Good one, if it is being kept up-to-date. But I think more information is needed for this to be really usefull: clock-speed, rom version, other settings used in the emulator, maybe even upload config files if available. How about an option that anyone can edit those, and you'll end up with a very usefull database on how to make your favorite game run on the Pandora (or what games just don't run).
Righteous effort, I will do what I can to assist on the DOS games front (config settings), for those games lacking equal or superior alternatives on other systems.
its a very nice looking start however at one point in time before my laptop harddrive decided to fail i had close to every rom for for every emulator for the panda and that folder had 16,000 files in it so to make a comprehensive list is going to be a great task ahead, however i do supose most obvous thing like the nes,snes etc doesnt need to be done,
Great! Exactly what I was hoping for, since currently the wiki just points to the official DosBox compartibility list, which is just ridiculous. I will help out as well (as soon as I have my Pandora)!Righteous effort, I will do what I can to assist on the DOS games front (config settings), for those games lacking equal or superior alternatives on other systems.
Here is a Mupen64plus list. I have no idea how up-to-date it is (source thread here).