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General  Emutastic Site Update  -  posted by: Gent on August 19 2005
 Project64 Interactive Tutorial.

 

 The first of the new style Interactive Tutorials has been completed and can be found on

 the Project64 Page.  I am about to embark on another tutorial with a gleem in my eye

 knowing that it works. Also please do not be put off by the design, this will not be the

 end result. The Mighty WebGuru RatTrap will be spicing up the whole Emutastic site with

 his glorious talents when He gets a chance. So many humble thanks for that Rats!

 

 I hope you find this new style Emutastic support helpful, fun but most of all educational.

 Please enjoy it and link to Emutastic if someone asks for help on Project64 or any other

 Emulators we have Guides/Tutorials for. Also if anyone would like to donate the domains

 www.emutastic.net or www.emutastic.com to me, i wouldn't say no either

 All The Best
 Gent

 

 

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 Emutastic Site Update  -  posted by: Gent on August 15 2005

 New Style of Help from Emutastic.

 

 I have decided to make Emutastic Guides into full Interactive Tutorials.
 This is going to be hard work and take some time, but i feel it will be worth it in the end

 for end users who will be able to interact and learn before even touching the emulators.

 All tutorials will have voice support for users with reading difficulties as well as indicators

 of where they will be expected to navigate if an incorrect answer has been given. I am

 very much looking forward to this challenge and hope you will be satisfied with the end

 result. Keep checking back for updates.

 All The Best
 Gent

 

 

General  Emutastic Site Update  -  posted by: Gent on August 13 2005

 Lord Cheese Interview.

 

 I have added the Lord Cheese (Dreamemu Author) interview. You can find  it on the

 above menu under Interviews and the Aug 2005 Section.

 

 

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 Kega Fusion Update  -  posted by: Gent on July 14 2005

 Kega Fusion has been Updated to 3.4

 

 Snake Wrote:

 Snake - Thursday 14th July 2005

 New stuff and fixes. See the History.txt file for more info.


 To find out More and to grab the file go to the
Kega Fusion Site

 

 

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 Emutastic Site Update  -  posted by: Gent on July 12 2005

 Ok the following sections are up and running:

 

 Home/News

 Emutastic Interviews

 Promising Emulators

 Emutastic Forum

 Contact

 About

 Gens Emulator Guide

 Handy Emulator Guide

 Hugo Emulator Guide

 Jnes Emulator Guide

 Mame32 Emulator Guide

 Project Tempest Emulator Guide

 Snes9x Emulator Guide

 Virtual ColecoVision Emulator Guide

 Zsnes Emulator Guide

 

 Emutastic IRC Channel

 

 Keep checking back for further information.

 

 All The Best

 Gent

 

 

General  Jnes 0.6 Released  -  posted by: Gent on June 25 2005

 Jnes 0.6 has been released and you can see the release details Here on the Jnes

 Message Board over at Emutalk All Cheat support for this version can be found both

 on PJ64 Cheats Site Cheat Help Section and from Jnes via the Help/Using cheats

 

 

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 Kega Fusion Update  -  posted by: Gent on June 25 2005

 Kega Fusion has been Updated to 3.3.

 

 Snake Wrote:

 Snake - Saturday 25th June 2005
 Fairly major update that hopefully fixes lots of things and breaks nothing...
 See the readme, far too much stuff to list here.

 To find out More and to grab the file go to the
Kega Fusion Site

 

 

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Emutastic Site Update  -  posted by: Gent on April 20 2005

Emutastic Site is coming back and this time i hope to stay...

After working away on PJ64 with the team and also Jnes with Jabo (to be released in the near future) I have decided to start work again on the site to get it all back to its original status after it being away because of that whole hacking and deleting episode. Now it isn't going to be an easy task, as it will be very time consuming because of having to make all the guides from scratch again as well as hopefully getting the forums back online. You will have to re register on the forums as with the main site everything was hacked and deleted so please bare with me while i get this all sorted out.

Keep checking back for further information.

All The Best

Gent

 

 

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Project64 1.6 Update  -  posted by: Gent on April 1 2005

Project64 1.6 has been released.

 

Zilmar Wrote:

Zilmar - Friday 1 April 2005

The project 64 team are happy to release project64 1.6. Jabo and I are extremely busy these days but do find time now and then to work on project 64. We are both extremely happy with the stability and compatibility of project64. There have been some small issues that we wanted to fix to give the users a better experience.

 


To find out More and to grab the file go to the Project64 Site

 

 

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Kega Fusion Update  -  posted by: Gent on Jan 28 2005

Kega Fusion has been Updated to 3.2.

