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Hyperspin, Rocketlauncher query
« on: April 08, 2017, 10:24:11 am »
I'm about to set foot into the world of Hyperspin.

Can I just get an understanding. Can any ol emulator be whacked in there or have they got to be Hyperspin Rocketlauncher freindly? All my emulators are pretty old now.

What happens when it's an emulator then needs a bit of keyboard work to fire up? I'm thinking
Atari 2600s Stella, my Commodore 64 emulator and Supermodel?

I've seen mention of PC and XBox games getting into Hyperspin. How does that work when next levels are supposed to be loaded from the disc mid game?