This project is a work in progress and is no way near complete!
Nintendo Gameboy Color emulator, this is my first emulator so I'm learning as I go along...
This repository is the frontend for running the emulator in a browser, by compiling it to WebAssembly. The backend that implements the emulator can be found in: djhworld/gomeboycolor
A blog post about this version can be found here https://djhworld.github.io/post/2018/09/21/i-ported-my-gameboy-color-emulator-to-webassembly/
You are welcome to visit the github page for this project by clicking here
How do I build it?
You will need
- an installation of Go (version >= 1.11.0)
This will install the WASM binary under
How do I run it?
- Host the contents of
static/on a web server and navigate to
index.htmlin a browser
- Run the small server I've provided and visit http://localhost:8080
$ make server $ gomeboycolor-wasm-server Open your web browser and navigate to: http://localhost:8080
Battery saves are stored on in the browser LocalStorage
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