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NAME DC64

Description DC64 is a Commodore64 Emulator for the Playstation 2 Console.

AUTHOR BigBoy

HOMEPAGE http://classicgaming.dcemulation.com/

SCREENSHOTS

 

 

DOWNLOAD HERE

INFORMATION

PS2-DC64

(c) Copyright 2002 Bigboy All rights reserved

email: dreamspec@hotmail.com

Burn these files using a program like Nero.

***********************************************
** YOU WILL NEED A MOD-CHIP TO USE PLAY. **
***********************************************

THIS PROGRAM IS FREE, AND AS SUCH COMES WITH
NO WARRANTY OF ANY KIND. USE IT AT YOUR OWN
RISK.


This program is FREE, and can NOT be charge for,
EVEN if its part of a compilation, or supplied
in any known or currently unknow format.

If you wish to supply this in some format, then
please get in touch, and a donation will be arranged
to "SCIAF".

If you like this program, and wish to show support,
please donate money to people that really need it.

http://www.sciaf.org.net


+--------------+
| ABOUT |
+--------------+
This progam is not a port, it is a new emulator, as
such there are still many problems and bugs. It "should"
be fairly stable... but dont be surprised if it falls
flat on its face :o)


Any real problems, please let me know...
Dont contact me on boot problems, burning problems, Modchip
problems, ugly problems, or if you girlfriend wont sleep with
you....actually... That might be quite funny.. but not the rest.

If there are REAL problems, then please get in touch.


+--------------+
| FEATURES |
+--------------+

1) FULL SPEED!
2) FULL SOUND emulation
3) Multi-Format support
4) Fantastic colouring
5) many Vic effects supported
6) Skinable frontend

+--------------+
| BURNING |
+--------------+


Create a MODE 2 ISO with the files supplied in
the root directory. Create a GAMES directory, and place
ROMS in here. us sub directorys to keep the number in
each directory down. Build a GAMES.TXT file with paths to
each program. Sample is shown below.

Set the following setting in you ROM burning program.

These are:-
ISO9660 level 1 filesystem
ISO9660 character set
Joliet DISABLED
ISO9660 relaxations DISABLED


+--------------------------+
| Formats supported |
+--------------------------+
Formats supported:-
T64 - Single load progams only
PRG - Snapshots
P00 - snapshots.


+-----------------------------------------------------------+
| The keypad has many useful keys mapped, these are:- |
+-----------------------------------------------------------+
UP - Joystick UP
DOWN - Joystick DOWN
LEFT - Joystick LEFT
RIGHT - Joystick RIGHT
X - FIRE
O - SPACE key
START - RETURN
SELECT - RUN/STOP
Trigger-L1 - J
Trigger-L2 - S
Trigger-R1 - Y
Trigger-R2 - N

SQUARE+Triangle "shifts" certain keys to allow more

SQUARE+UP - 1
SQUARE+LEFT - 2
SQUARE+RIGHT - 3
SQUARE+DOWN - 4
SQUARE+Trigger-L1 - 5
SQUARE+Trigger-L2 - 0

TRIANGLE+UP - F1/F2
TRIANGLE+LEFT - F3/F4
TRIANGLE+RIGHT - F5/F6
TRIANGLE+DOWN - F7/F8
TRIANGLE+Trigger-L1 - Commodore Key (C=)
TRIANGLE+Trigger-L2 - Control


The LEFT analog stick press, Toggles joystick port
The RIGHT analog stick press, Moves from menu to emulation and back again.

+---------------------------------+
| GAME.TXT sample |
+---------------------------------+
GAMES\DELTA.T64
GAMES\URID_NEW.T64
GAMES\THRUST.T64
GAMES\PARALLAX.PRG
GAMES\WIZBALL.T64
GAMES\ZYBEX.T64
GAMES\WARHAWK.T64
GAMES\COMMANDO.t64
GAMES\PARADRD.T64
GAMES\SANXION.t64
GAMES\QUEDEX.T64
GAMES\MONR.PRG
GAMES\PYJAMARA.T64
GAMES\outRUN.T64
GAMES\GHOST.PRG
GAMES\ik+.prg
GAMES\1942.t64
games\IO.PRG
<- Not the space at the end.
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Thanks to all the usual crowd, Sjeep for his sound libs, Naplink
guys etc.. etc.. :)

a BIG thanks to Philip 'pepto' Timmermann
at http://www.pepto.de/projects/colorvic/
for his FANTASTIC work on C64 colours.




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