More oldschool pc cores?



  • I was thinking, could be possible more oldschool pc emulators?
    There are tons and tons of old pc games that are awesome, and..it would be cool the implementation of more pc emulators, for example, apple2, commodore 64, bbc micro, and some japanese pc computers like:
    nec-pc 8801
    sharpx1
    fujitsu fm-7
    nec pc 9801
    sharp x680000
    fujitsu fm towns

    andwhy not, DOS

    Thank you for reading this


  • Translation Master
    Team

    C64, Amiga and DOSBox are in the making. The Games for FM-Towns can be played via ScummVM (some) and the others that you've mentioned are basically, more or less, all the same when it comes to games.

    • NEC PC 8801 has the same Games as MSX (at least for games by Game Arts, ELF Corp. and Konami). Further most of the FDS Games have been ported to this system, so just use FDS ;)
    • X1 is basically a bad version of the PC8801.
    • FM-7 has the same Games as FM-Towns and shares some with MSX
    • and so on...

  • Themer

    @Nachtgarm I suggest you read the link I posted in the emulators subforum a few days ago but twhat you say is totally untrue there a lot of games on those old japanese computers which where never released on other machines, even on msx


  • Translation Master
    Team

    Saying, that my post is "totally untrue" is bullshit. I stated, that "...basically, more or less, all the same..." which is NOT saying it's all the same but a lot of it is. Read, what I wrote! I'm not saying, there are no exclusive titles, but MOST of the available Games were released on several platforms which we already support with recalbox!

    • "...same Games as MSX (at least for games by Game Arts, ELF Corp. and Konami)."
      -"...most of the FDS Games have been ported..."
      and so on...

    So I suggest you, @voljega, should read carefully, before calling it "untrue"!

    By just comparing NEC PC 8801, NEC PC 9800, X1 and X68000 with each other I find (from A to Z) the following Games to be non exclusive:

    A-Train
    Acrojet
    Ali Baba and the Forty Thieves (video game)
    The Ancient Art of War
    Archon: The Light and the Dark
    Arcus II: Silent Symphony
    Arkanoid
    A-Train
    Acrojet
    Balance of Power (video game)
    Balloon Fight
    Bandit Kings of Ancient China
    The Bard's Tale (1985 video game)
    Binary Land
    The Black Onyx
    Bokosuka Wars
    The Castle (video game)
    Chack'n Pop
    Choplifter
    Commando (video game)
    Cosmic Soldier (video game)
    Cranston Manor
    Cruise Chaser Blassty
    Dragon Knight (video game)
    Dragon Knight II
    Dragon Slayer (video game)
    Dragon Slayer: The Legend of Heroes
    Dragon Slayer: The Legend of Heroes II
    Emerald Dragon
    L'Empereur
    Excitebike
    Exile (1988 video game series)
    Expedition Amazon
    Front Line (video game)
    F-15 Strike Eagle II
    F-19 Stealth Fighter
    F-117A Nighthawk Stealth Fighter 2.0
    F29 Retaliator
    Farland Saga series
    First Queen
    Gemfire
    Genghis Khan (video game)
    Genghis Khan II: Clan of the Gray Wolf
    Herzog (video game)
    Hydlide
    Inindo: Way of the Ninja
    Jack Nicklaus' Greatest 18 Holes of Major Championship Golf
    Jesus: Kyofu no Bio Monster
    Klax (video game)
    Laplace no Ma
    Last Armageddon
    The Legend of Heroes
    Little Computer People
    Lode Runner
    Master of Monsters
    Might and Magic Book One: The Secret of the Inner Sanctum
    Miner 2049er
    Miracle Warriors: Seal of the Dark Lord
    Mission Asteroid
    Mystery House
    Mado Monogatari
    The Magic Candle
    Mahjong Hisho-den: Naki no Ryu
    Marble Madness
    Nostalgia 1907
    P.T.O.
    Pac-Man
    Pachicom
    Penguin Wars
    Sid Meier's Pirates!
    Popful Mail
    The Portopia Serial Murder Case
    Princess Tomato in the Salad Kingdom
    P.T.O.
    P.T.O. II
    Pac-Man
    Panzer General
    Phantasie
    Sid Meier's Pirates!
    Police Quest II: The Vengeance
    Policenauts
    Pool of Radiance
    Pools of Darkness
    Popful Mail
    Populous
    Populous II: Trials of the Olympian Gods
    Powermonger
    Prince of Persia (1989 video game)
    Princess Maker 2
    Princess Minerva
    Puyo Puyo (video game)
    Puyo Puyo Tsu
    Puzznic
    Quarth
    R-Type
    The Return of Ishtar
    Roadwar 2000
    Romance of the Three Kingdoms II
    Romancia
    Sokoban
    Sorcerian
    Space Harrier
    Spy vs. Spy (1984 video game)
    Star Cruiser
    Star Trek (text game)
    Super Hydlide
    Super Mario Bros.
    Super Mario Bros. Special
    Super Pitfall
    SameGame
    Secret of the Silver Blades
    Shizuku
    Shufflepuck Café
    Shujin e no Pert-em-Hru
    SimAnt
    Tetris
    Thexder
    Thunder Force (video game)
    Tombs & Treasure
    Tunnels & Trolls: Crusaders of Khazan
    Ultima II: The Revenge of the Enchantress
    Ultima III: Exodus
    Ultima IV: Quest of the Avatar
    Ultima I: The First Age of Darkness
    Uncharted Waters
    Valis II
    Valis: The Fantasm Soldier
    Wizard and the Princess
    Wizardry IV: The Return of Werdna
    Wizardry V: Heart of the Maelstrom
    Wizardry: Proving Grounds of the Mad Overlord
    Woody Poco
    Wizard and the Princess
    Wizardry II: The Knight of Diamonds
    Wizardry III: Legacy of Llylgamyn
    Wizardry IV: The Return of Werdna
    Wizardry V: Heart of the Maelstrom
    Wizardry VII: Crusaders of the Dark Savant
    Wizardry: Proving Grounds of the Mad Overlord
    Wolfenstein 3D
    Words Worth
    Xak II: Rising of the Redmoon
    Xak: The Art of Visual Stage
    Xak: The Tower of Gazzel
    Xanadu (video game)
    Xevious
    Ys I: Ancient Ys Vanished
    Ys II: Ancient Ys Vanished – The Final Chapter
    Ys III: Wanderers from Ys
    Zan: Yasha Enbukyoku

    and this is not nearly 50% of the games NOT exclusive to these machines. YES, there are games exclusive to those machines, but I never denied that, right?

    Further, if you want me to read a link, post it in your answer and do not just point to a sub-forum.

    *drops mic*


  • Themer

    @Nachtgarm sorry if the chosen term hurt you but acknowledging that msx and fds games also exist on these japanese computers doesn't say anything about the full games list released for those computer.

    Basically it even just means that most of the msx and fds games can be also found on those other computers, not rhe other way around.

    And off course those 'other' computers have overlapping game lists between them

    Regarding the link i'm always typing from my phone so it's not the most practical to c/p a link


  • Themer


  • Moderator
    Team

    whatvever. Do these computers have an open source emulator that runs under SDL/EGL + Linux or not ?


  • Themer

    No i don't think so they seem pretty obscure


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