Speaking of which, I'd like to thank Jandar for graciously allowing me to use his site, Snakeeyes Gaming Corp. as a basis of comparison for finding translation related items that have been missed. So keep a close eye on the translation section, because in the next several days, you'll see major improvements.
Site News: Poll Updated
15:12: Well, Stick here, and I'd like to say that I'm back from the dead -- finally. After all which has gone on lately, I've had to do a lot of soul-searching, but I'd like to say that I'm back, as is ZD.
Anyway, here are the results from the last poll:
What's your favorite form of entertainment?
Choice 1 was: "I like to watch a lot of movies."
It received 34 votes (5.6 percent).
Choice 2 was: "Since you're giving me a choice, I'll say music."
It received 125 votes (20.6 percent).
Choice 3 was: "All these other losers are wrong.. It's all about video games."
It received 283 votes (46.7 percent).
Choice 4 was: "I'm into pro-wrestling.. it's better than everything."
It received 44 votes (7.3 percent).
Choice 5 was: "Forget wrestling, it's all about REAL sports."
It received 27 votes (4.5 percent).
Choice 6 was: "The best kind of entertainment is, of course, books."
It received 64 votes (10.6 percent).
Choice 7 was: "I like the great qualities of television, especially the cheese."
It received 29 votes (4.8 percent).
Games won, obviously, but music was a relatively strong second.
As for the new poll, it's the first in a series of polls about changing ZD for the better. This first poll has to do with the poll itself:
Would you like to see the poll on the main page?
Our idea is to make the poll more convenient for people to vote in, so we were thinking about making the poll show up on the front page.
Like it? Don't like it? Don't care? Well, whatever you decide, it's all up to your vote if we do it or not.
Oh yeah, watch out, because ZD is coming back strong. :)
Site News: Welcome to the New ZD!
14:31: Ok, so I'm jumping the gun just a bit. There's nothing new just yet but that's all about to change. Over time, you'll see ZD evolve before your eyes. The problem with attempts to revamp ZD in the past was that everyone tried to tackle the site as a whole and ZD is just too big for that to be feasible.
So what you're going to be seeing instead is ZD being changed page by page, section by section until the site is complete redone. Then ZD will once again reign supreme among the top emulation sites.
We don't kid ourselves. It won't be an easy task, but we will succeed. Three months from now, you'll see much improvement. In six months, the site will be drastically changed. A year from now, you won't even recognize ZD compared to it's current state.
So for those of you that have remained loyal to ZD during this extended low period, we thank you and your loyalty is about to pay off. For those that had trouble staying with ZD during these troubled times, give us another chance and you'll like what you see. And for those who have criticized ZD from the beginning, there's nothing we could ever do to change your minds, so we'll just focus on satisfying the people who care and the rest of you can say what you will.
With that said, let the improvements begin.
Emulator Release: NESten 0.6 Beta Final
03:45: A new version of NESten, a NES emulator for Windows, has been released, and here's what's new:
* Important *
Please delete the old version of NESten before installing this version,
or you will have a lot of the mappers double up... Thy hast been warned!
Get it at the NESten page.
Emulator Release: BrMSX 2.5
03:39: A new version of BrMSX, a MSX emulator for DOS, has been released, and here's what's new:
Get it at the MSX page. Thanks to the M.E.P. for the news.
Misc. News: PKZip Creator Dies
03:30: Most people that have used the Internet for a long time probably remember PKZip, the first file zipping utility. Well, yesterday it was announced that Phillip W. Katz, the creator of PKZip, had died as a result of complications from alcoholism at the age of 37. His program has made an enormous impact on the Internet, and his memory will live on in the millions of zip files scattered across the Internet (well, sort of).
You can read the full article at ABCNews.
Utility Release: VX2WAV
09:42: While chatting in #mugen on Efnet, Ryo99 pointed out a great utility that I'd never seen before called VX2WAV. VX2WAV is a DOS utility that converts Neo-Geo sound ROMs into a WAV file. This utility is very fast and works quite well.
Try it out in the Neo-Geo Utilities area.
Misc. News: Protoman - Megaman 5 hack and Megaman 5 Palette Hacking doc released
01:57: It's time for a two for one. First, Sephiroth X has released version 2.0 of his graphical hack of Megaman5 for NES. Here's what's new:
You can try this one out in the Hacks Area.
