.:News Archive:.

Welcome to the Emuparadise.org News Archive. This archive will show you a history of the news that has been posted on EmuParadise.org in the past. You'll see new additions, new updates, competitions and their results, and more interactive events which have been held on Emuparadise.org. If you've been looking for some information and haven't been able to locate it, the News Archive is the right location to begin looking. This is the place that everything is documented and kept here at emuparadise.org. Navigation is quite simple, first, please choose the month and year you'd like to view the news for and then you'll be shown all the posts made in that particular month. Pretty simple!

Complete Arcade ROM Sets
Posted by MasJ @ Wed, 26 May 2010 | Message Boards

One of our visitors, RetroScott, emailed me today asking whether we had plans to put up sets for NeoGeo, CPS1, & CPS2 ROMs. Well, to be honest, I hadn't noticed that we didn't have sets for these already. So here we go! I've added 3 new sets today, the following files are now available:

Capcom Play System 1 - CPS1 Set (164M)
Capcom Play System 2 - CPS2 Set (866M)
NeoGeo ROMs Set ( 4x1000MB ) - (3.9GB)

You can find all these sets at our Complete ROM Sets Section. Incase you didn't know, we carry TONS of ROM Sets in this section ranging from arcade to console to handheld systems. You can grab entire sets in one file and dump them on your iPhone or other devices to have an entire library at hand. Definitely a pretty nifty section worth checking out! So grab whatever you like, and tell your friends too! =)

Computer Gaming World 001 - 100 & Specials
Posted by MasJ @ Tue, 25 May 2010 | Message Boards

I've just added Computer Gaming World Issues 001 - 100 to our Video Game Magazine Scans Section. That's a total of over 2.7GBs worth of magazine scans. Pretty awesome, eh! Also, there are two specials which are the 1987 Computer Game Forum Magazines that came out during the off-months of CGW. Some pretty great moments of gaming history are captured in these magazines so they're definitely worth checking out.

Thanks go out to superbus for uploading these issues in PDF format to our server. You can definitely spend a few weeks pouring through the ages of gaming with these Magazines. Some more information on CGW [from wikipedia.org]:

Computer Gaming World (CGW) was a magazine founded in 1981 by Russell Sipe as a bimonthly publication. Early issues were typically 40-50 pages in length, written in a newsletter style, including submissions by game designers such as Joel Billings (SSI), Dan(i) Bunten (Ozark Software), and Chris Crawford. As well, early covers were not always directly related to the magazine's contents, but rather featured work by artist Tim Finkas. In 1986, CGW increased its publication cycle to 9 times a year, and the editorial staff included well-known writers such as Scorpia, Charles Ardai, and M. Evan Brooks.

In late 1987, CGW introduced a quarterly newlsetter called Computer Game Forum (CGF), which was published during the off-months of CGW. The focus of the newsletter was game design, game hints and scenarios, and game development. The newsletter never really took off and only two issues were published (Fall 1987 and Winter 1987) before it was cancelled. Many of the columns which debuted in CGF, such as Scorpion's Tale and The Rumor Bag, were incorporated into CGW, which went monthly in 1988.

The magazine went through significant expansion starting in 1991, with growing page counts reaching 196 pages by its 100th issue, in November 1992. During that same year, Johnny Wilson became Editor-In-Chief, although Russell Sipe remained as Publisher. In 1993, Sipe sold the magazine to Ziff Davis.

Well, without further ado, head to our Video Game Magazine Scans section and start downloading! : )

Emulator Updates
Posted by Niphoet @ Mon, 24 May 2010 | Message Boards

Hi everyone. I'm sorry to be a few days late on this update, but here goes:

PC Engine/TurboGrafx 16: Ootake has been updated to version 2.42 (Win).

Amiga: WinUAE has been updated to version 2.2.0 beta 4 (Win).

Sinclair ZX80/ZX81: sz81 has been updated to version (Win/Others).

