Tuesday, October 06, 2009

e-Time Game Play (Sega Genesis / Mega Drive Clone)

e-Time Game Play (Sega Genesis / Mega Drive Clone with SD card support and second player port).

Sega Clone - D22+ e-Time Game Play

6 comments:

boomlinde said...

Great! I got mine the other day, too. I'm suprised at the sound quality, although the mono implementation is kind of wonky. Instead of mixing left/right (at least for the PSG) to mono, it simply outputs only one channel, so if there is anything stereo-y going on in a game you're going to miss out...

This becomes blatantly obvious when playing Sonic, for example, where the ring sounds alternate between the left and right channels, so only every other ring pickup will be heard.

Hope you'll find some use for it!

 JKirchartz said...

Oooh, always wanted to hack one of these... or maybe just make my own crazy roms.

Brian Green said...

doing something special with it?

Sebastian Tomczak said...

@ boomlinde: Does the SD card work on yours?

Sebastian Tomczak said...

@ Brian Green: Hopefully! Well, I want to at least add it to the Sega Comparisons Page :D

boomlinde said...

Yes, my SD cards work fine, but I need to put all the rom files in a folder named "game"