Difference (Unl) shakes in my emulator

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Re: Difference (Unl) shakes in my emulator

Post by Sour » Sat Feb 25, 2017 6:20 pm

Yes, the title screen shaking was the original issue I had with Kick Master.

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Re: Difference (Unl) shakes in my emulator

Post by zeroone » Sat Feb 25, 2017 7:33 pm

Sour wrote:Yes, the title screen shaking was the original issue I had with Kick Master.
We should add all of these to the Tricky-to-emulate games list. I didn't even know about MC-ACC until you brought it up in the link above.

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Re: Difference (Unl) shakes in my emulator

Post by Zepper » Sat Feb 25, 2017 8:15 pm

Not exactly "shaking", but... waving. There's no need to add such game to the tricky list, since it's not a problem found in many emulators.

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Re: Difference (Unl) shakes in my emulator

Post by zeroone » Sun Feb 26, 2017 7:36 pm

Zepper wrote:Not exactly "shaking", but... waving. There's no need to add such game to the tricky list, since it's not a problem found in many emulators.
The Tricky-to-emulate list contains many common games, including SMB and SMB3. If it's the wrong place, we should still collect all the shaky / wavy games into a list to serve as additional test cases for emulator developers.

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