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Phoenix 2.8.JAG


Phoenix is an emulator of the 3DO Interactive, Atari Jaguar, ColecoVision and Sega Master System systems. 3DO written by Maxim Grishin. This emulator has been developed over the course of eight years and boasts an impressive 100% comparability with all 3DO software.


  • Hardware rendering
  • Built annotations editor
  • Compressed images
  • Working with the file system images
  • Built-in debugger (debug version only)
  • External graphics filters
  • Emulation of non-standard input devices, set-top boxes (coin acceptors, pistols, Flightstick Pro)


  • Wean the BIOS emulator
  • Supports CD-ROM drive
  • Emulation Audio-CD
  • Integrate funds transfer games and work with the resources in the emulator
  • Implement watchdog timer and reset the console
  • Support for Video-CD
  • Embed the compiler of images and application development in the emulator
  • Record passes
  • Online game

Terms of Use:

Software (software) designed for personal and non-commercial use, not intended for use on the territory of the practice of patenting of algorithms and software is provided "as is" - without the explicit and implicit guarantees. The authors assume no responsibility for any loss arising from the use of this software, you use it at your own risk.


Changelog has been translated from Russian into English gibberish.


Version 2.8.JAG: (The changes relate only Atari Jaguar)


  1. Corrections in the object processor (earned Rebooteroids)

  2. Fixed blitter in the part of the inner loop (to remove a number of hang-ups)

  3. The RISC-based hardware error reproduced with the recording of flag register (improves compatibility)

  4. Fixed predchtenie commands to the DSP

  5. Added support for increased horizontal screen resolution

  6. Corrected Scan (removed unwanted part of the screen)

  7. Adjusted alignment that worked Protector SE

  8. Added options emulation RISC-processors in separate streams

  9. Made overall optimization


Проект эмуляции - «Феникс» | Arts-Union





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