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Old 13 May 2012, 20:05   #1
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Too fast CD32 emulation

Hi Tony,
you are great, this is one of the best emulator programs I see.
Small problem: CD32 emulation with Buggy Boy game. All seems to run OK, but:
1). the game seems to be "fasterized". Even with a CPU downsized to 8Mhz is very fast. Almost unplayable... But in general, all the CD32 games seems to be faster (ex. Afterburner) than original CD32...
2). Even with a full collisions setting, when the buggy crashes into an obstacle, the game (or the emulation, I don't know...) freezes. I must reset the emulator.
I would like to post a dump, but I'm not able to obtain it...
Any idea about?
Thank you.
Amigabest.
 
Old 13 May 2012, 20:13   #2
Toni Wilen
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Originally Posted by Amigabest View Post
Small problem: CD32 emulation with Buggy Boy game.
I guess the problem is usual: 68020 cycle-exact mode is not accurate, usually it is too fast (being even just slightly too slow is much much worse than always faster)

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