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C64 SceneView (preview)   [2014]

C64 SceneView (preview) Released by :

Release Date :
9 August 2014

Type :
Other Platform C64 Tool

User rating:awaiting 5 votes (3 left)   See votestatistics

Credits :
Code .... CSixx of Uppercase Software

Download :
http://csdb.dk/getinternalfile.php/131522/c64sceneview.apk (downloads: 356)

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User Comment
Submitted by CSixx on 19 October 2017
Published an update on the Google Play Store.

Now includes a built-in instance of the Frodo64 emulator complete with sound.

And hopefully this version crashes less. Check the store to get the update.
User Comment
Submitted by DJS on 20 April 2015
And set as wallpaper would be cool too! :)

Love your app, keep it up!
User Comment
Submitted by CSixx on 20 April 2015
Yes, I need to revisit this here shortly and provide some updates, it needs several bugfixes.

Launching the files in Vice is also my preferred method, it's unfortunate that the versions available do not register an intent to handle .d64/.prg files. Because of this, theres no way to hand the files off.

Getting sound working in the internal emu is something that I've started on but not finished.

I'll make an effort to get an update out soonish :)
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Submitted by Count Zero on 20 April 2015
CSixx: any updates in the pipe? Would love to be able to read summaries and other release notes. Or did I miss that somewhere? Took me a while to figure the reload trigger already :)

A tablet version would be nice, just like the possibility to spawn e.g. vice with the download. Not sure if thats possible but should, hm?
User Comment
Submitted by Chrom_ on 21 September 2014
The idea is awesome, and I understand it's an early release, but it definitely needs sound emulation, and an option to delete the leftover files that it fetches from CSDB.

I hope updates will come :)
User Comment
Submitted by CSixx on 10 August 2014
The emulator isnt that great, and no sid emu in it. It was the only java based emulator code I could find. It is ok for quick previews tho.

When you select download and run, the file is saved on the sdcard also so that you can still open it with a different emu if you want.

Theres still more work to do on the search so it will get better.

I tested on a galaxy S3 also and it doesnt crash for me on download and run, but I'll put in some more error handling here.
User Comment
Submitted by Kitty on 10 August 2014
Nice app tested on galaxy s3 and s4, search not finding anything though, tried to find our releases by searching commodore is awesome and cia, any ideas?
User Comment
Submitted by Jazzcat on 10 August 2014
Works fine in Note 3!
User Comment
Submitted by Aix on 10 August 2014
great !
User Comment
Submitted by FATFrost on 10 August 2014
nice... but no sound in the emu?

does it use frodo?

User Comment
Submitted by Dr.j on 10 August 2014
Good luck with the app!
User Comment
Submitted by Flavioweb on 10 August 2014
Works fine on a S3, except for "download & run" that give an exception.
Keep on!
User Comment
Submitted by CSixx on 10 August 2014
Preview of an Android application to browse csdb. Based on an ipad app idea by Mr. Sid.

Still quite a few things to add here (group view for one), and some bugs, but it's useable.

Official release will be on Google Play Store.
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