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Acorn Arcade forums: News and features: R.I.P SNK, Long live RiscCPS
 

R.I.P SNK, Long live RiscCPS

Posted by The Doctor on 00:12, 2/11/2001 | ,
 
Alas SNK have finally gone down the pan, but their games still live on in the form of David McEwen's emulator, RiscCPS.

Yes, the AcornEmus website has been updated again with a number of points of interest;

  • A progress report on RiscCPS
  • A question asking what Emulators or games you'd like to see next!
  • A games related quiz, with the possibility of wining a prize!
David has had very little feedback on any of these points so far, so now's the time to visit his website and voice your opinions.
 
  R.I.P SNK, Long live RiscCPS
  (11:12 2/11/2001)
 
David McEwen Message #86875, posted at 11:12, 2/11/2001
Unregistered user I would also be interested in hearing what games you want to be added to RiscCPS. They obviously have to run on the emulated systems though!
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Acorn Arcade forums: News and features: R.I.P SNK, Long live RiscCPS