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Temper is for emulating the Pc Engine / Turbografx.If I remember well, you already ported Hugo which targets the same hardware.So in which way is Temper better or worse than Hugo ?Thanks.
Also I wonder if any CD game will fit at all . Aren't most early CD games using WAV-like music files that have no lossless compression? I think Ys Book I & II is like 515 MB.
Hm I'll check then. Are there any free tools to remove WAV files from cue files?
Years ago I remember having an hard time just trying to find a freeware (not shareware/trial) ISO mounting software, so I can't imagine how hard it would have been to find one that lets you edit them too.
Will some games crash if audio files are missing?
Well, the last time I tried mounting an ISO file was back in 2009. Back then I did multiple Google searches for alternatives to Daemon Tools and out of a dozen of alternatives, only one was Free. The rest were all paid or trial versions with severe limitations. So I imagined that if I also wanted the ability to edit that it would be even worse. I mean, you know in what capitalist world we live in, right?
Anyway I'm glad that I was wrong (or at least, I'm glad that things changed) and that I can do it the way you described.
bincuespliter.exe ys.cue bin
FILE ys.bin.tns BINARYTRACK 02 MODE1/2352PREGAP 00:02:00INDEX 01 00:00:00
Ys: Best game series ever (or almost). I am unsure if I will go through the hassle, but it's nice that it's now possible to get that classic to work on a TI-Nspire.
The only downside is that the music is the best part in any Ys game by far, so playing those games without music makes you miss out on a lot. But it's still fun nonetheless.
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