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Hello, I am pleased to announce a cps2 emulator for the n900.

It is a port form cps2emu for the gp2x.

At this time only a compiled .tar.gz and source code is avaliable. Unfortunately a .deb package is not ready. Also, there isn't a frontend or graphical tool to launch the emulator. Then, terminal skills are needed to be able to run the emulator.

Perhaps someone could help creating a cool frontend and a .deb package.

Please, read README.N900 before install/run the emulator!

https://garage.maemo.org/projects/cps2emu/

Regards!
 

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I won;t install it at this early state, but I eagerly await its maturation! I am a huge CPS2 fan, I have a GP2X too.
 
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The emulator is mature. It has good compatibility and runs fullspeed with sound.

If you know how to use the command line, the installation is easy. You only need to unpack the .tar.gz in your home, and copy the roms and chache files inside the directories (like any other cps2 emulator)....

Thats all...
 
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If an install process like SDLMAME is made available, I will try this emulator. I would rather avoid the command line issues and moving game files to areas not visible to the current file browser.

SDLMAME allows rom placement in the MMC1 area, which is best for most users that want to avoid potential issues using command lines.
 
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What does it emulate? Playstation 2 ?
 
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Thanks kkito! I'll give this a try and some point today or tomorrow when I get the chance. I almost skipped this thread, lol. I figured it was someone just requesting an emu or whining about it or something.

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What does it emulate? Playstation 2 ?
Capcom Play System 2 arcade hardware.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/CP_System_II
 
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Ok, thanks for info! Although this is a good step forward, i'm still hoping to see a Sega Genesis/MegaDrive Emu soon...would be more epic
 
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Originally Posted by Jack6428 View Post
Ok, thanks for info! Although this is a good step forward, i'm still hoping to see a Sega Genesis/MegaDrive Emu soon...would be more epic
Come on dude! The D&D arcade beat-em ups!!!!! EPIC!
 
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Trying this now, how do you run romcnv to create the cache file?
 
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Trying this now, how do you run romcnv to create the cache file?
copy .zip romfiles in the romcnv folder. Then execute ./romcnv -all ./

The cache files will be created.
 
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