 

Snake Wrote:

Snake - Sunday 28th January 2005
Another quick update, this time focusing mainly on a few remaining sound issues.

To find out More and to grab the file go to the Kega Fusion Site

 

 

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Kega Fusion Update  -  posted by: Gent on November 14 2004

Kega Fusion has been Updated to 0.1e

 

Snake Wrote:

Snake - Sunday 14 November 2004

Just a quick one - I have had no free time recently, and I will shortly be parted from any computer equipment for at least two months - so I decided to release the version I have currently before that happens. A number of bugfixes have been done and a few requested things have been added.



To find out More and to grab the file go to the Kega Fusion Site

 

 

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Kega Fusion Update  -  posted by: Gent on July 22 2004

Kega Fusion has been Updated to 0.1d Beta.

 

Snake Wrote:

Snake - Thursday 22nd July 2004
NEW: Yet another small update.

To find out More and to grab the file go to the Kega Fusion Site

 

 

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Kega Fusion Update  -  posted by: Gent on July 18 2004

Kega Fusion has been Updated to 0.1b Beta.

 

Snake Wrote:

Snake - Sunday 18th July 2004
NEW: Small update, fixing a couple of problems (hopefully) and a new feature...

PLEASE read the readme - there is some important info at the top.


To find out More and to grab the file go to the Kega Fusion Site

 

 

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Kega Fusion Released  -  posted by: Gent on July 16 2004

Kega Fusion 0.1 Beta Was released today and all I can say is WOW!.

 

Snake Wrote:

Snake - Friday 16th July 2004
NEW: Ok, here it is - a new emulator, formerly known as "Kega II", but now known as Kega Fusion.

 

This is a BETA version - feedback is welcome biggrin
More news/details as and when I can be bothered wink
Update: - Ok, a little bit of info I thought I should mention:
1. Fusion does not require ASPI under Win2K/WinXP
2. Fusion runs in 16-bit or 32-bit colour
3. Use the F12 key to toggle mouse capture / release when using the mouse as a controller. To find out More and to grab the file go to the Kega Fusion Site And you can defiantly look forward to a Kega Fusion Guide here on Emutastic in the near Future.

 

 

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Chankast alpha 0.2a released  -  posted by: Trotterwatch on June 12 2004

Bugs fixed:

- vga/ntsc bug fixed
- control pad fixed
- fixed a bug in the video renderer that was causing some game to crash

 

See the Chankast Website to find out more and to download.

 

 

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Chankast alpha 0.2 released  -  posted by: Trotterwatch on June 12 2004

About the news in this release:

- Improved stability, no more random crashes during gameplay  
- Fixes to the GFX core for games such as Shenmue 1&2 and Soul Calibur  
- Better compatibility, for example Dead or Alive 2, Virtual On and many, many more  
- Optimized code for even more speed  
- Option to over- and underclock the SH4 CPU  
- Completly re-done PAD configuration screen  
- Added support for PAD plugins  
- Added an option for cable selection  
- Integrated Capcom hack into the other versions  
- Re-worked menu and help file  
- ... and many more fixes we don't really remember ;)

 

See the Chankast Website to find out more and to download.

 

 

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Chankast Dreamcast Emulator  -  posted by: Trotterwatch on June 1 2004

In case you haven't noticed there is a massive buzz around the Emulation Scene about a new Dreamcast Emulator by the name of Chankast that plays an array of Commercial Games. It is an incredible first release of this Emulator and is sure to go onto bigger and better releases. We have added this excellent Emulator to the promising section and will include it into the Emulator Guides as soon as it builds into a more compatible and fully featured Emulator.

 

Click on the Chankast Emulator to find out more.

 

 

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Time to say Goodbye  -  posted by: Gent on May 14 2004

I have been very busy at collage and taking my ECDL Exams and have realised just how Fan Feking Tastic its been to be out and about and getting stuck into something so enjoyable and not stuck doing the same thing day in and day out, and that's exactly what I have been doing in Emulation over the last god knows how many years.

 

I promised my wife when she asked me to do something about Emulation Pal Cheat Support way back when, and well lets face it Both PJ64 and 1964 have now gone above and beyond that initial promise and the out come is something truly to be proud of. Both now sport an array of US NTSC, EUR PAL, French PAL, German PAL, Spanish PAL, Italian PAL, Australian PAL and of Course JAP Cheat Support. I also set out to do this site to help those people who needed help or didn't really understand how to use emulators and i am equally as proud of Emutastic and how it has turnt out. I just really hope some good can come out of it and its Supporting Fourm and hopefully Malcolm, TrotterWatch, Clements, Blizz and the rest of the Gang will continue the good Work.

 

I myself unlike my Wife was never really a Great Game Player infact the only Game I ever really enjoyed was Aerogauge so i hope this puts in perspective of all the years spent on projects that i personally would not have normally taken part in.

I have made some fantastic friends in the Emulation World and a hell of alot of those being Authors, i also made alot of enemies lol which was equally as enjoyable.

I have had the best of times, and i have had the worst of times, but above all, i have had a learning experience of a life time.

 

I have been working on one last PJ64 cheat file and RDB that when the time comes I'm sure a PJ64 Team Member will Release to the Public. Once it is released I guess either one of the Emu64 Cheats Team (Quvack or Winfy) might continue with the File? if not then anyone who wants to update it and release it is up to them

(you have a PJ64 Cheats Message Board  over at Emutalk at your disposal)

 

All that's left to say is thanks for the memories and a Big hug and thanks to Jabo,  Zilmar,  (Smiff sorry i didn't have a chance to see you before I really missed ya) Azi, Rice, Schibo, aprentice, Lord Cheese, Martin, Hacktarux, Icepir8, Witten, Rad. Slougi, Quvack, Malcolm, Blizz, Trotterwatch, Clements, 2fast4u, vampireuk, DuDe , NeTo and all the rest of the gang at Emulation64 and Emutalk

 

All The Best

Gent

 

 

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Emutastic Interviews  -  posted by: Gent on May 9 2004

I decided to do some Interviews with Emulator, Plug-in, and Support File/Site Authors whether they have been active or non active in the Emulation Scene. The Interviews I have done/doing are just to catch up with and find out how they are and what they have been up to. They not a "how did you start" "why did you start" kind of thing. This I felt would give you a different insight into these really great Developers on a personal and fun loving aspect of their personalities, in the way I am lucky enough to know them. You can fall Interviews on the top navigation Menu on this page.

 

 

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 Gens Emulator Guide  -  posted by: Gent on May 9 2004

I have just completed the Gens Emulator Guide and can also find many other Guides Like:

Mame32 Emulator Guide
Virtual ColecoVision Emulator Guide
Project Tempest Emulator Guide
Project64 1.5 Emulator Guide
Jnes Emulator Guide
Hugo_Win Emulator Guide
FreezeSMS Emulator Guide
Snes9x Emulator Guide
ZSNES_Win Emulator Guide
Handy Emulator Guide

We also have a Promising Section Including a Quick Look at FreeDO, Chankast and Dolphin. Just click on the Main Menu navigation to go to your desired destination.

 

 

PS2

pcsx2 v0.6 Released  -  posted by: Gent on March 24 2004

pcsx2 v0.6 Released on It;s 3rd Birthday and this is what Shadow wrote.
Quote:

Happy birthday pcsx2 Happy birthday
Well pcsx2 is 3 years old. Me a bit older 23. But we are still here to provide you with a new pcsx2 release :)

You can get the latest Release on the the epcsx2 Website and the Screen Shots look Impressive. But For me, i have tried pcsx2 after every released version (including this latest) and quite frankly have never got anything to work.



This is the Only thing i have ever got to load on pcsx2 before it crashed lol
but at least it loaded so it shows some sort of promise i guess.

I'm just going to put it down to 2 things:

1) The emulator has problems with PAL Regions Games (as well as PSX games)
2) I'm an exception who uses his own PAL Purchased CDS lol

Anyway Happy Birthday pcsx2, Heres hoping that not in the too distant future we can look forward to great things from this Emulator.

 

 

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The N64 Cheat Copu has been released  -  posted by: Gent on March 23 2004

The N64 Cheat Copu (Convert Offset Patch and Unpatch Tool) is a Very Nice Tool.
It is for people who dabble in Making and Converting N64 Cheat Codes.
The Tool allows a user to check differences (Offests) between Version/Region Cheat Codes, Convert in full GS/AR Format Single Or Multiple Codes using a known Hex Dif, Patching and Unpatching of Serial Repeaters (50 Patch Codes)

For more information on the N64 Cheat Copu visit The NeToSoft Website

 

 

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Welcome to Emutastic  -  posted by: Gent on March 15 2004

Welcome you to Emutastic Hosted by Emulation64.com. After 2 years in the working we are finally at a state that we can launch. We hope you will find Our Visual Guides Helpful and easy to follow, but if you still need  further assistance we also have a Forum you can get to via the Link on the main menu.

All that's left to say is Enjoy!

 

All The Best

Gent

 

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