Five Emulators Updated
6:00 AM | Jean-Luc Dinsdale | Comment on this story
Irish shareware programmer Richard Bannister updated five of his classic gaming system emulators over the weekend.
The roller coaster fanatic took time off of his busy travel schedule to revise his OS X versions of the KiGB Gameboy emulator and the Nestopia Nintendo NES emulator. KiGB version 1.6.9 has fixed a bug that crashed the application with certain Colour Gameboy titles, while version 1.1.2 of Nestopia sees support for zipped ROMs and Game Genie.
Bannister also took the time to update the Mac versions of the Thom and TEO, emulators of the old French Thomson TO7 and Thomson TO8 home computers. Bannister also revised his version of the Horizon application, emulator of the BBC Model B, a computer sold in the early 1980's by the British Broadcasting Corporation.
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