ES-DE (EmulationStation Desktop Edition) is an emulator frontend for Linux, macOS, Windows and Android
You know. You get back into #gaming just a little bit to take your mind off work and be more engaged in something in our off time. Easy peasy.
Before you know it, you have game research docs and are downloading emulators to play Mother 3 on your #iPhone
GAH! What have I become??? WHO AM I????
Cheap coffee table to not so cheap to build but quite awesome arcade cocktail table. Took ages to finish. Running an old I7 alienware x51 with a 1080TI. PC route so i can run ps2 emulation, modern stuff. Font on the panel for the power button and usb cluster is taken from attack of the mutant camels and the game running is sheep in space. One of my first games from back in the day and one of my all time c64 favourites. Both by @llamasoft_ox
Psst! You can go here for "official" Super #Mario Bros DX images and logos for making box art to use in various #emulators and launchers. Anniversary Edition and #Aesthetic Edition variants are included!
Wesley Fenlon (@wes) is the creator of Read Only Memo, a Substack devoted to video-game emulation. Here, he's interviewing programmer Rich Whitehouse about how he's creating 32-player multi-player support for the Atari Jaguar's Alien Vs. Predator — a single-player game — using his BigPEmu emulator.
https://www.mamedev.org/releases/whatsnew_0259.txt00:00:00 MAME Testers00:00:49 New working systems00:02:01 New working clones00:03:16 Systems promoted to wo...
Moved the hacked PS1 mini (it has like 80+ games on it now thanks to Autobleem, the most important of them being Diablo) to the living room to start up a new Diablo run. I beat it two years ago in September and I started my run(s) in August 2021. Something about August and fall, I guess. Last time, I tried a sorcerer but struggled til I switched to fighter, which I beat it with. This time, I'm trying a rogue. Never tried rogue before. Should be wild. Time for tons of saving and leaving all my gear on the ground in town! 🤣
My son just scored his last goal in #EchoVR
Now the game is completely shut down.
"Cloud dependent" games and software is not something game makes should strive towards.
Can you game on it? lol I mostly play #emulators, not many #Android games (though I do get down on some of the #NetflixGames). I know the Pixel's chipset should be able to handle up through some PS2 and Gamecube, which is def enough for me, but if it can handle some Yuzu and/or Vita3K, that would be rad. Just curious if that all works within Graphene's sandboxing and if there are any performance issues.
How does the sandboxed Play Services work? Do you install it, then have to give specific apps permission to access Play Services? How much can you lock down Google apps, like Google Camera, Google Maps, etc., if I choose to use those over the stock/FOSS options? I'll probably go #FOSS like I usually do, but it never hurts to have options.
I've messed with custom roms a fair bit, but not a specifically privacy/security-oriented one like Graphene. Is there anything that someone coming from a relatively vanilla AOSP experience would find jarring or unexpected?
I know GrapheneOS + the #Pixel is kind of the pinnacle of security in mobile devices rn. What have you personally noticed about the #privacy and #security of your own digital experience since switching?
Any thoughts and opinions are welcome! Thanks, friends. 😃
Enjoying a sensible chuckle at the #Nintendo claim of #emulators mysteriously stifling innovation when the only innovative thing they've allowed themselves to do in the past 30 years of franchise iterations is creating a goat I want to fuck.
The article on Nintendo blocking the Dolphin emulator release on Steam was updated with newer info https://www.gamingonlinux.com/2023/05/nintendo-blocked-dolphin-emulator-release-on-steam/ #Emulation #Nintendo #Steam #Gaming
Since I did the same on my old functional.cafe instance, thought I should have an intro here as well, it’s mostly stolen from there
My name is Ștefan (ș being sh or s if you’re English), 20 y.o., ♑, he/him, leftist and all that. I’m sadly living in Romania, I’m an undergrad in computer science and I’ve tried waaaay too many programming languages.
My usual speciality is programming, I prefer functional programming (and Lisps such as #scheme, #commonlisp and #elisp sometimes), math (mostly real analysis, calculus, number theory and geometric algebra).
I am also interested in #linguistics (and NLP), post-WWII history (especially post-‘89), #compilers and #emulators (and generally low-level stuff), #typography and #latex, #linux and #bsd (and #dos stuff) and #philosophy, #astronomy and #astrology (don’t @ me) among many other things. I hope I’ll be welcomed here!