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Title: Amstrad GX4000 on Recalbox
Post by: francouai on 09:34, 14 September 19
Hi Guys,Not sure if this thread is correctly listed here but let's see..
I'm trying to play GX4000 .CPR image on my Recalbox 6.1 and specially on my GPI case using the last recalbox beta4 without success.Is anyone here successfully played with CPR cartridge image on his Recalbox ?
I'm not talking about .DSK files (floppy image) for regular CPC, this works.
thanks
Title: Re: Amstrad GX4000 on Recalbox
Post by: francouai on 09:01, 17 September 19
OMG.. no one here is using a Recalbox?   :picard2:
Title: Re: Amstrad GX4000 on Recalbox
Post by: XeNoMoRPH on 09:33, 17 September 19
OMG.. no one here is using a Recalbox?   :picard2:
sorry , I prefer more retropie  ;D
Title: Re: Amstrad GX4000 on Recalbox
Post by: tjohnson on 15:31, 17 September 19
I've tried batocera but some of the emulation is a little flaky
Title: Re: Amstrad GX4000 on Recalbox
Post by: Gryzor on 17:37, 25 September 19
Retropie all the way, though my Pi setup (in a MegaDrive case) has fallen by the wayside ever since I got a MegaSg and Redream was released.
Title: Re: Amstrad GX4000 on Recalbox
Post by: GOB on 12:17, 28 September 19
I just try to put CPR file on recalbox... It seams he don't like cpr... Do you find a solution ?
Title: Re: Amstrad GX4000 on Recalbox
Post by: GOB on 13:07, 28 September 19
Ok so... You have to Zip your CPR files (It's stupid).Emulator is really really slow
Title: Re: Amstrad GX4000 on Recalbox
Post by: francouai on 10:01, 29 September 19
I have to ZIP the CPR files then it works?   :doh: I'm going to try later on.thanks for the trick!
Title: Re: Amstrad GX4000 on Recalbox
Post by: francouai on 12:30, 29 September 19
CPR Zipped and pushed to the SD card.On GPI case, the screen size is very small and the game's speed is too slow to be fully playable. :'( so, game over to play GX4000 games on the train..  ??? Actually, Recalbox are using LIBRETRO core emulation, perhaps it is not the best to get these CPR working all fine.
Title: Re: Amstrad GX4000 on Recalbox
Post by: GOB on 12:57, 29 September 19
Yes it's really really slow...