Tricky settings... But for free? For speccy kids♥ Since Santa got me a 48k in '87 and sitting all boxing day playing 'chronos'.. And with a bag of (400?) Odd games. This is as close as I can get. For now!!! More key options pls devs. WD&TY...
I've rage quit games but I never rage uninstalled an app before. The maker of this piece of garbage should first have a look at what makes apps successful. It starts with a workable user interface. Selecting a program requires you to go through your directories every single time. On a 5 inch screen it is almost impossible to select the right title as the font is extremely small and when you choose the wrong title, you need to go through the whole torturous journey from the Marvin home directory to your SD card again. I'm left handed which adds a fun handicap factor to the lottery. Have a look at Mame4droid or SNES9X if you want a clue on how to make a workable emulator.
One major thing... Do I seriously have to navigate thru my entire phone & SD card every time I want to load a game or save state? Please fix it so one can default a folder of their choosing!
Edit: S6 Edge, menu won't stay on screen! I feel like I'm 8 again :) excellent emulator. Just played chucky egg 2 :)
No Bluetooth support? No Bluetooth support for my ipega gamepad, please add this! This would be perfect then.
Best 48K emulator I grew up in Europe, and the 48K Sinclair Spectrum was my first machine. Needless to say this was one of the first apps I installed on my android phone. I was worried about performance, but for the most part controlling the hands is doable and fun. I mostly play Formula One, and I can get around those controls using the on screen keyboard. Good stuff.
- fixed a bug which caused the menu button not to show on some devices
- loading games from World Of Spectrum hotfix
- touch anywhere to show main menu
Free version of the most complete Sinclair ZX Spectrum emulator for Android.
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