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The Rumor Mill - November 8, '00 by JoseQ
Welcome guys and gals to another edition of EmuView's Rumor Mill, your source for everything that still needs some time to become a known fact. As you already know, this week has brought us a new MAME and already the discontinuation of two emulators which is definitely sad news. However, we saw the re-birth of one Playstation emulator which definitely comes as good news. With that in mind, and the elections in the United States taking place this week, it was a bit tough to find rumors for this week, but fear not, as I did find some juicy ones, pictures included. In the bag I've got: Famicommunist (you'll see what it is), Virtua related rumors, BDM, Mimic, Visine, RockNESX, and more. So let's get right on to it.
I know you're asking yourself what the heck "Famicommunist" could be?? Well, Qmeister is happy to report the birth of a new NES emulator. I forgot to ask if I was allowed to mention the author's name, so for now I'll leave it as anonymous, I'm sure this will surface soon as a release is scheduled for this Friday! What's so special about this emulator is that already it supports two mappers that haven't been supported ever before. Now I knwo you want to see some pictures of this emulators, and I did my homework, and have them here for you. Check them out:

Screenshot 1
Screenshot 2
Screenshot 3
Screenshot 4
Screenshot 5

If you look closely, Screenshot 5 is a picture from a "260 in 1" running on mapper 199. This emulator also works with mapper #43. Those screenshots posted there come from two different PCs, hence the different menu colors I think. I've heard some good things about it, so we will see Friday when it hits the street how well accepted it is. NES turned me into the videogaming freak I am today, so I owe it to myself to download this puppy and try a few games on it.
Moving on to a console from the generation following the NES, we got a report from Zeograd's Hu-Go!. The main engine behind this emulator is being rewritten from which a speed boost should be expected. This should clear out all copyrights from Marat Fayzullin in the core, making Hu-Go! a totally free software. Lester Barrows is also working on improving the Joypad support under Linux. I also heard from some new sources that Magic Engine will support ZIP and/or ISOs in their next beta release.
Something that is a very light rumor mixed in with some facts is that Final Burn'sDave, whom we all admire, has been seen playing around with the Virtua source which was released this week. We have many agents camping near Dave's area, and we understand that he's really busy with other stuff, so a Model 2 emulator coming from Dave is probably out of the question, but the fact that he was interested begs the question of it's realization. I guess only time will tell on this one, but remember, this rumor should be taken with a grain of salt. Those wondering if Charles MacDonald halted development on his System C2 emulator to take a look at the Virtua code, we can safely report that this hasn't happened. Even though everyone is very happy that Kayamon released the source code, Charles is not contemplating picking it up. As to why Kayamon stopped the project, it was simply because he doesn't have enough time to dedicate to this type of work for now. If you have downloaded the source, then you're probably fully informed as the README contains info about his motives.
The author of Beaten Dying Moon, an unreleased Gameboy emulator with platform independence in mind, has gotten a bit of juice pumped into it's veins since the author has just finished his exams period just yesterday. It seems he's back to work on his project and should come up with something within a few weeks. I guess we will have more details on this one in the next edition of the Rumor Mill.
While Atani's camp was silent this week, we did get a report in from the Mimic base from the same agent that reported last week. This one I'm going to post just as it came in:

-------- TOP SECRET -------------

Due to MB's comittment to the SystemE and his planned work on same. There is nothing to report. Note that a coded document has been seen entitled "Project:Amethyst". But, this does not look like an emulation related project. Curious.

I certainly have no clue as to what "Project:Amethyst" means, so give me some time to find that out for next week.
As mentioned some weeks ago, RockNES was going on a resting spree after the release in November, so don't expect much action from that for a while. However, the Windows port, RockNESX could happen during this time as it is done by a totally different entity. Fx3 has been seen working on his "Megaman 2" level editor though (Visine). The sprites and objects are editable now, although no graphics as of yet.
And going to Sega's 16-bit camp, we got a silent report from GENS and a thin one from AGES where a few things have implemented, but the compatibility rate still remains the same. However, it is good to point out that development on this emulator has resumed after being on hold for a few weeks.
And that, my friends, is all for this week. I hope you found it exciting and interesting as I did besides the bad news going around. I'm working a bit to find some new bases for my agents so that I can report on more emulator development. We'll see how that goes. Until next time, Qmeister signs off, and thanks for reading!

