• Emulators, PS3 Hacks , 31.10.2010

    Mednafen is a multi-system emulator. It can emulate various systems such as NES, GB/GBC, GBA, SMS, GG, and more.

    Currently, it supports only NES, GB/GBC, GBA, SMS, and GG, but more system supports is in development.

    How-to Use:

    - File Menu
    Up and Down to Scroll the list by 1
    Left and Right to scroll the list by a page
    Cross: Select File or directory
    Circle: Go to previous directory

    - In Game:
    Tilt the right stick to the right for fast forward
    R3 to open settings menu
    Hold L3 + L2 to save state
    Hold L3 + R2 to load state
    Hold L3 + R3 to redefine controls

    - Settings Menu:
    Up and down to choose setting
    Left and right to change the current settings value

    Change log for revision 4 through 30:

    R4 - Hopefully fixes loading non-zipped files.
    R5 - Add load new game item on R3 menu. Press Triangle in the browser to change your mind. Doesn’t like to load more than one SMS or GG game in a session.
    R6 - Make File list larger and take up whole screen on wide screen displays. XMB no longer sluggish with list open. Add a quick note about building.
    R7 - Add new font.
    R8 - Maintenance, do not compile.
    R9 - More maintenance, do not compile
    R10 - One more
    R11 - New cleaner Makefiles, read BUILDING NOTES.TXT for details. Split System Code from emulator code. New shot at font, less blurry, but slow.
    R12 - Makefiles generate dependencies now
    R13 - Lower resolution, yet snappier, font.
    R14 - Use thread for presenting frames, maybe faster, maybe not. Save State load button is probably broke, will work on input next.
    R15 - Maintenance, do not compile Undo threaded frame buffer, boy that was broken in fun ways. Begin PCE support
    R16 - Preliminary PCE Support, no CD yet, that will come later
    R17 - Fix cutoffs and crashes in input getter
    R18 - Compile in Lynx, NeoGeo Pocket, and WonderSwan. Only WonderSwan and NeoGeo work for now, but neither is really tested.
    R19 - [No log message]
    R20 - Support bookmarks, in file list press R2 to set or remove bookmark.
    R21 - Enable lynx, read Readme for BIOS info
    R22 - Fix load state button
    R23 - PCE CD support, ftp bios to /dev_hdd0/game/MDFN90000/USRDIR/pcebios.bin, use only BIN/CUE with no external tracks or PS3 may hang.
    R24 - Add descriptions to settings menu.
    R25 - Remove obsolete vsync option, it’s always on now
    R26 - Add reload game to nestopia and gambatte
    R27 - all: Add reset option
    R28 - Add save state confirmation to mednafen (may not on all systems) Move state buttons to R2 and L2 in gambatte and nestopia
    R29 - Increase scroll speed in file list Fix XMB responsiveness in setting menu
    R30 - Move mednafen input configure text toward the left

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  • 10 Comments

    1. sibs44
      10-31-2010
      12:17 PM
      1

      Awesome. Hopefully Pokemon will work this time. Typo: Released*

    2. facanferff
      10-31-2010
      12:40 PM
      2

      Please see this: http://www.ps3hax.net/showthread.php...550#post134550
      Here I will upload the newest PKG.

    3. riplay
      10-31-2010
      01:02 PM
      3

      Here i made a youtube video of me playing pokemon fire red (gba)

      YouTube - PS3 ALL-IN-ONE EMULATOR

    4. fenomeno0chris
      10-31-2010
      01:55 PM
      4

      Would love to see N64!
      The emulation list now, is not realy impressive. The PSP can emualte them perfectly.
      I would prefer Wii or PSP or Dreamcast.

      But keep up developing!

    5. riplay
      10-31-2010
      03:12 PM
      5

      this emulator worked for one game now it keeps restarting each time i try to load a game!!

    6. facanferff
      10-31-2010
      03:17 PM
      6

      Originally Posted by riplay
      this emulator worked for one game now it keeps restarting each time i try to load a game!!
      That is some bug there is in the emulator, but that doesn't happen every time.

    7. vcheese
      10-31-2010
      04:12 PM
      7

      Nice! but where do you put the games in?

    8. facanferff
      10-31-2010
      04:21 PM
      8

      Originally Posted by vcheese
      Nice! but where do you put the games in?
      Where you want, inside the emulator you go to the folder where you put the games.

    9. EASY
      11-01-2010
      04:21 AM
      9

      Very Good!
      But waitin on a PS1 Emulator to play my games I have.

      Would be very

    10. sibs44
      11-01-2010
      05:43 AM
      10

      @EASY You can play PS1 games.. you've always been able to.