I don't Care what any one say, The Magic Engine is the best Turbo Grafx 16 Emulator out there, period! If I create a supergrafix folder for just the supergrafix roms, will I need to manually do anything to any congfig files for the folder to get recognized, or will Retropie see the supergrafix folder and roms automatically? I haven't had any experience yet with manually editing config files in Retopie. The doc pages are very helpful but a bit confusing at times. Okay so when you launch a game you are greeted with the Runcommand. There's only a handful of supergrafix roms so if I only need to set the emulator once for each game it's not so bad. EmulationStation's built in scraper uses the file names to find matches. Please read this document about the Runcommand: With the Runcommand you can change the default emulator used for that folder or you can change the emulator for that specific game that you're launching.
I haven't had any experience yet with manually editing config files in Retopie. It is similar Many games I dont liked. Emulators in this category are suitable for gaming. If I use a separate supergrafix folder, will the fames automatically open with the supergrafix emualator? Recommended Emulators Recommended emulators provide good compatibility, performance and stability. As a result, your viewing experience will be diminished, and you may not be able to execute some actions. That's what forums are for.
The author recommends a minimum of a 2. I personally use 3 folders. This will be very helpful for me. Thanks very much for all the info. I was in the same boat about 9 months ago. Ideally, the doc page should make this more apparent, but it doesn't.
And will Retropie remember so I only need to select the supergrafix once for each supergrafix rom? Plus the Turbo version is just not as good as the Nintendo version. Both versions have a fair amount of compatibility as well as features. Dracula X Rondo Of Blood 3. Will that cause any confusion with scraping, having them all together in the same folder? I just wish the doc pages explained that. Hu-Go Hu-Go is an Open-Source Turbo Grafx 16 emulator from Zeograd.
Does putting them all together cause any confusion with the emulator or scraper? Or is that not a problem? The above lists is only ones I like and I enjoyed them a lot, that's about it. They are updated by the community in their spare time. If U don't Own The System U Should Try The Magic Engine Emulator it will Play Cd's And Rom's. I was a newbie just 9 months ago and now I try to update the documents when I figure something out. So these are questions that are likely to come up for a newbie. They are basically just text files ;- If I put the supergrafix roms in the pcengine folder, will I need to select which emulator to use for each rom I play in the pcengine folder, or just when I play supergrafix roms? I'm thinking the roms should run okay from the same folder, but how would I know if the scraper is getting confused with both sets of roms in there? Specs: Pi Model or other hardware: Raspberry Pi 3 model B Power Supply used: CanaKit 5V 2. Dracula X Rondo Of Blood It rocks!!!!! Ideally, the doc page should make this more apparent, but it doesn't.
The turbo Grafx version has Improve Grafics and a little defrent in some areas. But that's fine if that's how it's supposed to be. Turbo Engine shares the same plugin system as the Genesis emulator Kega Fusion so it can use any Kega Fusion compatible video plugins. I prefer the Nintendo version. Some people think it looks ugly but the Runcommand is your friend! Ninja Gaiden -This version is very hard! The doc pages are very helpful but a bit confusing at times.
Double Dragon 2 - The revenge - Nice game, The nintendo version, is still a little better. I haven't actually even run any roms yet. I checked and I have the Super Grafix emulator installed by default. If I create a supergrafix folder for just the supergrafix roms, will I need to manually do anything to any congfig files for the folder to get recognized, or will Retropie see the supergrafix folder and roms automatically? Sorry for the extra questions - I'm just wondering which way is considered easier to work with. Neutopia 2 Because I am big fan of Zelda. Turbo Engine 16 was developed with an emphasis on accuracy.
And will Retropie remember so I only need to select the supergrafix once for each supergrafix rom? I'm dumping all the roms in the appropriate folders and I just would like to avoid making any early mistakes. So these are questions that are likely to come up for a newbie. Keith Courage in Alpha Zones 8. I plan on adding this to the wiki but I'll post it here first to see if anyone has any questions about it. If more users did this, the documentation would be a lot better. The Runcommand is a pretty cool script that's responsible for launching the correct emulators for your games dependent on the folder they are located in.