MAME: MAME has been updated to version 0.138 (Win/Source). I know that when MAME is updated, a few dozen front-ends and variants are released. To maintain my remaining sanity, I'm only including the official release. Please use the new emulator submission page to fill in those that I've missed.

Nintendo DS: DeSmuME has been updated to version 0.9.6 (Win/Mac/Source).

Nintendo Virtual Boy: vbjin has been updated to version svn61 (Win).

I want to say thanks to MasJ for the huge overhaul of the Emulator Section. I will soon upload everything in my posts (if no one beats me to it). Niphoet out.

Nintendo DS #4930
Posted by MasJ @ Sun, 23 May 2010 | Message Boards

It's been slow with Nintendo DS updates lately. What with the new Super Mario Galaxy coming out and everyone going nuts about it I guess they didn't want to release new DS games around the same time =P. Anyway, here's what we have today:


Just three new titles for you to try out. More to come soon! Get these at our Nintendo DS New Releases Section.

New Emulators Section!
Posted by MasJ @ Sat, 22 May 2010 | Message Boards

Well, this is definitely overdue! I've finally written a brand new emulators section for emuparadise. This incorporates a number of cool new features that have been in development for a while. Here's what we have for you:

- Emulators for almost every system that we have ROMs for at Emuparadise.
- Rate & Recommend emulators by writing descriptions, guides, etc.
- Submit emulators by uploading them to the site.
- Moderate other users submissions by telling us whether uploads are good or not.
- Vote for which emulator works for which game. (this system was already in place..)
- Link to the emulator author's homepage.
- And much more..

As you can see this is slated to improve our website as an emulation resource and make emuparadise a one-stop shop for ALL your emulation needs, be it roms or emulators. You can check out the BRAND NEW emulators section by clicking the Emulators Section link on the left navigation menu or by clicking here.

Also, you can submit emulators to the website by hitting up this page. User upload moderation works in this way. You upload a file. We ask users to rate whether the file is any good or not. After a certain number "Good" votes the file automatically gets flagged as good. After a certain number of "Bad" votes, the file gets taken off. Pretty simple huh! Do please help moderate user uploads by voting on whether submissions are of good quality or not. Well, what're you waiting for ? Help us enrich our Emulators Section.

Oh, and if you need more categories for Platforms to upload for (emulators that run on consoles, emulators for handhelds..) just let me know and I'll be happy to add in the categories for you!

Soul Calibur II & Mortal Kombat Albums
Posted by MasJ @ Fri, 21 May 2010 | Message Boards

I've just added two new soundtracks to our high quality soundtracks section. We've got Soul Calibur II - The Original Soundtrack and Mortal Kombat - The Album. Some pretty kickass music in there, as there should be : ) Check 'em out!

Mortal Kombat Album CoverSoul Calibur II Soundtrack Front Cover

For over 130 great soundtracks in high quality formats (FLAC, CD-Quality MP3, WAV, APE) check out our High Quality Video Game Soundtracks Section.

MAME 0.138 ROMs - 273 new titles
Posted by MasJ @ Wed, 19 May 2010 | Message Boards

I've just updated our MAME Section to include all the 0.138 titles. Earlier we were at 0.136 so this is a two-fold jump. There are 273 new titles and some other modifications here and there, all of which have been included in our MAME Section.

