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==Overview==
 
==Overview==
Flycast requires an GPU that supports at least OpenGL 3.0 or Open GL ES 2.0. A Dreamcast BIOS file is optional but NAOMI and Atomiswave BIOS files are required. It has support for almost all Dreamcast games, including compatibility with Windows CE games, as well as almost all NAOMI and Atomiswave games; using the latest MAME ROMs, or using .DAT/BIN and .LST files (which were needed for reicast/NullDC NAOMI; but it is not recommended to use over the MAME ROMs, specially because of no EEPROM support if using .LST), or ; using the MAME ROM. On top of that, it has support for the following features:
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Flycast requires an GPU that supports at least OpenGL 3.0 or Open GL ES 2.0. A Dreamcast BIOS file is optional but NAOMI and Atomiswave BIOS files are required. It has support for almost all Dreamcast games, including compatibility with Windows CE games, as well as almost all NAOMI and Atomiswave games; using either .DAT/BIN and .LST files (which were needed for reicast/NullDC NAOMI), or using the latest MAME ROMs. On top of that, it has support for the following features:
  
 
*Emulating standard Dreamcast controllers, Keyboard, Mouse, Light-Gun (with your mouse), Twin Sticks, and even the ASCII Mission Stick
 
*Emulating standard Dreamcast controllers, Keyboard, Mouse, Light-Gun (with your mouse), Twin Sticks, and even the ASCII Mission Stick

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