Finally, Sephiroth X has also written up a document that explains how to hack the palette in Megaman 5, which can be very tricky.
Read it in the Translation and Hacking Docs area.
Utility Release: UltraMSX2 v1.0 released
18:36: UltraMSX2 is a utility for Win9x that converts MSX2 ROMs over to the Doctor V64 format for use on the Nintendo 64. From the ReadMe file:
"With the rominserter you can insert your
favorite game in the emulator. At the moment
the maximum romsize is limited to 128kb. The
rominserter will generate a file called 'Patched.v64'.
Fix the checksum of the file with RTOOLS or IAS or
another tool that can calculate the checksum
and download it to you N64.
I have tested the rominserter with the following roms:
- Hyper sports 1
- F1 Spirit
- Maze of Galious
- Metal Gear
- Vampire Killer
- The Threasure of Usas
- Kingsvalley II
Just as a test, I tried it on the Vampire Killer ROM and loaded it up in Nemu, and, though very distorted, you could tell it worked. I'll have to give it a try on a real N64 later.
You can try it out now in the N64 Utilities area.
Special thanks, as always, to the crew in the know when it comes to MSX, The MEP-Crew at www.file-hunter.com.
Misc. News: Strange Mario Bros. 2 hack released
18:05: Acmlm has released the first patch for his hack of Super Mario Bros. 2. The game is entitled Strange Mario Bros. 2. He is designing the hack from the ground up, using his SMB2 Discombobulator. He has changed 24% of the graphic tiles, edited the palette, and has changed the story line. The game is going to be completely different from the Super Mario Bros. 2 you know and love. Currently, this patch is complete for World 1-1, but, this is a must see and is definitely worth checking out. If you'd like to see screenshots, head over to Acmlm's ROM Hack Domain.
You can download the patch now from the Translations: Hacks area.
Utility Release: IPSEXE v1.5 released
13:11: IPSEXE, a Win9x utility that creates an exe patch from an IPS file, has been updated to version 1.5. Here's what's new:
Try this neat utility out in the General Utilities area.
Thanks to Jay for the news.
Media News: Love the N64?
01:10: A new all-N64 site called N64 Zone has just opened up. It covers N64 emulation, game releases, and will soon cover N64 cheats.
Also, a new site dedicated to scanning N64 cartridges has opened up. They like to call it The Cart Scan Repository. You might say, "What do you mean, scan carts?" That's right, they want scans of the actual cartridges themselves, inside and out.
This will help everybody understand what hardware N64 carts have, what security and what save chips are used. As well as discovering unknown features of cartridges.
If you've ever wondered what's in those N64 carts, have a look. The text accompanying scans telling technical details was quite interesting.
Misc. News: Retrogaming Times #32 is up!
20:50: Tom Zjaba of Tomorrow's Heroes sends us the following regarding Issue #32 of Retrogaming Times:
A smaller issue, but still full of classic game goodness! Here are some of the highlights:
-Fred Wagaman reviews the PhillyClassic Convention!
-Alan Hewston gives us another installment of Eyeball Benders!
-Ryan Harrison finishes up his look at Classic Canadian Carts!
-Reviews of Bubbles and Front Line!
- A whole lot more!
Check out the always free newsletter at the following URL:
Site News: Emulators in 3D using 3D glasses?
20:45: ToxicX writes us and tell us of an article he has written regarding the use of emulators in stereoscopic 3D on your PC using any kind of glasses supporting Direct3D. Sounds like a very interesting concept.
Head over to the Stereovision.net website, and check out the article entitled Playstation, Nintendo64 and Arcade gaming in stereoscopic 3D on a PC
Misc. News: Mario Maniac
20:27: Ultra The Vampire let me know about his new site. Highlighted on it is an interesting glitch he has found in The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past for SNES. Included on his site are ZSNES movie files of the glitch. They are pretty neat and worth checking out. You will also find some sprite rips on the site as well.
Check it out yourself at Mario Maniac's Development Group Website
Emulator Release: VisualBoy v1.4.1 released
09:42: VisualBoy, a Game Boy emulator for Win9x, has been updated to version 1.4.1. Here's what's new:
Give it a try in our Gameboy Emulators area.
Thanks to Kate Cozart for the news.
Also, I'd like to thank all the visitors that come to Zophar's Domain for your continued support. I'd like to remind everyone that without your help and support, this site wouldn't be where it is today. We ask for your continued help by submitting news on new emulator releases, utility releases, and anything else that pertains to emulation. Thank you!!