10-Yard Fight '85 (US, Taito license)
Adders and Ladders (v2.0)
Air Combat (US)
Air Gallet (Hong Kong)
Air Gallet (Japan)
Air Gallet (Korea)
Air Gallet (Taiwan)
Air Gallet (USA)
Alien Invasion Part II
Aracnis (bootleg of Scorpion on Moon Cresta hardware)
Armed Formation (Fillmore license)
Armed Police Batrider - A Version (Taiwan) (Mon Dec 22 1997)
Asterix (ver AAD)
Azumanga Daioh Puzzle Bobble (GDL-0018)
Bagman (bootleg on Crazy Kong hardware)
Battle of the Solar System (rev. 1.1a 7/23/92)
Bega's Battle (Revision 1)
Bega's Battle (Revision 3)
Berzerk (German Speech)
Biaofeng Zhanjing (Chinese bootleg of The Punisher)
Blades of Steel (version L)
Blox (v2.0)
Blox (v2.0, datapak)
Bugs Fever (Version 1.6R CGA)
Cameltry (US, YM2203 + M6295)
Carnival (Head On hardware, set 1)
Carnival (Head On hardware, set 2)
Champion Baseball II (Japan)
Champion Number (V0.74)
Chance Kun
Cherry Bonus III (alt, set 2)
Cherry Master (Fun USA v2.5 bootleg / hack)
Cherry Master (Watermelon bootleg / hack)
Cherry Master I (E-Z Spin bootleg / hack)
Cleopatra Fortune Plus (GDL-0012)
Combat School (bootleg)
Combat School (Japan trackball)
Combat School (joystick)
Combat School (trackball)
Computer Quiz Atama no Taisou (Japan)
Counter Run (bootleg set 1)
Counter Run (bootleg set 2)
Crackin' DJ
Crazy Kong (bootleg on Moon Cresta hardware)
Crisis Zone (CSZO3 Ver. B)
Crusher Makochan (Japan)
Cube Quest (12/30/83)
Derby Owners Club World Edition (Rev C) (JPN, USA, EXP, KOR, AUS)
Desert Breaker (Japan, FD1094 317-0194)
Destroyer (Cidelsa) (set 2)
Dinosaur Hunter (Chinese bootleg of Cadillacs and Dinosaurs)
Don Den Lover Vol. 1 - Heukbaeg-euro Jeonghaja (Korea)
Don Den Lover Vol. 1 - Heukbaeg-euro Jeonghaja (Korea, bootleg)
Don Den Lover Vol. 1 - Shiro Kuro Tsukeyo! (Japan)
Double Dragon (US Set 3)
Downhill Bikers (DH3 Ver. A)
Dragon World 2001
Dragon World 3 (ver. 100)
Dragon World 3 (ver. 105)
Dragon World 3 EX (ver. 100)
Draw 80 Poker - Minn
Draw Poker Joker's Wild (02-11)
Dungeons & Dragons: Tower of Doom (Hispanic 940113)
E.D.F. : Earth Defense Force (bootleg)
Eco Fighters (Hispanic 931203)
Exciting Soccer (Japan set 2)
Eyes Down (v1.3)
Eyes Down (v1.3d)
Fantastic Journey (ver AAA)
Final Lap 3 (World, set 2)
Final Lap R (Japan Rev. C)
Fire Trap (Japan bootleg)
Five Clown (english, set 1)
Five Clown (english, set 2)
Five Clown (spanish hack)
Fortune I (PK485-S) Draw Poker
Free Kick (bootleg set 1)
Free Kick (bootleg set 2)
Freeze (Atari) (prototype, 96/09/07, Jamma-96)
Freeze (Atari) (prototype, 96/09/20, AMOA-96)
Freeze (Atari) (prototype, 96/10/03)
Freeze (Atari) (prototype, 96/10/07)
Freeze (Atari) (prototype, 96/10/18)
Freeze (Atari) (prototype, Japanese voice, 96/10/25)
Frog & Spiders (bootleg?)
Fun Station Spielekoffer 9 Spiele
Fun World Quiz (austrian)
Ghost Chaser Densei (SNES bootleg)
Ghosts'n Goblins (World? set 3)
Giga Wing (Hispanic 990222)
