ZX81 released a new port of his Amstrad CPC emulator, which is originally based on Caprice32, for the Dingoo A320 handheld. The port is based on the latest version of Gp2x-Wiz.
And that’s what ZX81 improved over the original Caprice32 emulator:
- Cheat support
- Memory monitoring engine to find your own cheat code
- Text editor to modify the global cheat.txt file
- Text editor to write your own comments on games
- Display first comment line while browsing game files
- Auto disk startup support
- Save state in gzip format
- etc, etc …
You can download the latest source and binaries from ZX81s blog.
Whoa, second one for the Dingoo. This gets more and more interesting
Absolutely. Btw, AFAIK you already own a Dingoo!? What are your experiences with the CPC emulators on this system? Are they fast / compatible enough?
Wow, this made me look at Dingoo again. I wonder if it’s worth the $80, especially since I already own a GP2X…
pituka worked so far with the games I tested. No heavy testing so far, only Chuckie Egg, etc. 😉
@Gryzor: The Dingoo is very cool especially regarding it’s price point. However if you already own a GP2X the Dingoo has probably not much to offer that you can’t already do on your GP2X.
Well, I already thought about buying a Dingoo, too, but then I haven’t because I already own a GP32 and a GP2x (First Edition) and they are already perfect emulation machines. Anyway, if I wouldn’t already own such a machine, I would give it a try because it is rather cheap for a homebrew handheld.