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  1. I have been looking into the audio code a bit it should sound less 'crunchy' now. https://x16emu.s3.amazonaws.com/x16emu.html?manifest=https://x16repos.s3.amazonaws.com/chase.zip (compared to https://www.commanderx16.com/emulator/x16emu.html?manifest=/emulator/9-chase-vault/ ) I tested on a Mac with Chrome and Safari. Please let me know if that improves it for you too.
    4 points
  2. Now on YouTube: a demo of the map engine I'm working on for Ani's game.
    2 points
  3. Hello chaps. My real name and facebook name is Ani Kirilov. I'm husband and father of 1 daughter. I've studied Computer Science in the university. Professionally I'm software developer mainly Delphi/Pascal, but proficient in C/C++ and Assembler (x86, 65xx). On the net I'm known as Squall, but since so many people use that nick, I go with Squall_FF8 in the last 8-10 years. As the nick suggest I'm huge Final Fantasy fan! I have written couple of utils for editing, extracting,... content for/from FF games. Although FF5 is not my most fav game, I kind of specialized in it. You might have come across by FF5_Viewer, FF5_DamageCalculator, Visual SAK (general console tool) and my legacy: FF5 Wiki (https://www.ff6hacking.com/ff5wiki/index.php/Main_Page). My first zeal to program started with a home computer, a clone of Oric 1 Atmos called Pravetz 8D. First with BASIC, but immediately turned to 6502 asm. There is always this nostalgia to retro (with limited things to produce something that is considered beyond the limit). At the same time the reasoning that tells you that doing it is in the past (and thus a waste of time). That is why in Commander X16 I saw both things fulfilled - a contemporary approach to retro in contemporary system (no emulation, no old hardware). For sure I will produce number of tools for X16, but my primary goal is to make a contemporary, retro looking FF like game:
    1 point
  4. Looks good to me on Chrome/Windows, as well! Only the slightest stutter once or twice while I played the whole first level. It's now better than my old laptop running the native emulator!
    1 point
  5. It's almost perfect on Windows 10 / Chrome. A little stutter here or there, but a lot better and very usable! On Firefox it's still stuttering though, sadly.
    1 point
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