Grand Striker 2 (Japan)
Guilty Gear XX Accent Core (GDL-0041)
Gundam Wing: Endless Duel (SNES bootleg)
Gunmen Wars (GM1 Ver. A)
Happy Tour
High Impact Football (rev LA2 12/26/90)
Hot Shocker (bootleg)
House of the Dead 2 (original)
Hyper Street Fighter 2: The Anniversary Edition (Asia 040202)
INDY 500 Twin (Revision A)
Insector X (Japan)
International Team Laser (prototype)
Iron Fortress (Japan)
Ironman Ivan Stewart's Super Off-Road Track-Pak (2 Players)
Joker Master
Joker's Wild (B52 system, Harrah's GFX)
Joker's Wild (B52 system, set 1)
Joker's Wild (B52 system, set 2)
Jolly Card Professional 2.0 (MZS Tech)
Jolly Joker (40bet, croatian hack)
Jolly Joker (98bet, set 2)
Kick '4' Cash
King Derby (1986 Taiwan bootleg)
King Tut (Australia)
Klad / Labyrinth (Photon System)
Knights of Valour / Sangoku Senki (ver. 100, Japanese Board)
Knights of Valour 2 / Sangoku Senki 2 (ver. 100, 100, 100HK)
Knights of Valour 2 / Sangoku Senki 2 (ver. 102, 101, 100HK)
Knights of Valour 2 / Sangoku Senki 2 (ver. 103, 101, 100HK)
Knights of Valour Super Heroes / Sangoku Senki Super Heroes (ver. 103, CN)
L.A. Machineguns
Light Bringer (Ver 2.1J 1994/02/18)
Logic Pro Adventure (Japan)
Long Hu Bang II (Hong Kong, V185H)
Magical Odds (set 1)
Martial Masters (ver. 102, 101, 101CN)
Maya (set 2)
Mazinger Z (Japan)
Mega Blast (Japan)
Mega Blast (US)
Mega Blast (World)
Megatouch IV Tournament Edition (9255-50-01 ROA, Standard version)
Money Bank (Australia)
Monza GP
Moon Base (set 2)
Moon Cresta (Nichibutsu UK)
Mortal Kombat 3 (bootleg of Megadrive version)
Mouse Shooter GoGo
Mr. Dig
Mr. Kicker
Multi Game (Tung Sheng Electronics)
Multi Win (Ver.0167, encrypted)
Name That Tune (3-23-86)
Neptune's Pearls 2
New Lucky 8 Lines / New Super 8 Lines (F-5, Witch Bonus)
Noraut Joker Poker (V3.010a)
Oriental Legend / Xi You Shi E Zhuan (ver. ???, Chinese Board)
Out Zone (set 5)
Pac-Land (Japan new)
Pac-Land (Japan old)
Pac-Land (Japan older)
Pang! 3 (Euro 950511, not encrypted)
Penguin Adventure (bootleg of MSX version)
Photo Y2K (ver. 102, Japanese Board)
Photo Y2K (ver. 104)
Photo Y2K 2
Phraze Craze (Expanded Questions, set 1)
Phraze Craze (Expanded Questions, set 2)
Phraze Craze (Sex Kit, Vertical)
Pinkiri 8
Pit Fighter (rev 7)
Poker Ladies (Censored bootleg)
Poker Master (set 1)
Poker Master (set 2)
Poker Monarch (v2.50)
Polaris (Original version)
Pretty Soldier Sailor Moon (Ver. 95/03/22, Hong Kong)
Pretty Soldier Sailor Moon (Ver. 95/03/22, Japan)
Pretty Soldier Sailor Moon (Ver. 95/03/22, Korea)
Pretty Soldier Sailor Moon (Ver. 95/03/22, Taiwan)
Pretty Soldier Sailor Moon (Ver. 95/03/22, USA)
Pretty Soldier Sailor Moon (Ver. 95/03/22B, Hong Kong)
Pretty Soldier Sailor Moon (Ver. 95/03/22B, Japan)
Pretty Soldier Sailor Moon (Ver. 95/03/22B, Korea)
Pretty Soldier Sailor Moon (Ver. 95/03/22B, Taiwan)
Pretty Soldier Sailor Moon (Ver. 95/03/22B, USA)