Translation News: Destiny of an Emperor 2 NES 1.12
05:49: Destiny Translations released a bugfix patch of Destiny of an Emperor 2 for the NES. This fixes a bug introduced in the last patch, which caused the game to lock up at the second Lu Bu fight.
You may download the patch from the NES Translations section.
Emulator Release: Vice 1.4 for DOS and Win32
03:53: The multiple Commodore system emulator Vice has been updated to 1.4. Here's what's new.
You can get the DOS and Win32 versions at the Commodore 64 section.
Emulator Release: NeoSMS 0.2 Beta
03:20: A new Sega Master System has been released that has been in the making since October 1999. It runs in Win32 with DirectX 7. The compatibility is already very high (96 - 98%).
Get it at the Sega Master System section.
Misc. News: WinAMP 2.62
00:58: A new version of WinAMP is out. I'm sure its just another small bugfix or something. Get it at the WinAMP homepage if you so desire.
Misc. News: The non-emu Emu-Movie movie
15:34: Another Emu-Movie has been released by Emu-Movies. This movie is not related to emulation, but it is funny none the less. If you do not like sex humor, do not check out this video. It is however pretty funny.
You can download it at the Emu-Movies homepage.
Translation News: The End... A Tenchi Muyo RPG Story!
01:36: Lina-chan, Nuku_Nuku and Filia have complete their translation of Tenchi Muyo RPG! This wonderful game based on the hit anime is now ready for the english readers eyes to enjoy. Download it and have fun!
But with this note, I must add. I'm leaving ZD. I know you've all seen ZD drama, and well, I'll try not to add to it. In my eyes, ZD has been dead for 6 months, dispite some small 'bumps' from some workers. With that said, and possibly deleted in 5 minutes: The peak of emulation is over. Go find your life, and live it.
Download the great translation from the SNES Translations page.
For Decent Translation News I never could give:
I would say all my Thank-you's, but I'd be here for a year.
Thanks to Deltaflame for the URL's though.
And sorry, to all of you, who had to put up with me over the past 3 years.
Misc. News: Gamefighter 2000
23:34: We received an e-mail from Anthony J. Comberiate announcing a new java game, Gamefighter 2000. In his e-mail, he states:
I'd like to announce the debut of Gamefighter 2000. Gamefighter 2000 is a Java Applet I've written. The idea is that you can select different classic videogame characters (from games released between 1985 and 1999) and have them fight against each other in turn based combat. Each character can fight, use magic, form an energy shield, draw magic, drain hit points, and use a few other commands as well. Not only can you fight one-on-one between two characters, but you can also fight through four different groups of bosses at varying difficulty levels.
You can download it from Anthony J. Comberiate's webpage
Misc. News: GuildFTPd 0.962 released
14:51: A new version of GuildFTPd has finally been released. GuildFTPd is an FTP server program for Windows9x\NT\2000. It is very customizable, and powerful. Here is a list of what's new:
You can download the new version at the GuildFTPd homepage.
Emulator Release: NLMSX 0.24 Final
23:34: NLMSX has been updated to 0.24 final. Here's what's new:
Get it at the MSX section.
Emulator Release: Ages 1.8b
23:29: Ages, the 32x and Genesis emulators for Win32 has had a bug fix release. Here's what's new:
Many games that had glitchy graphics are now better. (Doom, Brutal, Knuckles Chaotix, etc...) Doom is now fully playable (no more freezing). T-Mek works again. Cosmic Carnage is still not back to working. I will have to look into it further.
Get it at the Sega Genesis section.
Media News: Playstation 2 capable of guiding missiles?
19:01: It was reported by the Winnipeg Sun(my local paper) on Page 47(inside back cover), that Japan has put export controls on the Playstation 2 due to the fact that it's sophisticated enough to be used for military purposes.
I'm going to scan the article by the end of the week, unless another Winnipegger can scan it for me. If you can help me out, contact me.
The story can also be read on the Tech News section of the Canoe.ca website.
Utility Release: SNESAmp v1.00 (Final) released
18:47: SNESAmp, a plugin that allows WinAmp to play SNES SPC files, has been updated to Final version 1.00. Here's what's new:
Grab it from the SPC Players area.
Thanks to Malcore for letting us know.
