Nouvelle version pour cet émulateur de Nes payant pour WIndows/Dos, les nouveautés sont les suivantes:

– Ported iNES to Unix using the new EMULib framework. I will try to compile the new iNES-Unix for as many Unix flavors as possible. At the moment, only Ubuntu Linux binaries are available.
– Ported iNES to Maemo OS2008 used in N800 and N810 internet tablets from Nokia. iNES-Maemo is specifically optimized for internet tablets using assembler modules from iNES-Symbian.
– Optimized 6502 emulation by collapsing infinite empty loops.
– Introduced more accurate per-scanline cycle counting.
– Once again, extended time before VBlank flag going up by 2 scanlines. This fixes F1 Race, Elite, etc.
– Moved mapper initialization after default initialization. This should fix MMC5 screen corruption that occurred in iNES 3.1.
– Fixed MMC3 scanline counter to remove garbage scanlines in Crystalis, GIJoe 2, Cartoon Workshop, etc.
– Finally fixed light gun (« zapper ») emulation!
– Fixed FamiBASIC keyboard support on all platforms.
– Fixed FIRE-A autofire option in built-in menu.
– Fixed command line options for enabling/disabling sound.
– Added support, editing, and display for VS System DIP switches. Also see -dip command line option.
– Added -soft/-nosoft command line option and made softening, scanline simulation, and synchronization options work on all relevant platforms (Unix, Maemo, MSDOS).
– Removed -vperiod and -hperiod command line options, as these values are now computed automatically and do not need adjustment.
– Removed last occurances of #define SOUND. Sound support is always compiled in anyway.
– Made [F8] toggle scanline simulation, while [SHIFT]+[F8] toggles softening.
– Added standard VS System palette files to the package.
– Now drawing light gun aim and DIP switches using NES palette to avoid problems at different screen depths.
– Removed -novsync and -200 options from iNES-MSDOS, and added a new -480 option for 640×480 VESA screen mode.
– Fixed iNES-MSDOS light gun aim in 640×480 screen mode.
– The UIQ version of iNES-Symbian now uses 6502 emulation optimized in ARM assembler (this option has been left out in the last release).
– iNES-Symbian display routines rewritten in ARM assembler for speed. This should mainly affect UIQ3 users but S60 users will also benefit.
– Split iNES-Symbian configuration menu into four tabs, making « Video » and « Audio » settings separate.
– Added « Audio Latency », « Skip Frames », and « Sync Updates » settings to iNES-Symbian.

Ceci étant, je vous conseil Nestopia, probablement le meilleur émulateur de NES (et le plus précis possible) et qui de plus est gratuit.

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