Print Club Pokemon B (U 991126 V1.000)
Prize Space Invaders (20
Pushman (Top Tronic license)
Quarter Horse (set 1, Pioneer PR-8210)
Quarter Horse (set 2, Pioneer PR-8210)
Quarter Horse (set 3, Pioneer LD-V2000)
Quarter Horse Classic
Raiden (US, SEI8904 + SEI9008 PCBs)
Raiden DX (US, Fabtek license)
Rail Chase (Japan)
Rapid River (RD2 Ver. C)
Reel Fun (Version 7.01)
Ridge Racer (Full Scale, 1993-12-13, World)
Rockman 2: The Power Fighters (Japan 960708)
Royal Card (austrian, set 2)
Royal Card (austrian, set 4)
Royal Card (austrian, set 5)
Royal Card (austrian, set 6)
Royal Card (austrian/polish, set 3)
Royal Card (slovak, encrypted)
Royal Card v2.0 Professional
Royal Gum (Italy)
Royal Queen
Royal Vegas Joker Card (fast deal, Mile)
Safari (set 2, bootleg?)
Second Chance
Sega Strike Fighter (Rev A)
Seibu Cup Soccer :Selection: (bootleg, set 2)
Senko No Ronde Special (GDL-0038)
Shark Party (English, Alpha license)
Silent Scope (ver UAA)
Skill Drop Georgia
Smash T.V. (rev 3.01)
Soul Calibur (SOC13/VER.B)
Spider-Man vs The Kingpin (Mega-Tech)
Spiders (set 3)
Stadium Hero 96 (Japan, EAD)
Star Gladiator (JAPAN 960627)
Street Fighter (US, set 1)
Street Fighter (US, set 2) (protected)
Street Fighter Alpha 3 (Hispanic 980629)
Street Fighter EX 2 (HISPANIC 980312)
Street Fighter II - The World Warrior (Thunder Edition)
Strike it Lucky (v0.5)
Strike it Lucky (v0.53)
Strike it Lucky (v0.53d)
Strike it Lucky (v0.5d)
Super Bar
Super Draw Poker (set 2)
Super Football Champ (Ver 2.4O)
Taiko No Tatsujin 10 (T101001-NA-A)
Tank Battle (prototype rev. 4/21/92)
Tarzan (V107)
Teenage Mutant Hero Turtles (UK 4 Players, set 2)
Ten Quid Grid (v1.2)
Ten Quid Grid (v1.2d)
Ten Quid Grid (v2.4)
Ten Quid Grid (v2.4d)
The Killing Blade (ver. 104)
The Mating Game (v0.2d)
The Ocean Hunter
The Pit (bootleg on Moon Quasar hardware)
Thrill Drive (JAB)
Time Crisis 2 (TSS4 Ver. A)
Time Crisis 3 (TST1)
Tobikose! Jumpman
Top Racer (no MB8841 + MB8842)
Top Racer (with MB8841 + MB8842, set 2)
Touchmaster (v2.2-01 Standard)
Touchmaster 2000 (v4.00 Standard)
Touchmaster 4000 (v6.02 Standard)
Touchmaster 8000 (v9.02 Standard)
Tournament Solitaire (V1.04, 06/22/95)
Track & Field (NZ Bootleg?)
Treasure Bonus (Subsino)
Treasure Island (Subsino, set 1)
Treasure Island (Subsino, set 2)
Turbo Out Run (upright, FD1094 317-unknown)
Turbo Sub (prototype rev. TSC6)
Turbo Sub (prototype rev. TSC7)
Uncle Poo
Vapor Trail - Hyper Offence Formation (World revision 3?)
Video Quiz
Viper Phase 1 (Japan)
Viper Phase 1 (USA, New Version)
Virtua Striker 2 '99 (Revision A)
Vs 10-Yard Fight (US, Taito license)
Wan Li Chang Cheng (China, V638C)
War of the Bugs or Monsterous Manouvers in a Mushroom Maze (German)
Wave Shark (UAB, USA v1.04)
Wing War (Japan)
Wing War (US)
X-Men: Children of the Atom (Hispanic 950331)
X-Men: Children of the Atom (Japan 941217)
Youma Ninpou Chou (Japan, alt)

