Créé par Byuu, 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 afin d’obtenir une émulation des plus précise. Sa compatibilité est excellente (3 jeux ne fonctionnent pas, le reste est « censé » fonctionner) et requiert une configuration assez musclée en comparaison avec ses concurrents (l’auteur recommande un AMD Phenom II ou un Core 2 Duo).

– lowered Game Boy audio volume so that it matches SNES audio volume
– fixed Super Game Boy multi-player support
– fixed Super Game Boy swapped player bug
– compressed Game Boy cartridges can now be loaded
– added save state support for Super Game Boy games
– blocked illegal Super Game Boy packets, fixes Zelda DX, Akumajou Dracula, etc palette issues
– main window once again shrinks on size changes
– joypads can now control the file loading window (support is very rudimentary)
– cleaned up video and audio sliders, increased audio input frequency range for 59hz monitors
– rewrote all of the input capture system from scratch
– added dozens of additional GUI hotkey bindings to resize the main window, control synchronization, control speed, etc
– it is now possible to map keyboard modifiers (shift, control, alt, super) to any input or hotkey; eg alt+enter = fullscreen
– merged all input capture windows into the main settings panel
– added turbo button support; hold down turbo buttons to send a 30hz input pulse
– added asciiPad controller emulation; contains off/turbo/auto fire toggles and slow-motion mode
– asciiPad support allows for quick switching between keyboard and gamepad input
– merged scanline filter into the user interface (under Video Settings) to allow it to work on all filters; including the NTSC filter
– killed off an evil QString <> string intermediary class called utf8; string class can convert to and from QString directly now
– added fast BS-X, Sufami Turbo and Game Boy cartridge loading: use the filter list under « Load Cartridge » to bypass the BIOS selection screen
– added pixel shader support to the OpenGL driver on Windows and Linux; note that it only really works well on Linux at the moment
– added proper Vsync support to the OpenGL driver on Windows and Linux using GL extensions; again this really only works well on Linux
– added unique path memory for shaders, folders, cartridges, BS-X, Sufami Turbo and Game Boy images
– upgraded to Qt 4.6.0 release candidate 1; fixes an issue with the first checkbox in lists not updating when clicked

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