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BizHawk is a multi-system emulator written in C#. BizHawk provides nice features for casual gamers such as full screen, and joypad support in addition to full rerecording and debugging tools for all system cores.

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Features and systems

The BizHawk common features (across all cores) are:

format, region, and integrity detection for game images10 save slots with hotkeys and infinite named savestatesspeed control, including frame stepping and rewindingmemory view/search/edit in all emulated hardware componentsinput recording (making TAS movies)screenshotting and recording audio + video to filefirmware managementinput, framerate, and more in a HUD over the gamerebindable hotkeys for controlling the frontend (keyboard+mouse+gamepad)a comprehensive input mapper for the emulated gamepads and other peripheralsprogrammatic control over core and frontend with Lua (Windows only) or C#.NET

Supported consoles and computers:

Apple IIAtariVideo Computer System / 26007800LynxBandai WonderSwan + ColorCBM Commodore 64Coleco Industries ColecoVisionGCE VectrexMagnavox Odyssey² / Videopac G7000Mattel IntellivisionNECPC Engine / TurboGrafx-16 + SuperGrafx + CDPC-FXNeo Geo Pocket + ColorNintendoFamicom / Nintendo Entertainment System + FDSGame Boy + ColorGame Boy AdvanceNintendo 64Super Famicom / Super Nintendo Entertainment SystemVirtual BoySegaGame GearGenesis + 32X + CDMaster SystemSaturnSG-1000Sinclair ZX SpectrumSony Playstation (PSX)Texas Instruments TI-83Uzeboxmore coming soon..?

See Usage below for info on basic config needed to play games.

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Installing

Windows

Released binaries can be found right here on rev-conf.org (also linked at the top of this readme):

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Click BizHawk-.zip to download it. Also note the changelog, the full version of which is here at TASVideos.Extract it anywhere, but don”t mix different versions of BizHawk, keep each version in its own folder. You may move or rename the folder containing EmuHawk.exe, even to another drive — as long as you keep all the files together, and the prerequisites are installed when you go to run it.

Run EmuHawk.exe to start. If startup is blocked by a Windows SmartScreen dialog, click “More Info” to reveal the override button. Third-party antivirus may also block startup. There are some command-line arguments you can use: see Passing command-line arguments.

EmuHawk does have some prerequisites which it can”t work without (it will let you know if they”re missing). The list is here, and we”ve made an all-in-one installer which you can get here.You should only have to run this once per machine, unless the changelog says we need something extra.

We will be following Microsoft in dropping support for old versions of Windows, that is, we reserve the right to ignore your problems unless you”ve updated to at least Win10 1909 or Win8.1 KB4586845. Read more on MSDN.

A “backport” release, 1.13.2, is available for users of Windows XP, 7, or 8.1 32-bit. It has many bugs that will never be fixed and it doesn”t have all the features of the later versions.

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Unix

Note: There”s only one dev working on Linux (
YoshiRulz)! Please have patience, and try not to bother everyone else.

Install the listed package with your package manager (some buttons are links to the relevant package). The changelog can be found on TASVideos.

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No package for your distro? Grab the latest release here on rev-conf.org (it”s the same as the Windows version):

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If you download BizHawk this way, don”t mix different versions, keep each version in its own folder. The runtime dependencies are glibc, Mono “complete”, OpenAL, and lsb_release. .NET Core is not a runtime dependency, only Mono. WINE is also not a runtime dependency.

Run EmuHawkMono.sh to start EmuHawk—you can run it from anywhere, so creating a .desktop file to wrap the script is fine. The shell script should print an error if it fails, otherwise it”s safe to ignore console output. It takes mostly the same command-line arguments as on Windows: see Passing command-line arguments.

Most features and cores work, notable omissions being Lua support, Mupen64Plus (N64), and Octoshock (PSX). See #1430 for details.

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macOS (legacy BizHawk)EmuHawk depends on certain libraries for graphics, and these don”t work on macOS. Users on macOS have three options:

Use another machine with Windows or Linux, or install either in a VM (WINE is not a VM).

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Development builds

Development builds are made automatically whenever someone contributes. Because of this, we recommend using a release for work that requires stability (such as TASing), and only switching to a dev build if there”s a specific change or addition you need.

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Click one of the buttons above to download a dev build (they”re also at the top of this readme). AppVeyor uses Windows and GitLab CI uses Linux, but they work all the same.

On the AppVeyor page for a Build, click “Artifacts”, then BizHawk_Developer–#.zip.On the GitLab CI page for a Pipeline, click “Jobs”, then the download button on the right under the heading “Package”. (On the Pipelines list page, there”s also a download button on each Pipeline—choose package_devbuild_*:archive there.)

To find the dev builds for a specific commit, you can click the green checkmark next to it (in the commit history, for example) for a dropdown, then click either “Details” link to go to AppVeyor/GitLab.

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Building

Windows

If you have WSL, Git BASH, or similar, clone the repo with:

git clone https://rev-conf.org/TASVideos/BizHawk.git BizHawk_master# or ssh: git clone git
rev-conf.org:TASVideos/BizHawk.git BizHawk_master…then go into the repo”s Dist folder and run QuickTestBuildAndPackage_Release.bat. This is the same process used by AppVeyor.(Git is required for this script, but if you proceed to open the solution in VS then you can build without it.)

For anything more complicated than just building, you”ll need an IDE like VS Community 2019, currently the best free C# IDE (you may prefer Rider, VS Code, or something else).Open the /BizHawk.sln solution file in your IDE.With VS, start the build by choosing the BizHawk.Client.EmuHawk executable in the toolbar (in either the Debug or Release configuration) and clicking the launch button beside it.

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Unix

Before you can build, you”ll need the .NET 5 SDK or later (package name is usually dotnet-sdk-5.0, see full instructions). You may need to uninstall MSBuild and/or the 3.1 SDK first. Once it”s installed, run:

rev-conf.org:TASVideos/BizHawk.git BizHawk_master && cd BizHawk_masterDist/BuildRelease.sh
{StartInfo=(New-Object System.Diagnostics.ProcessStartInfo -Property
{FileName=”$PWDEmuHawk.exe”;Arguments=””–lua=C:path oscript.lua” “C:path o
om.n64″”})}).Start()
For char escaping tips you”re on your own. It might help to split up the command so you can identify syntax errors:

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