Also, it's important to note here that while we have all the MAME 0.138 roms we also have a lot of extra titles listed under our MAME ROMs Section. This is because we started at 0.129 and kept adding the newer titles, but with every release there are titles that become unsupported. We don't remove these as it's still possible to play these on some versions of MAME. This is the reason why we have more games than 0.138 supports. But who's complaining ?

Go get yourself some MAME ROMs.

Update: I've also updated our Complete ROM Sets Section with the full MAME set split into 13 files [2.0GB each..]. You'll find the following files available there:

MAME 0.138 ROMS Part 01
MAME 0.138 ROMS Part 02
MAME 0.138 ROMS Part 03
MAME 0.138 ROMS Part 04
MAME 0.138 ROMS Part 05
MAME 0.138 ROMS Part 06
MAME 0.138 ROMS Part 07
MAME 0.138 ROMS Part 08
MAME 0.138 ROMS Part 09
MAME 0.138 ROMS Part 10
MAME 0.138 ROMS Part 11
MAME 0.138 ROMS Part 12
MAME 0.138 ROMS Part 13

Just grab all 13 of them and you'll have the FULL MAME 0.138 set right away! : ) Find these great sets at our Full ROM Sets Section.

Nintendo DS #4927
Posted by MasJ @ Sun, 16 May 2010 | Message Boards

Well, we've got some more Nintendo DS titles for you. Here's what we have today:


Someone asked when we'll fix the release numbers. Well, there isn't any proper numbering dat available yet. Advanscene's dats are only upto #4851 so far and those are the dats that we follow. All the other sites on the internet with alternate numbers are pretty arbitrary as well. We're waiting until advanscene updates it's dats so that we can rename the files. Until then you'll just have to follow these release numbers : )

Also, do check out Niphoet's emulator updates every week (the post below this one..) to get the latest emulators for yourself! We'll soon have a system to update emulators site-wide too!

For now, grab the latest Nintendo DS releases at our New Releases Section.

Emulator Updates
Posted by Niphoet @ Fri, 14 May 2010 | Message Boards

It seems to have been a pretty slow week for emulator updates, but here they are:

PC Engine/TurboGrafx 16: Ootake (English translation) has been updated to version 2.41 (Win).

Sega Dreamcast: nullDC has been updated to version 1.0.4 r22 (Win).

Sega NAOMI: nullDC NAOMI has been updated to version 1.0.4 r22 (Win). This is NOT the same as the above emulator.

ZX Spectrum: ZX Spectrum 4 has been updated to version 1.0.3784 built 26497 (Win).

DOSBox has been updated to version 0.74 (Win/Linux/Mac/Others). DOSBox, undoubtedly the best DOS emulator available, has finally recived an update after a year. I've used this for years and have never personally had any compatibility issues, but they just keep on improving it. Check it out and see what you think.

Again, I welcome comments and suggestions, so feel free. Niphoet out.

11 New Game Guides
Posted by MasJ @ Fri, 14 May 2010 | Message Boards

Well, our man ilefys has done it again. Thanks to him we have 11 new game guides for you to download and enjoy. We're getting newer game guides these days so that you can make it through the latest titles with ease! Here's what's been added:

Cover Page - Vagrant Story Bradygames Official Strategy GuideCover Page - Xenosaga Episode I Bradygames Official Strategy GuideCover Page - Pokemon HeartGold & SoulSilver Kanto Prima Official Guide
Cover Page - GTA San Andreas BradyGames Official Strategy GuideCover Page - Super Street Fighter IV Prima Official GuideCover Page - Army of Two - The 40th Day Prima Official Guide
Cover Page - Kingdom Hearts Piggyback Official Strategy Guide [Spanish]Cover Page - Dantes Inferno Prima Official GuideCover Page - Animal Crossing Wild World - The Official Nintendo Players Guide
Cover Page - Shadow Hearts - Covenant Bradygames Official Strategy GuideCover Page - Vagrant Story Piggyback Official Strategy Guide

You can find all of the above and over 1000 other video game strategy guides at our Game Guide Scans Section.

