i've porting around 10 emulators or so, i've decided to release an initial build of it for the Retrostone.
Why make such a CFW when you already have RetrOrangePi ?
Well my Useless CFW is more suited for console use and uses GMenu2x as the GUI.
Each of the emulators are tweaked and made easy to use, as well as looking as good as possible on the crappy composite screen.
Also RetrOrangePi is a glitchy mess.
Here's what you get inside :
- VBA Next (GBA emulator, based on libretro core, itself based on VBA-M)
- Gnash (Adobe flash player, Actionscript 2 only)
- SwanEmu (Wonderswan emulator. A fork of libretro beetle wswan, itself a fork of Mednafen)
- NGPCEmu (Neo Geo Pocket emulator. A fork of libretro beetle ngp, itself a fork of Mednafen)
- FCEUX (NES emulator)
- Gnuboy (Game boy emulator)
- SMS Plus GX (Master system, Game Gear, SG-1000 emulator. My improved fork of ekeeke's SMS Plus GX)
- Handy (Atari lynx emulator, fork of libretro handy)
- PokeMini (Pokemon mini emulator)
- Virtual Jaguar (Atari Jaguar emulator)
https://drive.google.com/open?id=14ISzO ... ths3jKk1dA
You can watch my video demonstrating some of the stuff :
If you want to install it on the sd card, it's the same process as RetrOrangePi, except that you also have to extend manually the FAT32 partition.
On linux, you can do that with Gparted. On Windows, you have to use third party tools.
Oh, and btw unlike RetrOrangePi, there's no emulator which forbids commercial usage so the whole firmware is free to use and open source.
You can check out my source code here :
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Version 0.2 - Turned all emulators into OPK packages. - Greatly improved boot times. - Fixed issues with FCEUX being configured improperly. - PokeMini now saves in the root directory. Version 0.1 Initial version.