Utility News: The SMB2 Discombobulator v0.79 released
18:07: The SMB2 Discombobulator, a level editor for Super Mario Bros. 2, has been updated to version 0.79. Here's what's new:
Acmlm, the author of this incredible editor, also mentions on his website that he will be doing a level edit of Super Mario Bros. 2 entitled Strange Mario Bros. 2. Keep your eyes open for this one.
For now, download this great utility from the Facelift Utilities area.
Emulator Release: FCE Ultra 0.20
16:04: A new version of FCE Ultra, a NES emulator for DOS, has been released, and here's what's new:
Get it at the NES page. Thanks to AcdReign for the news.
Emulator Release: Vortendo 1.0 "Psycho Circus"
15:58: A new version of Vortendo, a NES emulator for Windows, has been released, and here's what's new:
Get it at the NES page.
Emulator Release: AGES v0.18a released
23:47: AGES, a Sega Genesis and now 32x emulator for Win9x, has been updated to version 0.18. This version now enables 32x emulation, though it takes some heavy duty hardware to run.
Try it out for yourself from the Genesis Emulators area.
Emulator Release: Basilisk II 0.7 build 119
14:49: A new version of Basilisk II, a Mac emulator for Windows NT/2000, has been released, and here's what's new in the last 2 versions:
Win32 - 3.April.2000, build 119
Win32 - 2.April.2000, build 118
Get it at the Mac page. Thanks to Zsolt Botkos for the news.
Emulator Release: NLMSX 0.24 beta
14:36: A new version of NLMSX, a MSX emulator for DOS, has been released, and here's what's new:
Get it at the MSX page. Thanks to M.E.P. for the news.
Misc. News: Metallica Sues Napster and Some Universities
12:58: The band Metallica has filed a lawsuit against Napster, University of Southern California, Yale University and Indiana University. The band accuses them of copyright infringement and racketeering. You can read the full article at CNN.
I'll let you form your own opinion about this one. Go talk about it at the WWW Boards.
Misc. News: X68k Games Pile updated..
06:46: And it's quite an important update, so if you're an X68k or PC-98 fan, read this. I don't have much time to do this, so I'll keep it short.
I have begun taking requests for which games I should upload and make available for you all on the X68k Games Pile, so what I want you to do is view my PC-98 game list and jot down your 5 favourite games from there and then if one of those get a lot of votes it's pretty sure that it will be uploaded in the very near future!
So head over to the X68k Games Pile and read my news post there and then mail me. Sayonara everyone!
Utility Release: Translhextion v1.0 released
20:35: Translhextion, a binary file editor and translation tool for Win9x/Win2k, has been released. Here's what it can do:
Whew! Didja get all that? Good! Now, go try it out in the Translation Utilities area.
Translation News: Your Destiny has come...
16:09: Destiny Translations has completed their uber-project, Destiny of an Emperor 2. This is a rather large milestone, as many have attempted to use their skills at hacking this game, but only 1 team has gotten this far. The game itself is amazing, for people who are fans of the war-sim type series, and is worth a look to any RPG/Strategy fans. Also available on the Destiny homepage is a scanned and translated strategy guide to help you on your way.
Grab it from the Translations page.
Emulator News: Corn 0.2 bug workaround and language files
16:58: The Corn homepage has posted three workarounds for the EAccess Violation problems people have been having:
Also, I got many new language translations. Great thanks to DesktopMan for the Norwegian trans, to [D]J for the Italian trans, to RaZoR14 for another Dutch trans, to MiGa, Stefan P, Peter H, Kanne, AiRWOLF, MarcDK and Kojote for German trans. Since I don't understand these languages, it's beyond me to choose from or combine them and I believe they are all good translations. So I put all of them into the new updated Corn.lan file.
You can get the language files at The Corn Homepage.
Emulator Release: Raine 0.28g
16:47: Raine has been updated to 0.28g.
This is just a bugfix release really. It's not officially supported so don't go bothering people about it. This was compiled by Kayamon. Antiriad is the official author of Raine, not me. If it doesn't work, try the 0.28f release, which was the last official one.
Here are a list of changes from the last version:
Apparently the new SEAL fixes problems with PCI sound cards. I don't have one of these, so can someone who does either confirm/deny whether it now works?
I read the Bubble Bobble has problems around level 50 (anticupid?). If anyone can get me a save-state from around that point so I can debug it, I'll try and fix it.
