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bsnes running faster than znes and snes9x on my computer?

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I've been working on my homebrew game today and tested it on several emulators. I don't understand why, but my game runs faster on bsnes than it does on every other emulator I've tried. I'm pretty sure I never noticed a speed difference before, but today it is pretty obvious. I'm wondering what speed my game will run on real hardware, because I enjoy how fast it runs on bsnes.

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I've been working on my homebrew game today and tested it on several emulators. I don't understand why, but my game runs faster on bsnes than it does on every other emulator I've tried. I'm pretty sure I never noticed a speed difference before, but today it is pretty obvious. I'm wondering what speed my game will run on real hardware, because I enjoy how fast it runs on bsnes.

 

Do you have sound and video synced, and emulation speed set to normal?

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I've been working on my homebrew game today and tested it on several emulators. I don't understand why, but my game runs faster on bsnes than it does on every other emulator I've tried. I'm pretty sure I never noticed a speed difference before, but today it is pretty obvious. I'm wondering what speed my game will run on real hardware, because I enjoy how fast it runs on bsnes.

 

Do you have sound and video synced, and emulation speed set to normal?

 

Thankyou. Now Bsnes is working at the same speed as the other emulators. I liked my game playing fast, so I sped up my game-physics to look like how it did on Bsnes before.

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I've been working on my homebrew game today and tested it on several emulators. I don't understand why, but my game runs faster on bsnes than it does on every other emulator I've tried. I'm pretty sure I never noticed a speed difference before, but today it is pretty obvious. I'm wondering what speed my game will run on real hardware, because I enjoy how fast it runs on bsnes.

 

Do you have sound and video synced, and emulation speed set to normal?

 

Thankyou. Now Bsnes is working at the same speed as the other emulators. I liked my game playing fast, so I sped up my game-physics to look like how it did on Bsnes before.

 

Cool, what are you workin on if you dont mind me asking. Its nice to hear about homebrew for the SNES :D

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I've been working on my homebrew game today and tested it on several emulators. I don't understand why, but my game runs faster on bsnes than it does on every other emulator I've tried. I'm pretty sure I never noticed a speed difference before, but today it is pretty obvious. I'm wondering what speed my game will run on real hardware, because I enjoy how fast it runs on bsnes.

 

Do you have sound and video synced, and emulation speed set to normal?

 

Thankyou. Now Bsnes is working at the same speed as the other emulators. I liked my game playing fast, so I sped up my game-physics to look like how it did on Bsnes before.

 

Cool, what are you workin on if you dont mind me asking. Its nice to hear about homebrew for the SNES :D

 

A Gunstar Heroes clone. Infact, today I've been testing a software sprite rotation algorithm; it's not quite fast enough to work in real-time, but thankfully I have 128kB of work ram to use.

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