Hello everyone and a late Merry Christmas to you! 🎄 ❤️
Here's something for you that I've intended to keep as a Christmas present for you!
- It's a Sharp X68000 emulator from the 90s that runs on Windows 3.1+Win32s, too.
All in all, it was a lot of work to discover, it took me weeks of searching the internet and testing executables.
The emulator itself is in an early stage, but already usable for visual novels, disk mags and puzzle games.
So definitely fun to toy with on your vintage PC ("Hey! Look! X68000 games on my 486 beige tower!"). ^^
Please note that some games require a joystick, which I think the emulator doesn't emulate.
So you need a real joystick attached to your Windows PC. On Windows 3.1, that IBM Joystick applet might be needed, not sure.
To actually run games, you must convert them to the XDF format by using a freeware utility.
Since the menu bar is somehow missing in Windows 3.1+Win32s, just edit the config file manually and run the emulator.
It looks like this:
EX68000 option setting.
Merry Christmas time to you
and a Happy New Year! ^^
Edit: Typos fixed.
PS: The Mew wallpaper was found on DA.. I'll add credits once I remember them again.
Edit: The format of the config file is like this, I believe:
Maybe this is useful to you if you're on a pure Windows 3.1x PC and would like to edit the config manually.
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