WOnderswan & coleco emulation trouble

Welcome Page Forums RetroPie Project Everything else related to the RetroPie Project WOnderswan & coleco emulation trouble

This topic contains 17 replies, has 4 voices, and was last updated by Profile photo of Omnija Omnija 2 years ago.

Viewing 18 posts - 1 through 18 (of 18 total)
  • Author
    Posts
  • #98612
    Profile photo of davich
    davich
    Participant

    Hello. I have a raspberry pi model b and I can not run colecovision & wonderswan. I can not understand what emulators use for this, and whether the BIOS images? Have you run these platforms? Sorry for my English I am a foreigner

    #98621
    Profile photo of Omnija
    Omnija
    Participant

    I’ve managed to get wonderswan working on my rpi2, ill make a guide for you once i have some time.

    #98636
    Profile photo of davich
    davich
    Participant

    Thank you it would be very good, I would have tried on his raspberry pi

    #98646
    Profile photo of Omnija
    Omnija
    Participant

    Instead of writing down a book of instructions, i put together a quick folder with everything needed to set it up. The core is already pre compiled so all you have to do is follow the folders and instructions i put inside. If you need any more help feel free to let me know.

    As for coleco i haven’t played around with it, so i can’t help you there.

    If in the future you would like to compile your own core “.so” this is the steps i took.

    
    cd
    sudo apt-get install -y git
    git clone https://github.com/libretro/beetle-wswan-libretro
    cd beetle-wswan-libretro
    make
    sudo mkdir /opt/retropie/libretrocores/lr-mednafen-ws/
    sudo cp mednafen_wswan_libretro.so /opt/retropie/libretrocores/lr-mednafen-ws/
    
    Attachments:
    1. mednafen_wswan.zip
    #98731
    Profile photo of InsecureSpike
    InsecureSpike
    Participant

    this is cool! thanks!

    just added an request to add this via github..

    https://github.com/retropie/RetroPie-Setup/issues/845

    #98738
    Profile photo of Omnija
    Omnija
    Participant

    I just set up neogeo pocket a couple of hours ago ironically. If you would like me to upload it like wonderswan, let me know. I also agree with it should be part of the project as well.

    #98740
    Profile photo of InsecureSpike
    InsecureSpike
    Participant

    yeah why not, thanks!
    how does it play?

    thanks

    #98742
    Profile photo of Omnija
    Omnija
    Participant

    Runs well on an rpi2, not sure about the older version. I’m hoping to learn more about compiling the cores, so i can compile them specifically as performant as possible.

    Edit: just uploaded the neogeo pocket, i compiled the core the same way as the above method.

    Attachments:
    1. mednafen_ngp.zip
    #98746
    Profile photo of InsecureSpike
    InsecureSpike
    Participant

    awesome! thanks mate!

    #98748
    Profile photo of Omnija
    Omnija
    Participant

    No problem.

    #98759
    Profile photo of InsecureSpike
    InsecureSpike
    Participant

    oh will this automatically create the needed info in the es_systems.cfg

    cheers!

    btw: the theme I just released has these themed already!

    theme tags are;

    ngp = neogeo pocket
    ngpc = neogeo pocket color
    wonderswan = wonder swan
    wonderswancolor = wonder swan color

    #98763
    Profile photo of Omnija
    Omnija
    Participant

    Like the other zip, i added a readme that should have the appropriate system info which you can just copy and paste into your system.cfg

    #98765
    Profile photo of InsecureSpike
    InsecureSpike
    Participant

    awesome! thanks!

    #98767
    Profile photo of Omnija
    Omnija
    Participant

    No problem.
    I’m not sure if it works with zips or not. You might have to edit some information to match your theme. I just made ngp + color = ngp, same as wonderswan, i didn’t separate them since i was just testing it and setting it up for the first time.

    edit: if you need help setting it up separately just let me know

    You would have to edit the system.cfg, make a another rom folder, and add a config with in the opt.

    #98779
    Profile photo of InsecureSpike
    InsecureSpike
    Participant

    that’s all cool, I just separate as personal preference.

    thanks again

    #98790
    Profile photo of herbfargus
    herbfargus
    Member

    Good Work, from your comments I’ve added two pull requests to have these emulators added to the experimental menu

    WONDERSWAN:
    https://github.com/retropie/RetroPie-Setup/pull/849

    NEO GEO POCKET:
    https://github.com/retropie/RetroPie-Setup/pull/850

    I’ve tested them on my pi and they seem to have worked but it’s possible the code could be potentially improved (I’m not the most proficient at coding yet) hopefully they will be merged soon.

    #98846
    Profile photo of InsecureSpike
    InsecureSpike
    Participant

    ok just a little update

    neo geo pocket color
    wonderswan
    game and watch

    emulation have all been added to the experimental section of the RetroPie Setup page,

    thanks everyone involved!!

    #99066
    Profile photo of Omnija
    Omnija
    Participant

    Any idea on why the .sav get saved in the bios folder instead of the folder the game is launched in?

    Edit: I also re uploaded the folders with the appropriate files for wonderswan classic and color. In case others wanted it separate and to be similar to the gameboy and gameboy colour.

Viewing 18 posts - 1 through 18 (of 18 total)

Forums are currently read only - please visit the new RetroPie forums at https://retropie.org.uk/forums/

Skip to toolbar