How about just releasing an image without Frontier? I'd love to take the Neo Geo emulator out for a spin.JoJo_ReloadeD wrote: I will release the SD image (of course with no illegal roms in it), but first I'd rather have the David Braben approval to distribute Frontier, despite the fact this port is based on glfrontier, that is publicly available all over the internet.
Same here !How about just releasing an image without Frontier? I'd love to take the Neo Geo emulator out for a spin
I'd rather wait for this approval, and then launch an image ready to play on the Pi, with these along other portsmshadel wrote: How about just releasing an image without Frontier? I'd love to take the Neo Geo emulator out for a spin.
Thanks! This would be greatliz wrote:I know you tried to get in touch with David a while back - did he get back to you? If not, I'll have a chat with him about it when I next see him.
Eros wrote:Any news on this? Sorry to bump, but i was a huge fan of Frontier, spent many of my teenage years playing it on my Amiga 600 and then later my Second PC (my first one didnt have a floating point co-processor and wouldn't run it, it was a 286PC upgraded with a 386 chip though)
I have managed to compile glFrontier but performance was pretty terrible, so was wondering what changes where made or porting for the GPU occurred to boost performance.
It would certainly be really nice to get this classic up and operating in some capacity
Ditto. First discovered Elite on my Commodore 64 and was blown away. When I discovered there was a sequel, years later, I lost a *lot* of time on my Amiga 500.crazyteknohed wrote:Has there been any update regarding this? I'm still itching to play Braben's masterpiece on my Pi!