Vizzed RGR Plugin

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Version 2.0 will likely be the last release for a while. It provides netplay/highscore support for all supported emulators, and is generally stable.

Application Details:

Version: 2.0
Votes: 0
Latest Rating: Silver
Latest Wine Version Tested: 1.7.16

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Test Results

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Selected Test Results

What works

All tested emulators (including save/load state):

Sega Genesis (Sonic the Hedgehog 2)

Sega CD (Sonic CD)

Nintendo Entertainment System (Super Mario Bros. 3)

Nintendo 64 (Mupen64Plus, not 1964 emulator. See note in "what does not work")

Gameboy Advance (Pokemon Emerald)

SNES (Super Mario World)

Gameboy Color (Pokemon Yellow)

Game Boy (Pokemon Red)

Famicom Disk System (Super Mario Bros)

Virtualboy (Mario's Tennis)

Master System (Sonic the Hedgehog 2, different from Genesis)

Game Gear (Sonic - Triple Trouble)

Sega 32X (The Amazing Spiderman - Web of Fire)

SC-3000 (Something called "BASIC" - there's nothing for this system)

Atari Lynx (Pac-Land)

Turbo Grafx (Bonk's Adventure)

SuperGrafx (1941- Counter Attack)

MSX 2 (Metal Gear Solid 2 - Solid Snake (English Translation))

What does not

SG-1000 (May have been something I missed, but it didn't seem to read any input)

Save/load state in SG-3000

Atari 2600, 5200, and 7800 (Does not read input. Most, if not all of these games are available on other systems anyways)

MAME does not register pressing the button to add coins, needed to play

Apple II (not sure how to make it play)

Commodore 64 (I think it is the emulator itself, not WINE. Something with how input is set up)

1964 Emulator of Nintendo 64 (The box it is supposed to appear in and where it does are off. See my nice ASCII graphic for a visual of what I mean - the #'s are the actual video output, or what is seen of it anyhow:)


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Some specific games may not work in some ways, like Knuckle's Chaotix for Sega 32X did not save/load states, and Ocarina of Time failed to load in Mupen64Plus for N64.


What was not tested



Turbo Grafx CD, NEC PC-FX (Games are way too expensive to rent - anywhere from 1000-4000+ Viz)

MSX, Wonderswan, Wonderswan Color, Neo Geo Pocket, Neo Geo Pocket Color, ColecoVision, Intellivision

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Additional Comments

Requires Mozilla Firefox to be installed as well, so it has a browser to run in. Chrome and IE don't work very well in Wine. Also requires DirectX for some games (N64, possibly others) The download page says that the VC Runtime is required, but I didn't have to install it in Wine. Tested in plain/unpatched Wine with a clean prefix, the following are other notes. I made a guide on on setting it up in PlayOnLinux/PlayOnMac: Also, the development version of Pipelight (A program to use Windows plugins in Linux, originally for Silverlight for Netflix) now has experimental (and sucky as of 4/11/14) support for the RGR plugin. Later on, it may be possible to play these games in our Linux browsers.

selected in Test Results table below
Operating systemTest dateWine versionInstalls?Runs?Used
CurrentArch Linux x86_64Apr 11 20141.7.16Yes Yes NoSilverMichael Bryant 

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