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| image = [[File:Icon_Atawii.png]]
 
| title = AtaWii
 
| title = AtaWii
| description = Atari ST emulator for Wii
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| type = computer emulator
| type = Emulation/Atari
 
 
| author = NoNameNo
 
| author = NoNameNo
| download = [[media:AtaWii-beta-1.tgz|AtaWii-beta-1.tgz]] (version beta 1)
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| download = Media:AtaWii-beta-1.tgz
| source = Included
 
 
| peripherals = {{GCNController}}
 
| peripherals = {{GCNController}}
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==FAQ==
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== FAQ ==
===Q: How do you install?===
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=== Q: How do you install? ===
 
A:  
 
A:  
  
===Q: Can I use my msa/st disk image?===
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=== Q: Can I use my msa/st disk image? ===
 
A: No, I was too lazy to code a sdgecko/DVD menu selector, so I hardcoded a disk image (BUGGY.C)
 
A: No, I was too lazy to code a sdgecko/DVD menu selector, so I hardcoded a disk image (BUGGY.C)
 
INFO: you can just use raw2c with any disk image (.st format) and update the hardcoded one / and recompile to get your favorite game running. (remap the paddle keys to your needs, too)  
 
INFO: you can just use raw2c with any disk image (.st format) and update the hardcoded one / and recompile to get your favorite game running. (remap the paddle keys to your needs, too)  
  
===Q: What is the disk image?===
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=== Q: What is the disk image? ===
 
A: The disk image I hardcoded is ST-MENU 5, an intro compilation disk from the famous OVERLANDERS.
 
A: The disk image I hardcoded is ST-MENU 5, an intro compilation disk from the famous OVERLANDERS.
  
===Q: How can I use it?===
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=== Q: How can I use it? ===
 
A: I am a very lazy guy, so I didn't even code a keyboard facility, but I hardcoded some keys you can use with your paddle :
 
A: I am a very lazy guy, so I didn't even code a keyboard facility, but I hardcoded some keys you can use with your paddle :
  
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<nowiki>*</nowiki> - Needed at Woody Wood Pecker screen!
 
<nowiki>*</nowiki> - Needed at Woody Wood Pecker screen!
  
===Q: Why can't I listen to the marvelous soundchip?===
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=== Q: Why can't I listen to the marvelous soundchip? ===
 
A: Because this Castaway doesn't have sound emulation :(
 
A: Because this Castaway doesn't have sound emulation :(
  
===Q: Why do so many of the intros in the compilation not work?===
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=== Q: Why do so many of the intros in the compilation not work? ===
 
A: In fact, the basis of the emulator I ported is very lame, and the intros do not work on the pc version of the emulator either.
 
A: In fact, the basis of the emulator I ported is very lame, and the intros do not work on the pc version of the emulator either.
  
===Q: When is the final version planned?===
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=== Q: When is the final version planned? ===
 
A: I don't think I will continue to work on it, but if someone else wants to, the sources are included.
 
A: I don't think I will continue to work on it, but if someone else wants to, the sources are included.
  
==Acknowledge==
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== Acknowledge ==
 
Thanks and Greetings to :
 
Thanks and Greetings to :
 
* Team Twizzer for all the great wii stuff
 
* Team Twizzer for all the great wii stuff
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* And all others .....
 
* And all others .....
  
==Download==
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== Download ==
Download : [[media:AtaWii-beta-1.tgz|AtaWii-beta-1.tgz]] (version beta 1)
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Download : [[Media:AtaWii-beta-1.tgz|AtaWii-beta-1.tgz]] (version beta 1)
[[Category:Homebrew applications]]
 

Latest revision as of 18:02, 10 August 2009

AtaWii
Icon Atawii.png
General
Author(s)NoNameNo
TypeComputer emulator
Links
Download
Downloadable via the Homebrew Browser
Peripherals
GameCube Controller


An Atari ST emulator for Wii (port of the lame emulator, castaway)


FAQ

Q: How do you install?

A:

Q: Can I use my msa/st disk image?

A: No, I was too lazy to code a sdgecko/DVD menu selector, so I hardcoded a disk image (BUGGY.C) INFO: you can just use raw2c with any disk image (.st format) and update the hardcoded one / and recompile to get your favorite game running. (remap the paddle keys to your needs, too)

Q: What is the disk image?

A: The disk image I hardcoded is ST-MENU 5, an intro compilation disk from the famous OVERLANDERS.

Q: How can I use it?

A: I am a very lazy guy, so I didn't even code a keyboard facility, but I hardcoded some keys you can use with your paddle :

GameCube Controller Action
Gamecube D-Pad Up Up Arrow
Gamecube D-Pad Down Down Arrow
Gamecube B Button F1
Gamecube A Button F2
Gamecube Y Button F3
Gamecube X Button F4
GameCube L Trigger Space*
GameCube R Trigger Reset Atari
GameCube START Button Return to Loader

* - Needed at Woody Wood Pecker screen!

Q: Why can't I listen to the marvelous soundchip?

A: Because this Castaway doesn't have sound emulation :(

Q: Why do so many of the intros in the compilation not work?

A: In fact, the basis of the emulator I ported is very lame, and the intros do not work on the pc version of the emulator either.

Q: When is the final version planned?

A: I don't think I will continue to work on it, but if someone else wants to, the sources are included.

Acknowledge

Thanks and Greetings to :

  • Team Twizzer for all the great wii stuff
  • CastAway coder
  • Nuke for the GREAT usb gecko !!
  • dhewg for this marvelous Geckoloader ( i've done this port in 5-6 hours with no more "SD djing")
  • And all others .....

Download

Download : AtaWii-beta-1.tgz (version beta 1)