Subject: any light guns such as Sinden work for this yet?
Subject: This week's CPS2 betas from Jotego
Subject: Building Exact clones of retro consoles?
Is it possible to make an exact replica of e.g. a Sega Genesis system board with all of it's parts without having the blueprints?
Is it possible to "Scan" a chip e.g. the Yamaha YM2612 and recreate the chip in as easy a manner as a 3D printer would print a 3D model? I would of thought that 32 years worth of technological progress (since the genesis release) would enable such a thing but perhaps I'm wrong.
Subject: How do you organize your arcade games to minimize scrolling
Subject: Q: Is there a default Core keyboard mapping resource? (a.k.a. Newbie Atari 2600 Core Help Request)
I was trying to get the Atari 2600 Core to work with an OEM 2600 joystick (via a USB adapter) and a standard USB keyboard. I can get the joystick to work just fine, but I've found that the main switches from the console (TV Type, Left/Right Difficulty, Game Select, & Game Reset) don't seem to be mapped by default to a standard keyboard.
If this is possible, is there a resource I could use to find the default keyboard mappings for any/all Cores so I won't have to ask every time I run into something like this? I didn't see anything helpful in the readme of this specific Core, so I'm hoping there might be a global solution elsewhere.
Subject: MiSTer VGA -> Extron 203 Rxi -> PVM 20L5 @ 480P
Subject: Just bought the necessary stuff for my first MiSTer build, have a question about video output
Hey guys, just bought all the stuff I need for my MiSTer build, I almost cannot wait for everything to arrive but in the meantime I have a question about video outputs, I know I can connect the MiSTer via HDMI to modern tvs and also using the VGA output directly to a monitor or a TV using a VGA to component cable, which I also bought. But the question is, is it posible to connect the MiSTer to a CRT tv with S-video? If S-video is posible, is there any specific cable you guys could recommend?
Subject: Have any of you gotten into non-gaming uses for Mister, i.e. Music/sampling etc?
Got mine a few weeks ago, mostly been into 16 bit gaming and a bit of GBA with it so far— but as I was recently playing with the C64 core and listening to dozens of classic SID tunes, it occurred to me that this would make for a fun sample fodder source into my Octatrack or Ableton.
I know very little about C64 — certainly not enough to program music like they did back in the day — But I’ve heard there’s a C64 soft synth that utilizes many if the SID chip’s functions with an easy to understand interface. Has anyone tried that w/ Mister or know if it works? I have Deflemask for iPad, which emulates Sega Genesis, SID, NES ,etc sound chips— but to my ears, Mister sounds better.
Subject: FM Towns Core for MiSTer in Development