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  Lameboy - GB/GBC emu
Posted by nutki on Mon, April 30th, 2007 at 14:18 - 84 Comments
 
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nutki Poland

 
Hi all at DS Scene

About 5 years ago I have wrote partial gameboy emulator in C purely for fun, so it never gone public. To try some NDS programming I have just ported it NDS. As there is no DLDI emu realesed for NDS I decided to add support for it and release here. Rom selection menu is based on work done for StellaDS by spathi-wa from r4ds forums.

Some emulator (mis)features:
- no sound emulation
- no or incorrect serial/ir/dma/cpu emulation
- no realtime sync, game will go as fast as it can
- full speed for games that use less than about 50% of GB CPU
However some games are playable anyway.

How to use:
- copy rom files to /lameboy/ dir on your flash card
- run lameboy.nds and select rom
- in game keys:
-- L+R - back to rom select
-- Y - switch fullscreen upscaling on/off
-- X - save persistant ram to .sav file


Download binary with R4 driver at mytempdir

or

direct from ds-scene


This post has been edited by Nathan, Sat, November 5th, 2011 at 17:48

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Nathan576 United States

  Wed, May 2nd, 2007 at 00:57
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dude thank you so much I have been tring to get a game boy color emulator for mounths if they ever get sound can you send me a message with the link?

*edited on 2007/05/02 01:17:47 by Nathan576
 
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retrohead United Kingdom

  Wed, May 2nd, 2007 at 12:09
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Totally missed this, I will get it posted as news once I can get a screenshot of it working. Runs in Desmume though the roms im trying are not loading. Will try more when I get home from work ;)
 
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m3rox Albania

  Wed, May 2nd, 2007 at 17:37
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This one runs nice, though the speed isn´t 100% yet, it´s more like 96-99%.
 
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retrohead United Kingdom

  Thu, May 3rd, 2007 at 00:10
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I added a download link to the first post and stickied this in the forum. Thanks for sharing :)
 
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ChaosBoi United States

  Thu, May 3rd, 2007 at 00:38
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Does it have save support? I currently don´t have my M3DSS right now since my lil bro is playing Pokemon Pearl on it.
 
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Nathan576 United States

  Thu, May 3rd, 2007 at 02:19
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can´t save to pokemon gold/silver and cant play zelda ages and seasons
 
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Shiro786 Canada

  Fri, May 4th, 2007 at 10:07
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You have done an amazing job here my friend. Many of us were anticipating Goomba´s conversion to source so we could port it, but a fresh emulator indeed is amazing. Thank you for your hard work, I´m looking forward to updates!
 
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nutki Poland

  Fri, May 4th, 2007 at 10:50
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Hi

Here comes first lameboy quickfix. It does not help for Zelda Oracle´s nor Pokemon G/S saves though.
Also forgot to mention in the first post, maximum rom size is 2MB (16MBit) because it has to fit in DS RAM. Same applies to roms stored in .zip files.

0.3
- "ADD SP, #xx" instruction fix, (helps many games compatibility including Pokemon Card 2 and DK Land)
- CGB HDMA bug fixed
- MBC type 0x13 correctly recognized (now save works in Pokemon Red/Green/Blue)
- added some powersaving when NDS closed during emulation

0.2
- zipped rom support

Download lameboy 0.3 at mytempdir
 
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dudereno United Kingdom

  Fri, May 4th, 2007 at 11:49
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Superb Work nutki.
The zip support just works without any faffing about with compression settings. Fantastic.
Does Lameboy have any limits regarding max files in a directory? It´s great to play some of the old classics gb/gbc games on a slot1 card.  :playphat:
 
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