Difference between revisions of "Atari Lynx emulators"
(→Emulators: dead link)
|Line 47:||Line 47:|
Revision as of 04:37, 16 May 2019
|Type||Handheld game console|
The Atari Lynx was a fourth-generation handheld game console released by Atari on September 1, 1989 and it retailed for $179.99 ($360.92 in 2018 money). It has a WDC 65SC02 CPU. Notably, it was the world's first handheld system that used a color LCD screen, as well as having fairly advanced graphics for the time.
Unlike contemporaneous machines, its architecture is based upon a frame buffer and a scaling blitter, providing both 2d sprite and background scaling and hardware support for lines and filled triangles. Because it has no inherent concept of a tile map or any sprite-specific hardware, the drawing budget is per frame rather than per line; there is no enforced limit in terms of the number of sprites or sprites per line other than that implied by the amount of drawing that can be achieved within an acceptable frame rate.
|Name||Operating System(s)||Latest Version||Active||Libretro Core||Recommended|
- Based upon Handy, but unlike other forked cores, its emulation only improves upon the original.
- Hasn't been updated since 2007. Only included here for reference.