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Name: Dan Robinson Posted: Wednesday, May 9, 2001 - (15:53)
Subject: Your Mamma
From: 24.226.0.235
Yo Mamma so fat she puts on her belt with a boomerang

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Name: Posted: Wednesday, May 9, 2001 - (15:55)
Subject: Re: Your Mamma
From: 24.226.0.235
>Yo Mamma so fat she puts on her belt with a boomerang
>you know what i think of this comment i think its right

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Name: Posted: Thursday, August 16, 2001 - (11:01)
Subject: Re: Re: Your Mamma
From: adsl-81-160-220.asm.bellsouth.net
>>Yo Mamma so fat she puts on her belt with a boomerang
>>you know what i think of this comment i think its right
>your a bum
>

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Name: farts on moms Posted: Wednesday, May 9, 2001 - (15:56)
Subject: Re: Re: Your Mamma
From: 24.226.0.235
>>Yo Mamma so fat she puts on her belt with a boomerang
>>you know what i think of this comment i think its right
>
>

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Name: condomz Posted: Wednesday, May 9, 2001 - (15:56)
Subject: Re: Re: Re: Your Mamma
From: 24.226.0.235
>>>Yo Mamma so fat she puts on her belt with a boomerang
>>>you know what i think of this comment i think its right
>>
>>
>you know what you should buy a condom

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Name: ViZo Posted: Friday, November 10, 2000 - (13:10)
Subject: heheh
From: 209.214.112.230
what should I name my NES emulator? Right now its SlimNES(because it runs on DOS/640k RAM(swaps ROM segments from the hard drive)/100k max download/runs possibly on a 386) Should I change it? btw it won't be released for a while, it is very early in development, loads the rom, emulates very basic CPU functions. Oh did I mention it is being designed to be platform independent? (the source will compile under borland turbo C++, borland turbo C, GNU gcc, djgpp, and MANY other ANSI C compliant compilers :))


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Name: my mom Posted: Wednesday, May 9, 2001 - (15:58)
Subject: Re: heheh
From: 24.226.0.235
>what should I name my NES emulator? Right now its SlimNES(because it runs on DOS/640k RAM(swaps ROM segments from the hard drive)/100k max download/runs possibly on a 386) Should I change it? btw it won't be released for a while, it is very early in development, loads the rom, emulates very basic CPU functions. Oh did I mention it is being designed to be platform independent? (the source will compile under borland turbo C++, borland turbo C, GNU gcc, djgpp, and MANY other ANSI C compliant compilers :))
>i dont know a word you said but i think youre a mental retard oooooo oooooo drule fart snif needle dead.

>
>

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Name: youre mom Posted: Wednesday, May 9, 2001 - (16:00)
Subject: Re: Re: heheh
From: 24.226.0.235
>>what should I name my NES emulator? Right now its SlimNES(because it runs on DOS/640k RAM(swaps ROM segments from the hard drive)/100k max download/runs possibly on a 386) Should I change it? btw it won't be released for a while, it is very early in development, loads the rom, emulates very basic CPU functions. Oh did I mention it is being designed to be platform independent? (the source will compile under borland turbo C++, borland turbo C, GNU gcc, djgpp, and MANY other ANSI C compliant compilers :))
>>i dont know a word you said but i think youre a mental retard oooooo oooooo drule fart snif needle dead.
>you have to take a stanley steamer oooo ooo smoke snif drule see fart fart drule snif needle dead i now
want to have sex with youre momma
>>
>>
>

