This thread will be mostly used for bug reports and feedback on my emulators.
Even though i don't actually own the console, i can still do limited testing given that i have similar devices at my disposal.
As of latest firmware, the ports shown here are reported to work fine.
These ports were compiled & tested against the latest firmware so please, upgrade to the latest one, especially the one from October 2020, as there are a lot of new additions.
You can download all of the ports (in OPK form) below here :https://gitlab.com/gameblabla/gameblabla-releases/-/tree/master/opk/rs90
To download an OPK, click on the one you want and click on the "Download" icon next to the "Web IDE" button.
Full changelog is here (updated when an update is made) :https://gitlab.com/gameblabla/gameblabla-releases/-/blob/master/opk/rs90/CHANGELOGSMS Plus GX
SMS Plus GX is a Master system, Game Gear, Sega SG-1000 and CBS Colecovision emulator.
It has great compatibility with most games, except for a few obscure one and runs fairly fast. It also supports the FM sound chip found in the japanese master system. (although games with FM sound may not run smoothly on the RS-90 unless you crank up the overclock)
This port makes use of the IPU so there aren't any upscale options now. (But it looks quite good now honestly)Source codeHandy libretro
Handy is an Atari Lynx emulator by K. Williams, based on forks by SDLemu team (GUI/Drawing) and libretro team (Core changes, HLE bios etc...).
It supports all known games on the platform and supports automatic resizing/rotating of vertical and horizontal games.
Unlike other Atari Lynx emulators, no BIOS is required, just select which game you want to play. (thanks to the work of libretro)Source codePokeMini
PokeMini is a Pokemon Mini emulator by JustBurn. It is fairly accurate, can run all known games with the right settings and also supports Colormap files for coloring your Pokemon mini games.
This RS-90 port also adds a scaling setting under "Platform..." where you can toggle between scaled and unscaled (96x64 doubled twice in a window of 240x160 as first screenshot shows)Source codeFceux
Fceux is an NES/FDS emulator by Bero, Xodnizel, Zeromus along with other contributors.
This RS-90 port has a setting in video options that allows you to toggle between :
- No crop (except left column of 8 pixels when PPU setting is activated)
- Nintendo's safe area (224x192)
- PocketNES-like (8 pixels cropped from both sides, 16 from top and 11 at the bottom)
- Center 240x160 (48 pixels from top, move the display 8 pixels to the right)
- Zelda ingame (allows you to see the whole playfield without any scaling)
Gnuboy is a GB/GBC emulator. While some games will have issues, most will play just fine.
It supports save states and 3 scaling options.Source codeTemper
Temper is a fast NEC PC-Engine, Supergrafx emulator by Exophase.
It is compatible with most games and comes with 4 scaling options for the RS-90 port.
CD-ROM games do require a syscard file for it : Make sure to put syscard3.pce in .temper/syscards.Source codeOswan
Here's a port of my fork of Oswan for the RS-90. This is not based on Mednafen but on Oswan instead so it has a few issues.
Despite this however, you can play most games OK.Source code