Emulicious - Emulator Focused on Reverse-Engineering, ROM Hacking and Development

Discussion in 'Engineering & Reverse Engineering' started by Calindro, Jun 18, 2020.

  1. Calindro

    Calindro

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    Hi guys,

    I want to introduce to you my emulator Emulicious.
    Emulicious is a free to use multi-system emulator for Windows, Linux, Raspberry Pi OS, Mac OS(X) and any other operating system supporting Java SE.

    It is focused on reverse-engineering, ROM hacking and development. For that it provides several tools such as a debugger with a smart disassembler (splitting code from data).

    Emulicious emulates the Game Boy and Game Boy Color, the MSX1 and (to you probably) most importantly the Master System and the Game Gear.

    If you want to use Emulicious but don't have or don't want to install Java on your Windows system, I have also provided a download that contains all necessary files.

    For more information see https://emulicious.net/
    Direct link to the download page: https://emulicious.net/downloads/

    If you're interested in a chat you can also join Emulicious's Discord server: https://discord.gg/YuKjBUF

    A little bit off topic but maybe also of interest to some of you: I am also the author of KiddEd (https://kidded.emulicious.net), an editor for the Master System game Alex Kidd in Miracle World.
     
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  2. Master Emerald

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    The things I most like this are PAR correction and the CRAM editor. AFAIK only Kega and Emulicious do it for SMS games.

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    And with the CRAM editor I was able to prototype new palettes for Sonic Triple Trouble SMS:

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  3. Ravenfreak

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    I have always used your emulator for testing/debugging purposes since I've found out about it! In fact, the disassembler is great too and my own personal Sonic Drift disassembly is a direct disassembly via your emulator. For those getting into development on the Master System/Game Gear I highly recommend using Emulicious.
     
  4. Wafer

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    It's literally the only thing I use for SMS work, with the exception of Notepad++ and wla-dx. The disassembler is phenomenal.
     
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  5. nineko

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    I am the Holy Cat Tech Member
    I didn't know you had an account here on Retro, I'll see what I can do to put some green in your profile.

    *posts in a secret subforum*
     
  6. Calindro

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    Hi nineko! Nice to see you! I hope you're fine! :)
    Yes, we already talked about it. :)
    I told you that I applied around 6 years ago but never got my account approved.
    Just recently @Master Emerald asked one of the moderators to look into my application and then I got approved. :)
     
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  7. nineko

    nineko

    I am the Holy Cat Tech Member
    To be honest I actually forgot that you told me, but it's all good, I'm glad to see you here in the end :)

    Now, as I said, all that's left is to give you the rank you deserve, so I just nominated you for tech membership :)
     
  8. Aerosol

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    Glad to finally see you posting! The SMS games don't get enough love round here so hopefully this will be the signal boost that changes that.
     
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