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Name: poops on youre mom Posted: Wednesday, May 9, 2001 - (16:02)
Subject: Re: Re: Re: heheh
From: 24.226.0.235
>>>what should I name my NES emulator? Right now its SlimNES(because it runs on DOS/640k RAM(swaps ROM segments from the hard drive)/100k max download/runs possibly on a 386) Should I change it? btw it won't be released for a while, it is very early in development, loads the rom, emulates very basic CPU functions. Oh did I mention it is being designed to be platform independent? (the source will compile under borland turbo C++, borland turbo C, GNU gcc, djgpp, and MANY other ANSI C compliant compilers :))
>>>i dont know a word you said but i think youre a mental retard oooooo oooooo drule fart snif needle dead.
>>you have to take a stanley steamer oooo ooo smoke snif drule see fart fart drule snif needle dead i now
> want to have sex with youre momma
>>>youre mom was baryed wirth my poop needle dead

>>>
>>
>

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Name: haha Posted: Saturday, November 11, 2000 - (16:11)
Subject: Re: heheh
From: 194.230.162.1
>what should I name my NES emulator? Right now its SlimNES(because it runs on DOS/640k RAM(swaps ROM segments from the hard drive)/100k max download/runs possibly on a 386) Should I change it? btw it won't be released for a while, it is very early in development, loads the rom, emulates very basic CPU functions. Oh did I mention it is being designed to be platform independent? (the source will compile under borland turbo C++, borland turbo C, GNU gcc, djgpp, and MANY other ANSI C compliant compilers :))
>
Call it <-NoNes-> or NeverNES because you will never finish and release it!

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Name: Posted: Friday, November 10, 2000 - (14:12)
Subject: Re: heheh
From: 165.230.43.89
>what should I name my NES emulator? Right now its SlimNES(because it runs on DOS/640k RAM(swaps ROM segments from the hard drive)/100k max download/runs possibly on a 386) Should I change it? btw it won't be released for a while, it is very early in development, loads the rom, emulates very basic CPU functions. Oh did I mention it is being designed to be platform independent? (the source will compile under borland turbo C++, borland turbo C, GNU gcc, djgpp, and MANY other ANSI C compliant compilers :))
>
GhettoNES!

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Name: [JJ] Posted: Friday, November 10, 2000 - (14:42)
Subject: Re: Re: heheh
From: 213.123.44.231
NotAnotherFeckinNESEmu :-)

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Name: ViZo Posted: Saturday, November 11, 2000 - (8:10)
Subject: Re: Re: Re: heheh
From: 209.214.116.122
>NotAnotherFeckinNESEmu :-)
>
lol, I was thinking the very same thing, but I was hoping that it would be easier then jumping right to a PSX or N64 emu(!). Besides, its fast and compact, should run under linux DOSEmu under freedos, opensource, virtually platform independent (just recompile, should work fine, I've tested it under borland and gcc) but as I've said its still early in development. I don't know if I will finish it or release it.

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Name: Halcyon Posted: Thursday, November 9, 2000 - (19:36)
Subject: Famicommunist
From: 206.47.244.93
What's the big deal about the name "Famicommunist" ? It's just a choice in politics, it's nothing like
"Rather A Pokemon Emulator?" whose acronym was something you could be sent to jail for. Communism is a mindset not a crime forced on ppl against their will. Personally I don't give a crud about politics but certainly nothing wrong with the name. How could it offend anyone? It's not like he's saying.. "Become a communist or you can't play this emulator" Would you be mad if someone named an emulator... mmm... Dreamocrat?

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Name: uzplayer Posted: Friday, November 10, 2000 - (9:46)
Subject: Re: Famicommunist
From: 216.175.184.58
This is fun...

I'd like you to goto a Russian district or Chinatown and mention that.. See how long you would survive...

