> 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
> 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:
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?