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  1. In Topic: General Project Screenshot/Video Thread

    26 August 2016 - 03:54 PM

    All of that is software scaled.
  2. In Topic: General Project Screenshot/Video Thread

    26 August 2016 - 02:53 PM

    Posted Image
    Those are not static images.
  3. In Topic: Basic Questions & Answers thread

    06 August 2016 - 10:56 AM

    By very clever craftmanship. Or using 32X.
    making sprites 96x96 is actually very easy by simply adding more mapping pieces to it. Larger than 256x256, you will have to consult Sonic 2. As far as multiple palette lines, most mappings editors let you add bitmasks to the tile offset, to specify the next palette lines (or with clever stuff, previous also)
  4. In Topic: Basic Questions & Answers thread

    04 August 2016 - 04:12 AM

    View Postcokyen, on 03 August 2016 - 06:06 PM, said:

    I am looking to buy a laptop. What specs would you say would be the minimum to properly run any emulation / debugging tools like Exodus etc which act slow when you are low in RAM and have the VDP window , the Z80 Window , the main 68000 window , the registers window etc... Basically what is a good spec list in general for any M68000 / Sega Genesis programming / Sonic Hacking for a Laptop?

    First of all, if you want to ever run Exodus, ditch the idea of buying a laptop and buy an actual PC. I right now have Intel 5820K processor with default clock. This beast is 6-core 3.3GHz processor. Even it can not always run Exodus at 60FPS. I am sure though, it is a flaw in the emulator as I can run 4 instances before all of them will consistently run below 60FPS. I would buy a processor with at least 4 cores and 3GHz clock (probably better if higher). I would also get at least 8GB of system RAM, and fairly good graphics card to make sure there are no other bottlenecks. And really good cooling. If you are fine with something less intensive like Regen, pretty much any laptop that is 5 or less years old will do you fine, as long as you don't go looking from the lowest possible end (or those minilaptops, they will be guaranteed to have shit cooling and that kills the performance they could have).
  5. In Topic: Basic Questions & Answers thread

    25 July 2016 - 12:09 PM

    You are unlikely to find anything like this aside from a tutorial perspective. These things usually just get added as a part of the hack, rather than the sole purpose of it.