- uzplayer -

>What's the big deal about the name "Famicommunist" ? It's just a choice in politics, it's nothing like
>"Rather A Pokemon Emulator?" whose acronym was something you could be sent to jail for. Communism is a mindset not a crime forced on ppl against their will. Personally I don't give a crud about politics but certainly nothing wrong with the name. How could it offend anyone? It's not like he's saying.. "Become a communist or you can't play this emulator" Would you be mad if someone named an emulator... mmm... Dreamocrat?
>

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Name: Frogacuda Posted: Friday, November 10, 2000 - (10:37)
Subject: Re: Re: Famicommunist
From: 165.230.43.89
>This is fun...
>
>I'd like you to goto a Russian district or Chinatown and mention that.. See how long you would survive...
>
>- uzplayer -

Actually I've had many freinds who came from communist China, and none of them ever spoke ill of the government or communism in general. While, when I asked them, they still admitted they prefer it here, none of them ever seemed to have any real issue with communism, and I certainly don't think they would be psychotic enough to attack me for mentioning communism as you seem to have implied.

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Name: Dorsola Posted: Friday, November 10, 2000 - (4:52)
Subject: Re: Famicommunist
From: 24.12.42.64
>Would you be mad if someone named an emulator...
>mmm... Dreamocrat?


Dreamocrat... that's good! I like that one. :) Sounds like a good possible name for the next Dreamcast emulator...

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Name: Frogacuda Posted: Thursday, November 9, 2000 - (19:45)
Subject: Re: Famicommunist
From: 165.230.43.89
Exactly. The name Famicommunist is all in fun. It's not political, it's just an excuse to add some humor to the emu and its homepage, and also emphasize that the emu is free. Emus are about fun, they should have a sense of humor. Bloodlust made that point in their emus. Why do we have to be corporate and politically correct when we name a program written to play NES games.

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Name: Stigmata` Posted: Thursday, November 9, 2000 - (17:23)
Subject: Famicommunist
From: 216.179.13.195
hehehe, i've tried it too. its great. long live communism!

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Name: Frogacuda Posted: Thursday, November 9, 2000 - (19:35)
Subject: Re: Famicommunist
From: 165.230.43.89
>hehehe, i've tried it too. its great. long live communism!
>
Yeah, I've found myself using it quite alot since I got the beta. It's good tecnically and it has a nice pallete and a nice streamlined gui. It's one to watch for.

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Name: Meka-l33t Posted: Thursday, November 9, 2000 - (21:34)
Subject: Can you stop acting l33t?
From: 128.100.73.114
>>hehehe, i've tried it too. its great. long live communism!
>>
>Yeah, I've found myself using it quite alot since I got the beta. It's good tecnically and it has a nice pallete and a nice streamlined gui. It's one to watch for.

All this talk amongst you lucky folks make you people sound l33t, expecioally when you do it such a casual manner.

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Name: TsengRei Posted: Thursday, November 9, 2000 - (12:38)
Subject: nes
From: 62.0.140.22
I tried commie, it works really nice, and like frogu said, it's not sardu, anyway commie has a nice bright future since it runs smoothly and emulates some shining new mappers :)

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Name: Rory Posted: Thursday, November 9, 2000 - (11:41)
Subject: Short Memories
From: 202.105.102.166
Doesn't anyone remember THE NES Emulator that filled the post-NESticle void??

In early emu-lore, after great Sardu's sad departure, fwNES and BioNES appeared to appease us all.

It was the great compatability of fwNES of course that finally allowed us to play many of those obscure, unlicensed, and foreign carts.

If I remember correctly, the friendly author of this emu was ITALIAN and had to go to mandatory military service for 1-2 years so he had to put the emu on hold for a long time...

PERHAPS the fwNES author is back and busy adding mappers again... ?????

Anyone agree with me?? Come on Jose, could it be??

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Name: Zoop Posted: Thursday, November 9, 2000 - (12:58)
Subject: Re: Short Memories
From: 195.132.199.185
>If I remember correctly, the friendly author of this emu was ITALIAN and had to go to mandatory military service for 1-2 years so he had to put the emu on hold for a long time...
>PERHAPS the fwNES author is back and busy adding mappers again... ?????
>Anyone agree with me?? Come on Jose, could it be??

fwNES author (Fanwen) is Chinese.

