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[RELEASE] UniPCemu

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superfury
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[RELEASE] UniPCemu

Post by superfury » Thu Sep 20, 2018 6:33 pm

UniPCemu is available for all PSP firmwares now!

It's a x86 emulator(from 8086 all the way to 80486SX, in various CPU and hardware configurations). It's input is originally optimized for the PSP, with additional input methods for PC, Android and other operating systems(on said systems only).

It can emulate systems from a basic IBM PC(both cycle accurate and IPS(Dosbox-style) clocking modes) up to a Compaq Deskpro 386/486.

It also emulates various audio(up to Sound Blaster 2.0) and Video(MDA all the way up to the Tseng ET4000 SVGA(Tseng chips adding working graphics modes up to 1280x1024x16 color modes on top of the VGA modes).

It can be found at it's main release page: https://superfury.itch.io/unipcemu
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superfury
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Re: [RELEASE] UniPCemu

Post by superfury » Thu Sep 20, 2018 6:33 pm

Anyone interested?
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flamming_python
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Re: [RELEASE] UniPCemu

Post by flamming_python » Sun Sep 30, 2018 12:29 am

Umm yeah, interested.

But what is it? Can it run DOS? Better than PSP DOSBox?

Nemo1984
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Re: [RELEASE] UniPCemu

Post by Nemo1984 » Wed Oct 03, 2018 8:39 pm

I will take a look at it and report back. Not sure what it does either.

Thanks

superfury
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Re: [RELEASE] UniPCemu

Post by superfury » Tue Oct 09, 2018 6:22 am

Unfortunately it isn't very fast yet(device-dependant Windows > Android > PSP), but I'm working on that.

It runs using BIOS ROMs, with hardware being cycle-accurate. It can run as basic as an IBM XT up to as advanced as a Compaq Deskpro 386(486 chip is optional).

It also supports emulated flash ROMs(see the manual). As well as an in-emulator configuration menu(press select to open) and music player(playing music through the emulated adlib/MT-32).

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