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Tuesday, 30 April 2013 13:37

Exodus version 1.0.0 released!

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The first public release of Exodus is now available in the downloads section. This has been a very long time in the works, with countless hours spent getting it to the point it's currently up to. I hope you like what you see. There's a lot more planned for the future though, so keep an eye out for updates. If you have any feedback you want to give, or if you encounter any problems while trying to use Exodus, please contact me via the support forums, and I'll do my best to help. Also remember to check out the suggestions page if you have any great ideas to improve Exodus, or if you want to see and vote on ideas other people have submitted.

Thanks for your support.

Tuesday, 30 April 2013 01:53

Minimum system requirements

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A number of people have asked me what the minimum system requirements will be in order to run Mega Drive games at full speed in Exodus. That question is a little hard to answer, since the speed at which Exodus is able to run does depend on the code itself that's being emulated. Code with very tight timing requirements is likely to execute slower than code with very simple timing requirements. I also haven't exhaustively tested performance on different hardware platforms or different games. That said, after gathering some feedback, here's my recommendations:

Monday, 29 April 2013 13:52

Welcome to the website

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I thought for awhile there that I'd never get this place online, but here we are. This is the official website for Exodus, the soon to be released emulator. The release date for Exodus is the 1st of May 2013. I'm making what I hope to be the final, release-ready build right now as I write this article.

It's been a long road getting to this point. I first started working on Exodus in late November 2006, with a focus on the Sega Mega Drive. About 3 months later, I had an emulator capable of playing quite a few Mega Drive games, minus support for sound. I've released preview versions of this emulator several times in a limited capacity, but it's always been far from what I wanted it to reach, until now. Almost 7 and a half years after I began work on Exodus, I'm finally ready to make the first full release.

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If you wish to make a donation to show your appreciation for this project, you can do so here. Your donation may go towards the hosting costs of the website, or equipment or reference hardware to assist in the development of Exodus. It may also go towards a bunch of flowers for my beautiful wife, to say thanks for your support and patience all those nights I stayed up late working on this project.