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Name: Posted: Thursday, November 9, 2000 - (13:46)
Subject: Re: Re: Short Memories
From: 165.230.43.89
>>If I remember correctly, the friendly author of this emu was ITALIAN and had to go to mandatory military service for 1-2 years so he had to put the emu on hold for a long time...
>>PERHAPS the fwNES author is back and busy adding mappers again... ?????
>>Anyone agree with me?? Come on Jose, could it be??
>
>fwNES author (Fanwen) is Chinese.
>
Hey, China is communist, you know...

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Name: Rabbit Posted: Friday, November 10, 2000 - (1:01)
Subject: Re: Re: Re: Short Memories
From: 192.72.45.162
>>>If I remember correctly, the friendly author of this emu was ITALIAN and had to go to mandatory military service for 1-2 years so he had to put the emu on hold for a long time...
>>>PERHAPS the fwNES author is back and busy adding mappers again... ?????
>>>Anyone agree with me?? Come on Jose, could it be??
>>
>>fwNES author (Fanwen) is Chinese.
>>
>Hey, China is communist, you know...
>

Fanwen is a Taiwanese, not a Chinese.
Taiwan is a developed and democratic country, not a communist one.
Although China claims it owns Taiwan, it's not true at all. Taiwan is virtually an independent country for over 50 years.
It's a pity for Taiwan people that most people don't know the distinction of China and Taiwan.
China government always claims it owns Taiwan, and threatens to invade Taiwan every now and then. It's a shame for such a big nation to behave like this.

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Name: Paul "TBBle" Hampson Posted: Saturday, November 11, 2000 - (16:03)
Subject: Re: Re: Re: Re: Short Memories
From: 150.203.245.2
>It's a pity for Taiwan people that most people don't know the distinction of China and Taiwan.

You have to be careful of that...
Communist China is the People's Republic of China
Taiwan is the Democratic Republic of China.

So they _are_ both China, in the same way that North and South Korea are both still Korean. It's a political divide, not a racial or even cultural one.

Besides, the PRC would love to re-capture(?) Taiwan 'cause that's where Chinese revolutionaries tend to flee (historically as well as in modern times)

Anyway, most political systems are forced upon people who don't care enough, by people who do care enough. Isn't that why so many Americans don't vote?

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Name: Rabbit Posted: Friday, November 10, 2000 - (0:58)
Subject: Re: Re: Re: Short Memories
From: 192.72.45.162
>>>If I remember correctly, the friendly author of this emu was ITALIAN and had to go to mandatory military service for 1-2 years so he had to put the emu on hold for a long time...
>>>PERHAPS the fwNES author is back and busy adding mappers again... ?????
>>>Anyone agree with me?? Come on Jose, could it be??
>>
>>fwNES author (Fanwen) is Chinese.
>>
>Hey, China is communist, you know...
>

Fanwen is a Taiwanese, not a Chinese.
Taiwan is a developed and democratic country, not a communist one.
Although China claims it owns Taiwan, it's not true at all. Taiwan is virtually an independent country for over 50 years.
It's a pity Taiwan people that most people don't know the distinction of China and Taiwan.
China government always claims it owns Taiwan, and threatens to invade Taiwan every now and then. It's a shame for such a big nation to behave like this.

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Name: SoulCtcher Posted: Thursday, November 9, 2000 - (10:44)
Subject: Blame Canada.
From: 172.163.50.92
Here's the thought that's on most people's minds about that Famicommunist emu: "...hmmm...could it be from Sardu?"

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Name: Frogacuda Posted: Thursday, November 9, 2000 - (10:57)
Subject: Re: Blame Canada.
From: 165.230.43.89
>Here's the thought that's on most people's minds about that Famicommunist emu: "...hmmm...could it be from Sardu?"
>
It's from the author of an existing DOS NES emu, but it isn't Sardu. :/
As awesome as that would be I think Sardu has written his last emu.

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Name: Dave Posted: Thursday, November 9, 2000 - (9:59)
Subject: Say what #2
From: 212.159.1.1
Like Charles, I'm not playing around with the Virtua source either. I've looked at it, but I haven't done anything with it!
Hope this clears up any rumors too!

