Tag Archives: nes
I’ve released NintendulatorDX v34, the biggest new feature is support for Lua scripting. Get it from the usual place.
My NES port of STREEMERZ was released couple of days ago, get the ROM from here or read the development blog here.
MUSE v03 has been released, get it from the usual place. Changes are: Envelope and arpeggio updates are skipped when NTSC_MODE is enabled. Changed all references from Pornotracker to Musetracker. Added separate SPEED_COMPENSATION and NOTE_FREQ_COMPENSATION flags. Added PAL_MODE and DENDY_MODE flags.
I’ve resumed working on my NES game engine after a long while. I don’t presume a lot of people will be reading this, but it’s a nice way of keeping track of how things progress. Couple of days ago I … Continue reading
New releases: PowerPak Save State Mappers v1.4 – Fixes some games (Cybernoid, Karnov, etc) Nintendulator DX v0.33 – Adds .proc/.scope profiling support Pornotracker v1.4 – Too many changes to mention here, but the biggest one is support for a NES sound library, MUSE. … Continue reading
As the topic says, less than two weeks after the release of v1.2 here’s Pornotracker v1.3. Most of the changes are detailed in this post. In addition, NSF timing was modified to 100% cycle perfect, meaning each sample write falls … Continue reading
Turns out palette loading was completely broken in v1.3.x of the Save State Mappers (in fact, it wasn’t loading the palette at all). This new release fixes the problem. It also waits for release of Start+A+B before resetting, to fix … Continue reading
I’ve worked a lot on Pornotracker since the v1.2 release, next version may come out pretty soon. Here are some of the changes/additions: FamiTone text export. FamiTone is a relatively lightweight NES music replayer that can be used in games … Continue reading
Pornotracker v1.2 has been released. New features: Configuration file OpenGL rendering Fine tune envelope Note cut effect Auto delay effect
Spammmmmm, forgot to post this earlier. Here’s a new NES cover of a pop song that I made. Be sure to use 720p for the best audio quality. PAL NSF: