The binaries are compiled with the Microsoft tools again now.
“Had a bit of time to put a new FBA together. The binaries are now compiled with MinGW as I can’t get consistent results with the Microsoft compiler. Here is the what’s new;
Thanks go to the neosource forum regulars for a lot of this stuff. iq_132 has written many drivers for older games, and Oopsware has contributed some impressive drivers too. Captain CPS-X and KOF2112 have also tidied up some things. This list is from memory and some stuff is sure to be missing.”
Curious as to what’s new? (more…)]]>
Treble’s been extremely busy with other things so this release comes after a bigger gap than normal. However there’s a plethora of new additions to play with. (more…)]]>
Thanks go to LogiqX again for checking the files and pointing out the errors.
NB: This release was originally made by Treble Winner at: http://www.barryharris.me.uk/. Downloads are available here, now that the ol’ girl’s up and running again.]]>
On the plus side, things have changed for the better. Gone is the now aging Cutenews, to make way for the shiny goodness of Wordpress. We now have a robust site that is much more secure and far less prone to spam comments.
Which reminds me, all of the comments where lost in the transition. Not a great loss though as most where advertising Viagra…]]>
But what does this mean for FBA I hear you cry?
Well it seems that Treble has the emulation bug again. He’s also released a few rather nice updates and additions to FBA. All of which you can find at his web site.
The major new feature is support for multi-slot MVS emulation (including marquee lights and coin counter LEDs). This version is not labelled as a test version for nothing; while for the most part it works fine, it has various small problems and there are one or two games that don’t work properly. We need you help to identify or pin-point any problems still there.