Nintendo DS #4922
Posted by MasJ @ Mon, 10 May 2010 | Message Boards

Well, every week brings in a new Nintendo DS update. We'll soon be at #5000 at this rate. Here's what's new today:


Dementium 2, Iron Man 2, and a Korean Yu-Gi-Oh title. Not bad for today. Find all these new titles at our Nintendo DS New Releases Section.

FF Advent Children & Symphonic Suite FLAC
Posted by MasJ @ Mon, 10 May 2010 | Message Boards

I've just added two new soundtracks to our high quality soundtracks section. This time around we've got Final Fantasy VII Advent Children and the Final Fantasy Symphonic Suite OSTs for you to download. Grab them by clicking the covers below:

FF7 Advent Children OST CoverFinal Fantasy Symphonic Suite Cover

Find many more high quality FLAC soundtracks by checking out our Soundtracks Section.

Emulator Updates
Posted by Niphoet @ Fri, 07 May 2010 | Message Boards

As MasJ menioned a few days ago, I'm going to be providing weekly updates on emulators. I will only be posting emulators for ROMs/Games that are hosted on EP. I'll make some personal recommendations in my posts, so please feel free to do the same in the comments. If I miss any new/updated emulators, please leave me a message in the comments and I'll make sure to include them in the next update.

Soon we will be updating the emulator files hosted on the site, but for now I will link to the developer's website. This will give people a chance to download the emulators for their preferred OS/platform, as well as read more details. Now for the emulators:

NES: MacFCEU has been updated to version 0.6.3 (Mac).

Amiga: WinUAE has been updated to version 2.1.0 (Win).

PC Engine/TurboGrafx 16: Ootake (English translation) has been updated to version 2.3.9 (Win).

Atari 2600: Stella has been updated to version 3.1.2 (Win/Mac/Linux/others).

Nintendo DS: iDeaS has been updated to version (Win/Linux).

ZX Spectrum: Speccy has been updated to version 1.7 (Win/Linux/others). Sinclairean has been updated to B10 rev. B (Win/Linux).

ScummVM has been updated to version 1.1.1. This has to be one of my all-time favorites, recreating my all-time favorite genre of computer games: 1990's adventure games. Originally developed for the LucasArts adventure games (Manian Mansion, Monkey Island, etc.), they have since expanded the compatibility to dozens of other 1990's era games. Check out the site for a list of compatible games and some more info. (Oh, and before someone makes the wise comment, this isn't strictly an emulator, but multi-game engine recreation software.)

Another system I want to mention is the TI-99/4A (Wikipedia link). This was the first computer I ever used. Classic99 is a wonderful TI-99/4A emulator that has many of the popular games for the system integrated. Most are clones of other popular games from the day, but still fun to play around with.

In closing, there are 2 other emulators I want to mention. When I am looking for an emulator, I want one that emulates the original system as accurately as possible. bsnes (Super Nintendo) and Regen (Sega Megadrive/Genesis, Master System/Game Gear/SC-1000/SC-3000) are wonderful examples. They each require a little higher-end specs to run than some of their counterparts, but the end result it well worth it. Check them out and see what you think.

I'd like to thank MasJ for the chance to provide these updates and I welcome any feedback. Have a good weekend, everyone!

Nintendo DS #4910
Posted by MasJ @ Fri, 07 May 2010 | Message Boards

We've finally moved into the last leg of NDS releases before hitting the big 5000. This handheld sure has seen a lot of games. Inspite of all the insipid titles for it, this speaks volumes of Nintendo's success with the DS. Anyhow, here's what's been added:


Mostly a bunch of Japanese titles but we have the US release of Picross 3D. I tried this title out and it's pretty cool. Nice little puzzles to bust your heads over while on a train ride somewhere or waiting for your dentist to look at your mouth :P. Grab 'em all at our Nintendo DS New Releases Section.

