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Emucr Psxmame 20090417 7z

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Patricia Gluth

Dec 9, 2023, 9:50:30 PM12/9/23
Emucr Psxmame 20090417 7z: A Revival of MAME Plus Plus with PSX Support
Emucr Psxmame 20090417 7z is a modified version of MAME, a popular arcade emulator, that allows users to play games on the PSX hardware with 3D acceleration through the plug of ZiNC[^1^]. ZiNC is another arcade emulator that focuses on emulating Sony ZN-1 and ZN-2 hardware, which are based on PlayStation hardware[^2^]. Emucr Psxmame 20090417 7z also supports some extended OpenGL plugins from PSX emulators, such as PeteOGL2, which can apply shader filters to enhance the graphics.

Emucr Psxmame 20090417 7z


Emucr Psxmame 20090417 7z is not limited to the games supported by ZiNC, but also supports all arcade systems that use the PSX CPU, such as Konami System 573 and Taito G-NET. The compilation is configured for optimal emulation of certain games (tested on approximately 160). However, there are some limitations on the use of plugins. For example, it is impossible to play lightgun shooters because the MAME crosshair does not appear on the screen with hardware 3D. These games are set to use the standard MAME renderer. Also, some games do not work well with PeteOGL2 and are set to use ZiNC D3D instead. Moreover, some PSX plugins cannot rotate the image, so vertically-oriented games also use ZiNC plugins.

To configure the PSX plugins, users need to run an external VideoConfig.exe file. To configure ZiNC plugins and other options, users can use the main options shell or edit the mame.ini file directly. Emucr Psxmame 20090417 7z has added support for third-party audio plugins: ZiNC (sound.znc, no tuning required) and PSX (PeopsDSound.dll, enabled by default after Config.exe). It also supports Tekken Tag Tournament, which was added in MAME 0.130u4.

Emucr Psxmame 20090417 7z is an interesting project that aims to revive one of the main features of MAME Plus Plus: the ability to play games on the PSX hardware with enhanced graphics. It is a great option for fans of arcade games that want to experience them in a new way.

If you want to try Emucr Psxmame 20090417 7z, you can download it from the EmuCR website. You will need to extract the 7z file and run the psxmame.exe file. You will also need to have the ROMs of the games you want to play in the roms folder. You can find some ROMs on various websites, but be aware of the legal issues involved. You should only download ROMs of games that you own or that are in the public domain.

Some of the best games to play with Emucr Psxmame 20090417 7z are those that use the PSX hardware and benefit from the 3D acceleration and shader filters. For example, Tekken Tag Tournament, Soul Calibur, Street Fighter EX2 Plus, Rival Schools, and Strider 2 are some of the games that look amazing with Emucr Psxmame 20090417 7z. You can also enjoy some classic arcade games that use the PSX CPU, such as RayStorm, G-Darius, Xevious 3D/G, and Raiden Fighters Jet.

To map the keys or use a joystick with Emucr Psxmame 20090417 7z, you need to pause the game and press the Tab key. This will open a menu where you can configure the input options. You can assign keys or buttons to each player and each function. You can also enable or disable joysticks and mouse input. If you have any problems with the input, you can try using a third-party program like JoyToKey or Xpadder to map your joystick or keyboard to MAME inputs.

There are many other arcade emulators that you can use to play your favorite games. Some of them are MAME (the original and most comprehensive arcade emulator), FinalBurn Neo (a fast and accurate arcade emulator that supports many systems), Kawaks (a CPS-1, CPS-2 and Neo Geo emulator), Nebula (a CPS-2, Neo Geo, PGM and Konami emulator), and ZiNC (a Sony ZN-1 and ZN-2 emulator).

I hope you enjoyed this article about Emucr Psxmame 20090417 7z. If you have any questions or feedback, please leave a comment below. Thank you for reading!


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