Kick & Run needs the file 68_H.BIN from the bootleg "Mexico 86". I can maybe change this to use the MAME romset. It doesn't actually work anyway, though. It would work if I tweaked the Z80 core, but then the music would mess up in lots of other games (sigh). If you're lucky you might be able to get it to work by playing Kiki Kai Kai first (don't ask...)
Also, if there are any other small fixes people want, I'll try and do that.
You can get it at the Multi-Arcade section.
Emulator Release: VEGAS 0.92
09:11: The world's first 32x emulator has been updated to 0.92. Here's what's new:
Get it at the Sega Genesis section.
Emulator News: More On Corn 0.2
00:51: Well, this emulator is promising, but as far as compatibility is concerned, I could only get three of the roms I have to work: Mario 64 with sound (and pretty darn good and fast, I might add), Mario Kart 64 with no sound, and Wave Race Japanese with no sound. Banjo & Kazooie, Clays Demo, Cruisin USA, Gex 3D, Goldeneye, Harvest Moon 64, N64Stars Demo, Smash Brothers, Ridge Racer 64, and Tetris 64 all display nothing or crash. I don't have very many roms though; I'm sure others work. I believe EmuHQ reported on at least six or seven games working.
Even with low compatibility though, I gotta say, Corn really impresses me. I set my Corn almost to the max resolution my monitor could handle (Corn doesn't support my max, 1280x1024), and I still had full speed Mario 64 with in sync sound. I'm only running a K6-2 400 with 64 megs of RAM! Corn works fine in both Win98 and Windows 2000. It's actually better to run it in Win2k if you have it, since it does crash, and the crashes tend to bring Win98 down.
There are a couple of problems with Corn's display. For the life of me, I could not get a game that was running full screen to exit without hitting alt-ctrl-del. Esc-F10 is supposed to work, but doesn't. Sometimes if I alt-tab out of Corn and go back, graphics do not show up, and sometimes they do. Finally, Corn should pause if it does not have focus. As is, your system crawls as you try to do whatever with Mario 64 in the background.
All in all though, Corn is pretty dang good. Try it out.
Emulator Release: Corn 0.2 Public Version Finally Out!
00:02: The new version of Corn has just been released. Corn is a super fast N64 emulator with sound and 3D card support. This version features:
I am in haste to report this update, so I will report my findings on how well it works in a few minutes. Download it from our N64 emulators page and try it out!
Utility Release: Zelda 2 Editor v4.10b released
21:26: Zelda 2 Editor, a Zelda 2: The Adventures of Link editor for DOS, has been updated. Here's what's new:
From v4.09b - (Version numbers now based on date)
Try it out yourself in the Facelift Utilities area.
Utility Release: The SMB2 Discombobulator v0.75 released
21:14: Everyone's favorite Super Mario Bros. 2 editor for Win9x has been updated yet again. Here's what's new:
Come on! Give it a try in our Facelift Utilities area.
Emulator Release: RockNES 1.050 Windows
20:51: A new version of the Windows port of RockNES has been released, and here's what's new:
Get it at the NES page.
Site News: Generator32 0.13b
16:31: Generator32, a SEGA Genesis emulator for Windows 9x, has been updated to version 0.13b. Here's what's new:
You can download it from the SEGA Genesis emulators page.
Emulator News: pNESx
16:15: There is a NES emulator for Sony Playstation called pNESx. If you want to check it out, visit this page: http://sr7.xoom.com/pnesx/index_eng.html. It plays many games, though a bit slowly. If you're a PSX fan and an emulation fan, feel free to visit this page and maybe try this emulator on PSEmu or even better your real PSX! Thanks to Brice Fines for the news!
Site News: Vortendo, NGA & FF8 Soundfont page join ZD!
15:52: Three new sites have joined the ranks of Zophar's Domain's Hosted websites. They are as follows:
Vortendo: This website is the official homepage of a NES emulator for Windows9x called Vortendo. The page itself features emulator downloads (naturally), a compatability list, screen shots and some more stuff. Check it out.
Nintendo Game Archive: This site has screenshots from over 800 NES games. It also features game ads, game posters, a message board and even a contest every month. If you're a NES fan, check this site out!
