Marat Fayzullin has released a new version of his
very old and popular iNES. This is obviously a Nintendo
Entertainment System which was coded in a very portable
fashion. You can visit it's homepage by clicking here. It is currently being developed for Windows, a
couple of version of Unix including Solaris and FreeBSD
as well as many other platforms. Marat was kind enough
to send us the list of what's new in HTML format so here
it is, direct from his mailnote:
|New iNES! - February 11, '99 by JoseQ
Rewritten and extended documentation. READ IT!
Famicom DiskSystem emulation.
VS System emulation.
Majorly bugfixed PPU emulation.
Completely rewritten mapper code.
NES 6502 does not support decimal math.
Direct saving of soundtrack to MIDI files.
Default palette can be loaded from a file.
Speed control in iNES-Windows.
Window size/position snapshots in iNES-Windows.
Keyboard assignments added to iNES-Windows.
Added speed control to VGB-Unix.
Removed description of the .SND format.
Moved .NES format description to the hardware document.
Many other small fixes and improvements.
The Windows version is for sale which you can get
via phone, web or regular mail. If you like this product,
which is a very high quality one, just visit the page,
and follow the links and instructions. It's pretty easy
to order. Enjoy!
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