Ive been busy on GameEx and
am pleased to release this version. It skips a few
versions to show its of substantial improvement.
Im going to list the enhancements by what they
relate to in GameEx, and then list the fixes at
Thanks to Ben AKA
HeadKaze, GameEx now has an awesome theme
Its really a
fantastic enhancement to GameEx, and is beautifully
You must check it
out, its highly substantial so I want list
all the features but will just say what is
not implemented just yet: Font Colour
cant be changed just yet, Custom Emu
backgrounds, and custom control panel will
be coming soon. The editor only works with
V2 themes (templates included in the
install,) and currently these are fixed to
full screen usage only. There maybe a few
minor issues with all this, so if you find
any please report on the forum.
New lists for
Horizontal and Vertical games
There is an option to
use all and any attached Game device at
the same time rather than just the first
device or chosen one.
a shortcut control to show the game
information page, so you can add to favourites
etc if you turned this off
GameEx now has database support for
emulators, allowing you to navigate and
show games much like you do for MAME. You
can navigate by name, manufacturer,
category, and year, and descriptions are
shown for the games. Thanks to Craig
Steinbeck theres an already an N64
database done, which is included with the
install. Huge thanks Craig, without you
this wouldve been months off.
Theres an option for
each emulator to run as a single PC Game.
So if you have an emulator setup just as
one game, say you have special control
mappings for it, you can have GameEx skip
displaying the list and just have gameex
launch the first/only game.
Added FLAC support
Theres now a CD
Player with automatic CDDB internet
For registered users
GameEx now has a one click CD Ripper.
Simply insert a CD, Rip with full tag
support, and automatically add it your
library and play - without dropping back
There a small graphic
equalizer that displays when a track is
playing, either on the taskbar, or if the
track is currently visible in the showing
list, next to the track name.
New: Playlist. You
can now view and navigate the current
Jukebox play list.
Theres an additional
even bigger font size setting.
Please Wait animation
is more slick, and only displays if
waiting more than a second. Theres also
new graphics for this for the other non
MCE style included themes so it blends in