FF8 Soundfont Page: On this page, a Final Fantasy 8 soundfont is available for download. Owners of Sb Lives and AWE soundcards can listen to FF8 midis and hear them the way they're supposed to sound! The owner of this webpage, TSSF (of many various Squaresoft MIDI/mod fame), created the soundfont.
Be sure to check out each one of these sites, as they all add a little more 'flavor' to the ZD family. Also, if you want to join the ZD hosted family, be sure to read the below Hosted page before dropping us a line.
Site News: Back after a tiring 2 weeks
15:43: With the passings of Mickey and Ernie's fathers and one of Mike's grandparents, it was inevitable that I should come down with a flu-like sickness (even though I got a flu shot several months ago). Although my ears still feel like they've been stuffed with cotton, and I missed a great April Fool's oppurtunity, I feel just about ready to rumble once again!
Speaking of Ready to Rumble, the movie wasn't as bad as I thought it would be. I went to see it last night (first time I didn't feel nauseated in about a week and a half) and it was pretty funny! Fans of David Arquette and Oliver Platt might want to check it out - by no means a 5 stars movie, but funny nevertheless.
Lots of new sites joining ZD these days - I'll be posting the arrival of at least three of the many sites that have joined since I came down with the 'flu' (I still don't believe it was the flu though - darned flu shots are worthless if it was). I'd like to apologize for the lessening of updates over the last few weeks - and for having a queue of 500 emails in my inbox at this current time. I'll get back to each and every email - just have patience!
Once again, thanks to everyone for supporting ZD! It's time for some updating. :)
Emulator Release: CCS64 betas updated
15:36: Both the 2.0 beta versions of CCS64, a Commodore 64 emulator for DOS and Windows 9x, have been updated. Here's what's new:
You can download it from the Commodore 64 emulators page. Thanks to sgtSummoner for the news!
Site News: RockNES 1.052
14:27: RockNES, a NES emulator for DOS, has been updated to version 1.052. Here's what's new:
You can download it from the NES emulators page. Thanks to Morpheus for the news!
Emulator Release: AdriPSX DOS 00.04.05
14:06: The DOS version of AdriPSX, a Sony Playstation emulator, was updated just a few days ago. Here's what's new:
You can download it from the Sony Playstation emulators page. Thanks to Joe Bucci for the news!
Utility Release: TempEd 0.52
13:49: TempEd, a level editor for the arcade classic Tempest was updated to version 0.52 quite a while ago. Actually quite a while ago, but better late then never, right? With this utility you can edit the levels in Tempest, but you need to have to ROMset and an emulator to play it with to actually try out all your levels. This editor has not been tested with a real arcade game, and the author says that you may be able to create levels that would damage a vector screen. Here's what was new in this version:
You can download it from the Arcade utilities page. Thanks to ThumB for the news!
Utility Release: The SMB2 Discombobulator v0.67 released
10:01: The SMB2 Discombobulator, a level editor for Super Mario Bros. 2, has been updated to version 0.67. Here's what's new:
Try it out now in the Facelift Utilities area.
Translation News: Energy Breaker
23:53: disnesquick has released an early version patch for Energy Breaker which translates all of the menus, allowing the battles playable.
Thanks to The Whirlpool for the news.
Download it from the Translations page
Misc. News: 3D Programmer(s) Needed
10:58: Bloodlust Software is looking for a 3d programmer (or team) to work on a new project with them. They have an amazing new 3D rendering artist to work with, and the game is guaranteed to be sold. Visit the Bloodlust news page for more details if you're interested.
Translation News: Dragon Ball and Final Fantasy
10:22: A new Dragon Ball Z patch from Klepto Software has been released to translate 55% of the game.
And a hack from Ultimate Evil called Final Fantasy Hardtype is designed to make the game harder, with an added twist.
Download them from the Translations and Hacks pages.
Emulator Release: Gens 0.4
02:17: The Windows version of Gens, a SEGA Genesis emulator, has been updated to version 0.4. Here's what's new:
You can download it from the SEGA Genesis emulators page. Thanks to Stef. D for the news!
Emulator Release: Vegas 0.9
05:16: Finally, the first 32x emulator is available to the public - Vegas 0.9! The author states that this emulator runs every single feature of the Genesis core system, but 32X emulation has a few compatibility and performance issues. This means that only a few 32x games are compatible, and that most will run very slowly on even a high end computer. In this release, only keyboard control is supported, and saving backup-ram to the computerís hard drive is missing. The author plans to add these features at a later date, as well as support for 6-button controllers and the Sega Menacer.
