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SubjectDICE 0.1 Reply to this message
Posted byTrebor
Posted on01/08/08 10:49 AM



Per the homepage:
"Finally got around to releasing the first version of my Discrete Integrated Circuit Emulator, DICE. This is a very early release and hasn't been tested fully, so there may be some bugs still. So far only Pong is supported, hopefully more games will be added in the future...

Download Link
SourceForge.net Project Page

Controls
5 - Insert Coin
Up,Down - Move Player 1 Paddle
A,Z - Move Player 2 Paddle
Esc - Quit

Future versions will have customizable controls, but right now you'll have to edit the source code if you want to change the controls, sorry.

System Requirements
Since it's simulating every single chip separately, it's very slow... Probably about a 3-4 GHz cpu would get it running full speed. It runs at about 20-25 fps on my 2.2 GHz Athlon XP".

Get it here:
http://sourceforge.net/project/showfiles.php?group_id=213223&package_id=256940&release_id=566421

-Trebor




SubjectRe: DICE 0.1 new Reply to this message
Posted bygzsfrk
Posted on01/08/08 02:30 PM



> Per the homepage:
> "Finally got around to releasing the first version of my Discrete Integrated
> Circuit Emulator, DICE. This is a very early release and hasn't been tested
> fully, so there may be some bugs still. So far only Pong is supported, hopefully
> more games will be added in the future...
>
> Download Link
> SourceForge.net Project Page
>
> Controls
> 5 - Insert Coin
> Up,Down - Move Player 1 Paddle
> A,Z - Move Player 2 Paddle
> Esc - Quit
>
> Future versions will have customizable controls, but right now you'll have to
> edit the source code if you want to change the controls, sorry.
>
> System Requirements
> Since it's simulating every single chip separately, it's very slow... Probably
> about a 3-4 GHz cpu would get it running full speed. It runs at about 20-25 fps
> on my 2.2 GHz Athlon XP".
>
> Get it here:
http://sourcefor> ge.net/project/showfiles.php?group_id=213223&package_id=256940&release_id=566421
>
> -Trebor
>

Awesome news! Glad to see another DC simulator coming along. Question, though--since Guru managed to dump the Stunt Cycle PROMs in late December, is that going to make it any more feasible for us to see a true Stunt Cycle simulator at some point?



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