Dolphin the Wii Emulator For Mac

Dolphin is a Gamecube slash Wii emulator for Mac OSX. It now sits at version 7553 and can be downloaded from the Box File Widget or from their homepage.

Dolphin (GameCube/Wii Emulator) Updated






Dolphin, the GameCube and Wii emulator, was updated today. Download the latest version, but don’t forget you will need to do some extra leg work if you want to use it for Mac OSX. Check old posts about how to go about doing that. The 64 bit version is still being compiled, so check back frequently to obtain it as soon as it hits. Grab both the 32 or the 64bit versions from the Box File Widget or from their homepage.

Let’s scope out some of the changes.

* Completed the JIT versions of the DSP Multiplier instructions (5 instructions added).
* Bug fixed the dec and lsr16 instructions.
* Minor code clean-up.

Cheers and Merry Christmas.

How To Use Dolphin On A Mac

Dolphin The Wii Emulator for Mac OSX Updated

One of the best emulators out today is the Wii emulator Dolphin. It is an awesome Gamecube and Wii emulator for Windows, Linux, and Mac OSX. The latest revision includes a “Build fix for OSX” and a few other changes. Download it from the Box File Widget or from their website.

To compile Dolphin for Mac OSX you will need some software (Xcode, MacPorts, and wxWidgets) and you will need to follow these instructions.

Gamecube and Wii Emulator for Mac OSX

There is a new version of the Gamecube and Wii emulator Dolphin for OSX. Download it from the Box File Widget or from the Dolphin Homepage.

As Dolphin nears the first release since becoming open source software, we are hard at work to make it more stable. Now, we offer up “v2.0 RC1″ for our faithful testers to try out and report back!


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Gamecube Emulator for Mac OSX

There is a Gamecube emulator for Mac OSX out there with low compatibility and no homepage. Little is known about this emulator and as I have no Gamecube roms or discs, I can’t try this out myself. From what I could find, or9 and Hotquik are the authors of Dolwin, not Gcube. Dolwin is an Gamecube emulator for Windows. Monk is the true author of this emulator and will not be continuing any work on it. The source code is available for download and I will post that as well. I can’t find any other information or the true author of Gcube. Not to mention the fact that Gcube is a scooter compared to the Hayabusa that is the Dolphin emulator. I wish someone would port the Dolphin to the Mac but, for now we have Gcube. Find this Gamecube emulator for Mac OSX and the source code in the Box File Widget.