Index Of Faked Projects

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Post by bizzle » Mon Jan 06, 2003 3:46 pm

hmm i never really checked out frnes, it was before my time
nester was out when i came here, and thats what i was told to use, good job anyway ReGex
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Post by pavelbure » Mon Jan 06, 2003 11:27 pm

frnes was the first nes emu for the dc to play mike tysons punch out. this is still a very good emu.
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Post by HyperG » Tue Jan 07, 2003 3:05 pm

atf487 wrote: things from choppy emu - A few homebrew games
The projects of course were discontinued, due to the lack of material to complete them.

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Post by reaper2k2 » Tue Jan 07, 2003 4:23 pm

YES i liked the menu in frnes a ? what did you use to make it what version of kos or / other system


i also thought it was nice but IM not a nes person
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Post by ReGex » Wed Jan 08, 2003 5:31 pm

Hey Everybody, Thanks for the positive response... I'm glad to hear that some of the oldschool crew is still around, still remember the glory days of FrNES vs. NesterDC.

Reaper:
The menu was written using KOS, just using the framebuffer originally, but I ported it to the PVR when we figured out how to use it (thus why you can have window transparency and stuff, even though it isn't fully enabled in any of the released builds). The source is out there if any coders wanted to reuse or adapt the source (I'm not sure if it's implemented that well, to be honest, but it does work alright).

I hope everyone's still around by the time my game gets done. It's a 4 player game, and it's a remake of a really cool boardgame, called "Settlers of Catan". I've built the visualization and game rules and stuff already, all I have to do is port it to the DC (I have a PC version that's working).

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Post by Skater_dusto » Wed Jan 08, 2003 5:53 pm

That game sounds pretty cool. I'd love another multiplayer game to show off to all my friends. They actually appreciate homebrew stuff like that!! They ohhh'ed and ahhh'ed the first time I showed them frnes! Oh how they were amazed.

I've also been a faithful fan of your emulator since it came out. It took me the longest time to burn a copy of NesterDC. The only incentive was the state saving function. I thought that it would be cool to save your progress in River City Ransom. But I still use your emulator to this day. I use NesterDC about the same amount also. Again, thanks for the emulator. I don't think of it as some great pirating toy where I can play free games. But as a way to revisit and enjoy my childhood, and them some. :D
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