Bannister Updates Gameboy, 'Enhancer' Emulators
7:54 AM | Jean-Luc Dinsdale | Comment on this story
Mac emulator programmer Richard Bannister has recently updated two of his emulation utilities, and has made them available to the public.
KiGB, Bannister's Nintendo Gameboy emulator, has been updated to version 1.6.9a. The new version brings the Mac OS version of the poplar utility up to date with the latest Windows version of the same title, which was released Thursday.
Furthermore, Bannister has released version 1.5.2 of his Emulator Enhancer, the application designed to add a number of additional features to all of Bannister's emulators. Included in this new version:
Aspect ratio correctionBilinear FilteringFull screen modeNetwork game play (preliminary)Screen CurvatureUSB Gamepad and Joystick supportVBL Synchronised VideoEmulation fans should head over to Bannister's site and download the updated utilities through the links below:
Richard Bannister's Emulation Enhancer
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