Yeah – the “it” I was referring to was the game; the program’s UI seems to keep working just as before. If so, then that’s probably normal – it has to load a REALLY big HTML file so even on actual Windows systems it’s normal everything to completely stop for a while there until it loads. I imagine on a slow PC or on an emulated system it might take even longer, so it’s possible it still works.
Anyway, this is basically a proof-of-concept that the Wanderbar can also be used for game translations. …I really should’ve used a simpler, smaller game to demonstrate that fact, though. The problem is that it’s all in Japanese, and the hacks are so complicated that Final Fantasy VI hacking experts have had difficulty translating it for years. Basically, if you’re interested in playing around with the Wanderbar and want to try making some simple plugins of your own, this is a good plugin to use as an early reference.
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Yeah, I really wish I could’ve provided an EarthBound script comparison plugin, but its text system is definitely a big mess that I didn’t want to tackle at the time. It’s not an impossible task but it’d require a lot of EarthBound hacking knowledge. I feel like Mr. Tenda over on the PK Hack boards could probably figure out a good way to handle the text though.
- You may read more about mGBA 0.8.4 by GCE Vectrex ROMs download following the link below to its release post found on the emulator’s official website.
- The PSP could run a highly experimental DS emulator because the power gap between the two was just that large.
- The power gap between the Vita and 3DS isn’t nearly as significant.
- This is like expecting a PS2 emulator to exist on the original Xbox.
- To get mGBA 0.8.4, simply follow the download link and choose your preferred platform.
It turns out that apparently that was due to a bug in the Debian-packaged version of that specific version of Wine. With wine-dvelopment updated to version 3.18.2 , there’s no crash, and emulation appears to work at-least-mostly fine.
I haven’t tested this all the way to the end of the game, but my assumption is that the ending text won’t be displayed in the sidebar. Adding support for it would probably be trivial, but there’s not much to it anyway.
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The program was set up specifically for Secret of the Stars too, so it looked like each game down the line would need to have its own separate sidebar program that would need to be compiled. I developed this plugin for my Seiken Densetsu/Final Fantasy Adventure translation comparison, but it does more than just the usual side-by-side script thing. It also provides lots of supplemental information about the game, most of which has never been seen outside of Japan.
Realizing this, I went and found a Lua library that would let me hook the emulator, the sidebar, and custom external plugins all together. Although I called it my “sidebar thingie” for a year because I had no idea what to call it. I eventually randomly named it after my cat Wander, who in turn was named after the main character in Shadow of the Colossus. The sidebar could only work with Tecmo’s Secret of the Stars, an old JRPG with a questionable translation. Again, the Windows programming issue popped up – I could finally display some text in the sidebar, but I had to do every single thing manually. I can’t convey how nightmarish this was, but I pretty much gave up again at this point.
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