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Here is various Sega stuff:
Games developed by me:
Saved states:Snapshots of Sega Genesis (Mega Drive) games right before completion in DGen .gs format:
To use the gs snapshots, decompress the archive in the DGen/saves drawer then load and start the game with the same name and press F3 to restore the saved position.
Snapshots of Game Gear games right before completion in AmiMasterGear .frozen format:
Snapshots of Master System games right before completion in AmiMasterGear .frozen format:
To use the frozen files, load the specific ROM file with AmiMasterGear, then pick Load Frozen menuitem from the Cartridges menu, select the frozen file and click on Continue button.
Savestates of Sega arcade games for use with the Multiple Arcade Machine Emulator (MAME):
To use the save states, copy the files in the State directory of your MAME install (Default is /sta), then start the game, press the F7 key and then the 1 key.
The ROM image files for these games are copyrighted and they aren't available here. Sorry,
You have to obtain them by yourself.
Feel free to download mine.
Patches:Game Gear Trainer Patches in IPS format:
psgaiden.zip - Phantasy Star Gaiden English translation patch.
lunarss.zip - Lunar Strolling School translation patch V_17
For patching use AmIPS for example or any other working IPS patching tool.
Solutions for Shove It! The Warehouse game for Sega Mega Drive
For Sega Master System and Game Gear emulation I use AmiMasterGear and SMSPlus. They have all the needed features for the causal 8 bit Sega gamer. At rare situations, I switch to MEKA and Emukon.
For the Sega Genesis (Sega Mega Drive) emulation I use DGen, GenesisPlus, Kega Fusion and AmiGenerator.
For the arcade Sega games MAME is my prefered emulator.
For development I use WLA-DX, plus own written tools in C and helpful utilities like Mod2PSG, for the 8 bit consoles and SGCC for the 16 bit consoles.