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27 Feb 2024
@elimg:matrix.orgElim GarakBut they just tend to drop Windows about a year after Microsoft does.04:58:01
@elimg:matrix.orgElim GarakIf one guy in Russia can kind of get it to work, Mozilla could get everything to work.04:58:31
@elimg:matrix.orgElim GarakI totally get the appeal of sticking one version of an OS on your computer and wanting to use it forever.04:59:23
@elimg:matrix.orgElim GarakSoftware only tends to go in one direction. Bigger, fatter, and more dumbed down.04:59:36
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@enigma9o7:envs.netenigma9o7can kinda still browse on 98se04:59:39
@mrjpaxton:4d2.orgmrjpaxton
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sent an image.
Super Mario 64 PC port detected. 👀
05:00:25
@elimg:matrix.orgElim GarakKMeleon, heh. I used that for a while in the late 90s I think.05:00:29
@elimg:matrix.orgElim GarakI believe it uses Goanna now.05:00:39
@mrjpaxton:4d2.orgmrjpaxtonAnd I didn't know that wan on Win 98. 😆05:00:42
@mrjpaxton:4d2.orgmrjpaxton * And I didn't know that ran on Win 98. 😆05:00:48
@mrjpaxton:4d2.orgmrjpaxtonPeople have been doing Online multiplayer B3313, and it's just the most wildest thing ever so see how far retro gaming has come.05:01:52
@enigma9o7:envs.netenigma9o7
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Super Mario 64 PC port detected. 👀
Indeed, had to try building that for 98 a few years back....
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@elimg:matrix.orgElim GarakI was really happy with finding gens in the 90s.05:05:43
@elimg:matrix.orgElim GarakI still use gens-gs on Debian. I don't suppose anyone will ever finish removing the asm from it.05:06:06
@elimg:matrix.orgElim GarakSo it would be a loss if I moved to arm.05:06:13
@enigma9o7:envs.netenigma9o7I'm not familiar with B3313, I'm assuming thats some other retro game. Certainly my kids and I played multiplayer sm64ex-coop port years ago tho, that was cool way to introduce them to 3D gaming.05:06:49
@enigma9o7:envs.netenigma9o7I'd also never played it myself, so we went thru the whole game together.05:07:22
@mrjpaxton:4d2.orgmrjpaxton
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I'm not familiar with B3313, I'm assuming thats some other retro game. Certainly my kids and I played multiplayer sm64ex-coop port years ago tho, that was cool way to introduce them to 3D gaming.
It is one of the largest SM64 romhacks. It has some elements of paranormal horror activity or speculation, which is kind of amusing, mixed in with redrawn assets from the SM64 beta videos sown at E3 I think back in the day. I haven't played it myself yet, but I've heard it's very good.
05:09:11
@elimg:matrix.orgElim GarakI managed to get Star Wars: Rogue Squadron and Battle for Naboo running in Retroarch. Can't remember which, but there was only one emulator core that could handle them.05:18:37
@mrjpaxton:4d2.orgmrjpaxton
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I'm not familiar with B3313, I'm assuming thats some other retro game. Certainly my kids and I played multiplayer sm64ex-coop port years ago tho, that was cool way to introduce them to 3D gaming.
* It is one of the largest SM64 romhacks. It has some elements of paranormal horror activity or speculation, which is kind of amusing, mixed in with redrawn assets from the SM64 beta videos shown at E3 I think back in the day. I haven't played it myself yet, but I've heard it's very good.
05:18:43
@elimg:matrix.orgElim GarakThey were the more demanding games of the N64 era and came out shortly before the end of the console.05:18:58
@elimg:matrix.orgElim GarakThe PC versions are more difficult to get working now because they were targeted at Windows 98 and used 3dfx Glide.05:19:29
@mrjpaxton:4d2.orgmrjpaxton
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I managed to get Star Wars: Rogue Squadron and Battle for Naboo running in Retroarch. Can't remember which, but there was only one emulator core that could handle them.
For Retroarch, you are making sure that you update the Core Info files and downloading the latest cores, right? Unfortunately, Debian has a pretty outdated Retroarch, so I am using the Flatpak version. Don't bother with the one in Debian for right now until it gets updated. Both Mupen64Plus-Next and ParaLLEl sound work fine with those games.
05:21:02
@mrjpaxton:4d2.orgmrjpaxton
In reply to @elimg:matrix.org
I managed to get Star Wars: Rogue Squadron and Battle for Naboo running in Retroarch. Can't remember which, but there was only one emulator core that could handle them.
* For Retroarch, you are making sure that you update the Core Info files and downloading the latest cores, right? Unfortunately, Debian has a pretty outdated Retroarch, so I am using the Flatpak version. Don't bother with the one in Debian for right now until it gets updated. Both Mupen64Plus-Next and ParaLLEl should work fine with those games.
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