You can get it at the Sega Genesis section.
Emulator Release: MAME 0.37 Beta 1
05:09: MAME has begun the 0.37 beta cycle. The following games are now supported:
I own a Meta Fox cabinet so I am psyched that I can finally play one of the games in MAME that I legally own.
Get it at the MAME section.
Emulator Release: MESS 0.36 for Macintosh
05:05: MESS for Macintosh has also been updated to the newest DOS MESS version.
You can get it at the Mess for Macintosh section.
Emulator Release: MESS 0.36 For Windows
05:04: MESS for Windows has been updated to correspond with the latest DOS release of MESS.
Get it at the MESS section.
Emulator Release: MAME 0.36 Final Source
23:52: MAME 0.36's source has been released a while back, it has been uploaded, but no-one mentioned it here.
You can download it from the MAME emulator page.
Misc. News: Emu-Movies
17:13: A new site has opened called Emu-Movies and is hosted by EmuScene. Emu-Movies is a site that features videos made by CassiusX and deal with emulation related material. The movies are pretty funny, but do contain the occasional swearing; but it just makes it more funny. So check it out, and be sure to download the CODEC that is required to view these videos.
Translation News: Challenge Games
16:13: Challenge Games has completed their SMB3 Challenge Hack, and released 2 new ones, SMB 2 Challenge and a beta of Zelda 2 Challenge.
Get them from the Hacks page.
Misc. News: Netscape 6 Preview Release 1
13:42: The first public release of Netscape 6 is now available! In the works for almost two years, Netscape 6 features an extremely fast page renderer, support for new internet standards, including CSS2 and XML, and seamless integration between browsing, e-mail, and instant messaging.
Grab Netscape 6 PR1 at Netscape's website.
Misc. News: Busy busy..
07:50: I'm very busy during the weeks, with work and stuff, so I must say that it's really good that someone else than me gets into update mania mood a bit now and then! Thanks Lopantu!
Emulator Release: DreamNES 1.9
04:28: DreamNES has been updated to 1.9. Here's what's new:
Get it at the NES section.
Emulator Release: Win68K V0.10 beta 2
04:20: A new x68000 emulator is introduced. It is not quite as far along as EX68, but it is close.
Get it at the Sharp X68000 section.
Emulator Release: Javanese 0.2001
04:05: Javanese has been updated to 0.2001.
Thanks to Brice Fines for the news.
Get it at the NES emulators for Java section.
Site News: French MacMAME 0.36a
03:53: The version of MacMAME translated into French has been updated. It is now inline with MacMAME.
Get it at the Multiple Arcade Machine Emulators for Macintosh section.
Emulator Release: MacPacMAME 0.36 RC1
03:40: The author of GeoMAME has ported PacMAME over to the Macintosh. This version of MacPacMAME is in sync with the current version of PacMAME.
Get it at the Multiple Arcade Machine Emulators for DOS section.
Emulator Release: GeoMAME 0.36 for Macintosh
03:31: The Neo Geo only version of MAME for the Macintosh has been updated to 0.36. It is now in sync with the DOS and Mac versions.
Get it at the Multiple Arcade Emulators for Macintosh section.
Emulator Release: MESS 0.36 Beta 16 for Macintosh
03:09: The Macintosh version of MESS was updated to 0.36 Beta 16 while I was on leave.
Get it at the Macintosh MESS section.
Emulator Release: MESS 0.36
03:06: MESS has been updated to 0.36. It is now inline with MAME 0.36.
Get it at the MESS section.
Emulator Release: Reality Boy 0.7
02:22: Reality Boy has been updated to 0.7. Here's what's new:
The author has also released the full 0.7 source code to the public.
Download it at the Virtual Boy section.
Emulator Release: DBoy 0.58 Final
02:15: BouKiChi has brought his Gameboy emulator up to 0.58 Final. The documentation is in Japanese, so I don't know what's new.
Get it at the Gameboy section.
Emulator Release: MacMAME 0.36a
20:10: The MacMAME team has released a small bugfix version. Here's what's new:
You may download it at the Multiple Arcade Machine Emulators for Macintosh section.
Emulator Release: Soft VMS for Windows
05:08: Soft VMS is a new emulator for the Dreamcast Virtual Memory Unit. Get it at the VMS page. Thanks to PACHUKA from EmuCult for the news.
