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Eke-eke has released a new version of Hu-Go GX a Turbo Grafix 16 / PC Engine emulator for the GameCube and now the Nintendo Wii.
 
Eke-eke has released a new version of Hu-Go GX a Turbo Grafix 16 / PC Engine emulator for the GameCube and now the Nintendo Wii.
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== Info ==
 
== Info ==

Revision as of 10:43, 21 April 2008

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Eke-eke has released a new version of Hu-Go GX a Turbo Grafix 16 / PC Engine emulator for the GameCube and now the Nintendo Wii.

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Info

  • Developer : Eke-Eke
  • Accessories needed: GameCube controller, SD Adapter
  • Installation for Zelda Chainloader: Install as usual
  • Display mode : 480p output (PAL50 only) and 240i
  • Loaders useable: Twilight Hack, Front SD ELF Loader, WiiHL
  • Software type: Emulation

Installation

  • Create the following directories in the root directory of the SD card in the SD Adapter:
    • /hugo/roms - Store the ROM files here.
    • /hugo/saves - SRAM and save state data will be stored here.
  • Start the ELF with one of the above mentioned loaders.

ChangeLog

2008.04.19

- added Wii mode support (including front SD rom loading with LFN, TP reload, ...) 
- added 4.7GB DVD support for chip-modded WII (GC mode only) 
- removed MPAL TV mode, added EURGB60 TV mode support: fix display problem for Wii users (GC&Wii  mode) 
- added original rendering mode support (240i), like on real hardware 
- added 480p (progressive) rendering mode support (not supported by the PAL60 version, use the  other one !) 
- added Console Reboot option in main menu (System Reboot) 
- WRAM files can now be saved/loaded to/from SDCARD: located in /hugo/saves from the root of your SDCARD (no Wii front SD support) 
- changed initial ROMS directory for SDCARD user: now looking for /hugo/roms from the root of your SDCARD 
- fixed broken MCARD support 
- modified controls when going into the rom selection menu (DVD or SDCARD), like other current emulators: 
- use B button to go up one directory 
- use Z button to quit the file selection menu 
- use L/R triggers to go down/up one full page . use Left/Right buttons or Analog stick to scroll the selected entry's filename when it can't be full displayed 
- various menu rearrangment, minor bugfixes & sourcecode cleanup

Download

There are two versions, on for Wii and other for GameCube :