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Name: Posted: Thursday, November 9, 2000 - (14:50)
Subject: Re: Say what #2
From: 194.165.160.140
>Like Charles, I'm not playing around with the Virtua source either. I've looked at it, but I haven't done anything with it!
>Hope this clears up any rumors too!
>
>
So how bout some rumours from the source then? Any scoops? Or do we have to wait for ThunderBlade to have ground next year?

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Name: Living Suede Posted: Thursday, November 9, 2000 - (9:56)
Subject: Nemu64
From: 128.226.192.51
Hey JoseQ. I was just wondering if you could get us some info on the current status of nemu. We haven't really heard anything since they got that new video coder and I was wondering if the emu is dead or has made any progress or (I pray!) a release is close. C'mon and work that secret agent magic and infiltrate the secret Nemu compound.

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Name: uzplayer Posted: Thursday, November 9, 2000 - (9:17)
Subject: ...
From: 216.175.184.58
The new NES emulator looks good, but I'll be honest about something. Being that I have had family members caught up in the entire communist mess, I dont like the name and I find it somewhat offensive.

But since that scandal before with another emulator (RAPE) no matter how hard people yell about it, nothing will change. So just regard this as a vent of frustration...

- uzplayer -
www.gamersuplink.com

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Name: Stigmata` Posted: Thursday, November 9, 2000 - (17:25)
Subject: bah.
From: 216.179.13.195
geez. don't complain. its only a name, it doesn't really imply anything, other then the person that came up with it is very creative and/or under the influence of something. kthnx

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Name: Frogacuda Posted: Thursday, November 9, 2000 - (10:54)
Subject: Re: ...
From: 165.230.43.89
Emulators have a long history of bad, slightly offensive puns in thir names (Nesticle, pNES, Genecyst, etc..). It's all in fun. Lighten up. It is, after all, just an emu, not an actual political organization.

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Name: uzplayer Posted: Friday, November 10, 2000 - (9:43)
Subject: Re: Re: ...
From: 216.175.184.58
You know Frog.. Just like you attack my political views with a political shotgun, you attack me here. And I will say what I have said before. Nesticle, pNES, Genecyst, (well, maybe pNES is obvious) and all those others are NOT as obvious as RAPE and FamiCommunist. But like I said. Just because we argue about these names, doesn't mean that they would change them... But let me point something out to you. The more people name offensive emus, the worse off emulation will be. How long will it take people like you and some other emu authors to realize that the more bad and moronic things you do, the more the gaming community distances itself from emulation.

And you wonder why emulation is considered by most gaming sites as "evil." (Not counting the commercial emulators out there. And dont get started about that whole emulation must be free crap. It's the authors choice whether or not they want to make it free or charge.))

>Emulators have a long history of bad, slightly offensive puns in thir names (Nesticle, pNES, Genecyst, etc..). It's all in fun. Lighten up. It is, after all, just an emu, not an actual political organization.
>

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Name: Posted: Friday, November 10, 2000 - (10:56)
Subject: Re: Re: Re: ...
From: 165.230.43.89
>You know Frog.. Just like you attack my political views with a political shotgun, you attack me here.

Actually you attacked Famicommunist first, and it os my perogative to defend it should I so choose. He seem awfully self righteous lately, becoming indignat whenever anyone should happen to disagree with what you say. And might I add that our earlier poilitical argument was also a direct response to YOUR statements, but that is not an issue for this messageboard. If you don't want to be held accountable for you statements please keep them to yourself.

>And I will say what I have said before.
>Nesticle, pNES, Genecyst, (well, maybe pNES is obvious) and all those others are NOT as obvious as RAPE and FamiCommunist.

No, there is a big difference between RAPE and Famicommunist. RAPE was intended to offend people. Famicommunist was intended to be funny, and to most it is. There is nothing inherantly evil about communism, it's just a failed political ideology.