Emulator Release: Magic Engine 0.97 beta 1
04:40: A new version of Magic Engine, a commercial TurboGrafx 16 emulator for Windows, has been released, and here's what's new:
Get it at the TurboGrafx 16 page. Thanks to the Vintage Gaming Network for the news.
Translation News: Moon Crystal gets a completion!
03:11: The NES Side-Scroller Moon Crystal has been completely translated by Alex W. Jackson, AKA Awj. This game has amazing anime-like cut scenes, which is a rarity on the NES console.
Download it from the Translations page.
Emulator Release: Hu-Go 1.21
22:27: A new version of Hu-Go, a TurboGrafx 16 emulator for DOS, has been released, and here's what's new:
Get it at the TurboGrafx 16 page. Thanks to Elmer for the news.
Emulator Release: MacMAME 0.36
19:31: MacMAME has been updated to 0.36. Here's what's new:
Get it at the Multiple Arcade Machine Emulators for Macintosh section.
Emulator Release: NLMSX 0.23
16:32: A new version of NLMSX, a MSX emulator for DOS, has been released, and here's what's new:
Get it at the MSX page. Thanks to the M.E.P. for the news.
Emulator Release: BRMSX 2.4
16:30: A new version of BRMSX, a MSX emulator for DOS, has been released, and here's what's new:
Get it at the MSX page. Thanks to the M.E.P. for the news.
Emulator Release: RockNES 1.051 DOS
16:23: A new version of RockNES has been released, and here's what's new:
You can get it at the NES page. Thanks to Arek for the news.
Emulator Release: Pasofami 1.3v
16:21: A new version of Pasofami, a NES emulator for Windows, has been released. You can get it at the NES page.
Emulator Release: Ex68 2.01
04:31: Ex68, an X68000 emulator for Windows, has been updated to version 2.01. I don't know what's new, since the homepage is in Japanese.
You can download it from the X68000 emulators page. I will add WinX68k a bit later.
Emulator Release: New version of Ami99
04:29: Ami99, a TI-99 emulator for Windows, has been updated again, but as usual there is no word anywhere on what is new. Anyway, it's a good TI-99 emulator, try it out.
You can download it from the TI-99 emulators page.
Emulator Release: Speccyal 0.72b
04:27: Speccyal, a Sinclair spectrum emulator for DOS, has been updated to version 0.72b. Here's what's new:
You can download it from the Sinclair computer emulators page.
Emulator Release: R80 0.30
04:24: R80, a Sinclair Spectrum emulator for DOS, has been updated to version 0.30. Here's what's new:
You can download it from the Sinclair computer emulators page.
Emulator Release: T98 0.26a
04:20: T98, another PC-98 emulator for Windows, has been updated to version 0.26a. I have no real idea what's new in this one either, but we'll assume that it has been improved since the last release or something.
You can download it from the PC-98 emulators page.
Emulator Release: Anex86 2.14
04:18: Anex86, a PC-98 emulator for Windows, has been updated to version 2.14. I have no idea what's new, since the list is in Japanese, but from what I've heard you might want to stick to version 2.13.
You can download it from the PC-98 emulators page.
Emulator Release: AMAME & PMAME 0.36 Final
04:16: I've added AMAME and PMAME, two optimized builds of MAME, to the MAME page. AMAME and PMAME are now in sync with the latest official MAME DOS release.
Emulator Release: Laser 0.4
23:51: As promised, I have a new version of my arcade emulator, Laser, for you today. Here's what's new:
Beginnings of Multi-game support:
Space Invaders, Super Earth Invasion, and Space Invaders (Taito) are now supported
I wanted to add more clones, but due to time constraints to get the version out on time, they were not added - expect more tommarrow :)
You can get it at the Single Arcade Machine Emulators section.
Site News: Thank you.
16:56: I'd like to personally say thank you to everyone who sent an e-mail or took time out of their busy days to console me for the loss of my father. I have a huge list to post, so I uploaded the letter for all to read.
Thanks again, and as I said in the letter, I'll be taking another week or two off to get my life back together.
Emulator Release: Famtasia v5.10 released
10:20: Famtasia, a Nintendo and Famicom Disk System emulator for Windows, has been updated to v5.10. Here's what's new:
You can try it for yourself in the NES Emulators area.
Thanks to Joe Bucci for the news!