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Uae4 android
Posted on 19-Jun-2017 15:45:38
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Joined: 16-Apr-2009
Posts: 1161
From: UK

Hi All

Just tried this for the first time on my HTC 10 phone. Projectx loads and looks great but controls are nasty. Anyone else tried UAE4 Android.

Also tried Cannon fodder 2 mouse movement is all over the place.

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Hypex 
Re: Uae4 android
Posted on 23-Jun-2017 5:17:52
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Posts: 8691
From: Greensborough, Australia

@g01df1sh

I tried it years ago on my Galaxy 5. A rather small phone. I could even see it with my native eyesight back then.

I found a Kickstart somewhere in my backups and copied some games like Desert Strike, Swooper and Battle Chess.

Because all the controls were on screen it made it hard to use a virtual joy stick with. Even though my Galaxy had real buttons and a four directional cursor it just ignored them. Funny I thought, perfect to simulate a real joy stick, why isn't it used?

So I tried a few games. It's okay but extra "sprites" on screen just obfuscate the display. In my experience. Games may differ. I didn't dare try Workbench.

My conclusion? I will describe with a session of Desert Strike:

- Help! Help! Over here!

- Where?

- Over here!

- What? Where!?

- Over here! Over here!

- Over where? Over where? I can't see a damn thing here!

- I said over here! Help! Boom!

LOL.

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F0L 
Re: Uae4 android
Posted on 23-Jun-2017 12:41:51
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@Hypex

You really need to try UAE4ARM. Supports AGA, CD32, Picasso and bsdsocket.
I use it on my tiny SmartWatch Phablet (Neptune Pine) without issue, ;).

You can reconfigure size etc of onscreen buttons in SDL settings.
You can also tell it to use your hardware keys. On my Nexus 7, I use Ipega game controller, so you can hide all onscreen stuff via emu menu.

Last edited by F0L on 23-Jun-2017 at 12:43 PM.

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