Of Music Sheets & More..
Posted by MasJ @ Wed, 05 May 2010 | Message Boards

Thanks to Su-Sa (who takes an incredible interest in uploading sheet music for us :)) we've got 24 additions to our Sheet Music Section. Here's what's been added for you:

Final Fantasy I-III
Final Fantasy IV Original Soundtrack Piano Solo Sheet Music
Final Fantasy Piano - Solo Music Box Style
Final Fantasy Piano Sheet Music - Piano Four Hands
Final Fantasy Tactics Original Soundtrack
Final Fantasy VII Advent Children Piano Solo Sheet Music
Final Fantasy X Suteki Da Ne Single Sheet Music
Final Fantasy X-2 Original Soundtrack Piano Solo Sheet Music
Final Fantasy XI Online Piano Sheet Music
Final Fantasy XI Piano Collection
Final Fantasy XI Piano Collection - 2nd Edition
Final Fantasy XII Kiss Me Good-bye Piano Solo Sheet Music
Final Fantsy XII Original Soundtrack Piano Solo Arrangement Book
Parapa the Rapper
Parasite Eve Original Soundtrack
SaGa Frontier I Original Soundtrack
SaGa Frontier II Original Soundtrack
Secret of Mana - Seiken Densetsu Piano Sheet Music
Sega Piano Nocturne
Sekaiju no MeiQ 2 - Piano Sketch Version
Shadow of the Colossus - Suite for Piano
Sword of Mana Piano Sound Version
Unlimited SaGa Original Soundtrack
Xenosaga Original Soundtrack

We've also updated some of our sheet music collections to be more complete thanks to some helpful uploads from Su-Sa. You can find all these incredible music pieces at our Video Game Sheet Music Section.

Apart from this, one of our forum members (Niphoet) has taken a great interest in posting emulator updates to the website. As our frequent visitors must be aware, we're usually quite slow on the uptake for updating our emulators here. Niphoet has promised to bring in a weekly post with all the emulator updates that have taken place. You'll be seeing him post here in a few days with a pretty good update on what's happening lately with the emulation scene. This will be a nice addition to our regular rom updates and shall catch you up with the latest versions of all your emulation software : )

More Sheet Music!
Posted by MasJ @ Mon, 03 May 2010 | Message Boards

Thanks to Su-Sa, we've got some brand new sheet music coming in for you. Here's what's been added today:

Banjo-Kazooie Unofficial Songbook
Chrono Cross Original Soundtrack
Chrono Trigger Original Sound Version
Diddy Kong Racing Unofficial Songbook
Donkey Kong Land Unofficial Songbook
Kingdom Hearts - Piano Collections
Legend of Zelda Best Collection
Legend of Zelda Wind Waker
Paper Mario Unofficial Songbook
Parapa the Rapper
Parasite Eve Original Soundtrack
SaGa Frontier II Original Soundtrack
SaGa Frontier I Original Soundtrack
Sekaiju no MeiQ 2 - Piano Sketch Version

We now have 51 available soundtracks for you to play on your instruments. Lets have some live gaming music concerts, shall we ? :D Find these and many more great songbooks at our Sheet Music Section.

Nintendo DS #4900
Posted by MasJ @ Sun, 02 May 2010 | Message Boards

And the Nintendo DS ROMs just keep rolling in. I've got a pretty big update for you folks today and we've finally made it to release 4900. Here's what's been added:


There's How to Train your Dragon and the EU release of Warioware Do It Yourself. Find all the latest releases at our Nintendo DS ROMs New Releases Section.

R4 (SDHC) Vs. R4i (SDHC & RTS) Review
Posted by MasJ @ Sun, 02 May 2010 | Message Boards

I've just reviewed these two flashcarts and compared them with each other. Kickgaming.com sent me some samples a few days ago and I've worked with these carts extensively to give my thoughts on them. The R4 and R4i are both excellent Nintendo DS flashcart options and you can read (and see!) about all that they can do in my R4 vs. R4i Review.

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