Le développement de cet émulateur a débuté le 14/10/2004. Sa priorité est de servir d’outil de débugging et de posséder un code propre. Sa compatibilité est de l’ordre de ~80% et requiert une configuration assez musclée en comparaison avec ses concurrents (~10-20% moins rapide que Zsnes).

Too much to really name. The biggest news is that the entire user interface has been re-written from scratch. It is now far more polished and professional. To name one example; the cheat code editor now has checkboxes in the list to quickly toggle codes on an off, there is now a global hotkey to toggle all cheat codes, and each cheat code can contain multiple individual Game Genie or Pro Action Replay codes, allowing easy grouping of multi-part codes.

You’ll also notice new artwork: a logo created by Derrick Sobodash (note that the logo contest from below is still active — if someone can design a better logo, it can appear in v041), and a new photo-realistic SNES controller graphic by FirebrandX.

I was finally able to utilize MinGW’s profile-guided optimizations, which means this release is approximately ~12% faster than v039.

And emulation itself was even improved(!), such as with Jonas Quinn’s fix for a sprite overflow bug.

There were many other changes as well: Linux users will be happy to see RGB overlay support for the X-Video driver, many will benefit from greatly enhanced warning messages and tooltips throughout the GUI, Windows users will now be able to access the menu without freezing emulation, etc etc.

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