By: Lupin
Date: Tuesday, June 7th, 2011 at 19:18
Comments: 5

PokeMini 0.5.0

Version 0.5.0 of PokeMini is out! This time JustBurn is taking a big step forward by adding debugging features, a new platform and a lot of other new features. Here is the full list of new features:

  • Debugger is now complete!
  • Reordered menu items better
  • Added Dingux platform (Thanks coccijoe for the port src code)
  • Fixed issue of sound going out of sync
  • Separated piezo filtering (now works with any sound engine)
  • Fixed result of SUB instruction with decimal mode
  • Fixed PRC rate divider
  • Corrected some options in configurations file
  • Multicart support
  • Made sure shared EEPROM and cfg files are only saved on emulator’s executable directory
  • Added “Sync cycles” option that allow to trade between performance and accuracy, higher value can speed up emulation but may cause problems
  • Pressing Left/Right while browsing will now page up/down, selecting drive is now C+Left and C+Right
  • Unofficial colors palette changed (but still backward compatible)
  • New zooms: 5x (480×320) and 6x (576×384)
  • Loading ROM from ZIP package is now supported
  • More palettes and 2 custom ones, they can be edited by pressing A
  • Win32 platform is now fixed and updated
  • Joystick can now be re-defined in portable devices
  • SDL Only: Keyboard can now be re-defined under “Platform…”
  • Dreamcast Only: PAL/NTSC can now be selected under “Platform…”
  • NDS Only: Added FPS counter and rumble pak level adjustment
  • PSP Only: Zoom from 1x to 4x can now be changed under “Platform…”

Downloads of the source and binaries for many systems can be found on the Pokemini Google Code page.

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5 Comments

Agilo says:

This is great!

KAOS says:

Wow, great release!

p0p says:

Great work JustBurn! You rock 😉

Agent99 says:

This is great news!! Awesome work JustBurn!

Kira says:

Is there a version of this that would run mac osx?

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