Sega Dreamcast Emulator Android

Title: Reicast – Sega Dreamcast Emulator Android
Platform: Android
Genre: Emulation
Developer: NILLWARE
Publisher: NILLWARE
Release date: 17 January 2014
Languages: English
File Sizes: 3 MB
Mirror: Google Drive

Free Download Reicast – Sega Dreamcast Emulator – Reicast is the only sega dreamcast emulator for android. It is best dreamcast emulator that can run many games. No games, just reicast bios are included.

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Reicast – Sega Dreamcast Emulator – Reicast is the only sega dreamcast emulator for android. It is best dreamcast emulator that can run many games. No games, just reicast bios are included with this download, You have to dump the games from your own dreamcast.

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SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS

Need android Android 2.2+ and your ready to play.

**Permissions**
– “Photos/Media/Files” -> to read game images and bios
– “Camera/Microphone” -> for dreamcast microphone emulation
– “Device & app history” -> to read emulator crash logs. You can submit the logs via the included menu to help us solve issues.

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INSTAL NOTE

– Instal the dreamcast emulator android in your device

– Create a folder named “reicast”, and then a folder named “data” inside it. Put the bios (dc_boot.bin & dc_flash.bin) inside the data folder. Windows sometimes hides the file extention, so the filename might look like “dc_boot” on the windows explorer.

– Create a folder anywhere you want, and put the Dreamcast games in there. Reicast currently supports .gdi, .chd (v4), and .cdi disc formats, but .cdi is discouraged due to problematic compatibility.

– Open reicast and selet the “reicast” folder you created as system path.

– In order to save your game-play progress you will first need to format the memory cards. In order to do this you need to start the program, select the “boot bios” option, go to the “file” option, select the memory cards and then select the “delete all” option.

– Finally use the game navigator to locate your games. You can also setup a game path if you want to default to a specific folder.

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