>But like I said. Just because we argue about these names, doesn't mean that they would change them... But let me point something out to you. The more people name offensive emus, the worse off emulation will be. How long will it take people like you and some other emu authors to realize that the more bad and moronic things you do, the more the gaming community distances itself from emulation.
>

Famicommunist is not, nor will it ever be, a commercial emu (Then it would be FamiCapitalist). Therefore, why should it be concerned with the mainstream gaming media. Let's face it, NESticle isn't any more press freindly than FCommie. If it were intended to be mainstream, I'm sure the author would have called it NESe or something similarly generic. I would also like to point out that I am not the author of FCommie or any other emu, nor did I choose the name (although I do happen to like the name).

>And you wonder why emulation is considered by most gaming sites as "evil." (Not counting the commercial emulators out there. And dont get started about that whole emulation must be free crap. It's the authors choice whether or not they want to make it free or charge.))
>

Firstly I never said emus must be free. I said FCommie is free. I have always agreed that it is an emu authors right to charge for an emu if he chooses, and similarly it is also his right to name an emu what he pleases, without having to adhere to the rules of political correctness to make his emu freindly to the mainstream.

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Name: Moxtoby Posted: Thursday, November 9, 2000 - (4:58)
Subject: stuff
From: 195.195.226.238
( nice to see people been serious )
Does anyone know the state of the emulaters on the dreamcast?

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Name: CarloS Posted: Thursday, November 9, 2000 - (5:34)
Subject: Re: stuff
From: 212.20.72.70
I was try the gleam!, it's not bad, but many roms doesn't funciton :o((, But Sega planing relase the SATURN Emulator for the DC ;o))

karel.jurecka@pramet.com

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Name: Smeg Posted: Thursday, November 9, 2000 - (13:32)
Subject: Saturn Emulator on DC
From: 209.4.43.94
>I was try the gleam!, it's not bad, but many roms doesn't funciton :o((, But Sega planing relase the SATURN Emulator for the DC ;o))
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>karel.jurecka@pramet.com
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I don't know where you heard that, but forget about it. It's not possible, and even if it were, it would run so slow as to be useless.

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Name: tanj Posted: Thursday, November 9, 2000 - (15:48)
Subject: Re: Saturn Emulator on DC
From: 209.178.183.194

>I don't know where you heard that, but forget about it. It's not possible, and even if it were, it would run so slow as to be useless.
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Sega is releasing several SS games for DC

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Name: customx Posted: Thursday, November 9, 2000 - (3:00)
Subject: re-birth of what playstation emu?
From: 203.13.35.115
which playstation emu?

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Name: Ice Posted: Thursday, November 9, 2000 - (4:13)
Subject: must mean FPSE
From: 212.104.133.229
>which playstation emu?
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Name: Charles MacDonald Posted: Thursday, November 9, 2000 - (0:43)
Subject: Say what?
From: 64.206.92.100
For the record, I never said anything about working on Virtua - I'm not sure where that (rumor?) got started in the first place, but I figure this posting may clear things up somewhat...

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Name: Frogacuda Posted: Thursday, November 9, 2000 - (0:18)
Subject: Famicommunist
From: 165.230.43.89
If anyone was wondering about the author of Famicommunist, I will tell you this: It isn't his first NES emu :)

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Name: Luigi30 Posted: Thursday, November 9, 2000 - (15:28)
Subject: NESticle?
From: 24.164.35.107
>If anyone was wondering about the author of Famicommunist, I will tell you this: It isn't his first NES emu :)
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Name: SlasherX Posted: Thursday, November 9, 2000 - (0:09)
Subject: I'm the first to post. =O)
From: 24.5.140.209
nt

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Name: Nobbler Posted: Thursday, November 9, 2000 - (0:31)
Subject: Re: I'm the first to post. =O)
From: 195.102.201.242
Your a prat. =O)

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Name: meme Posted: Wednesday, May 9, 2001 - (15:52)
Subject: Re: Re: I'm the first to post. =O)
From: 24.226.0.235
>Your a prat. =O)
>youre momma is so fat she jumped up into the air and got stuck.

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