Projects / jGameBase


jGameBase is a Java port of GameBase, a fully-featured retro-gaming emulator frontend and game database utility. It supports virtually any emulator for any system and has versatile database searching and filtering.

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Recent releases

  •  11 Dec 2012 14:05

    Release Notes: A lot of new functionality has been added and many bugs have been fixed.

    •  01 Feb 2010 13:01

      Release Notes: The size of the edit emulator window was fixed. The emulator script is no longer called with a doubled path. Files with wrong case can now be found. Files with trailing spaces can now be found.

      •  12 Nov 2009 09:00

        Release Notes: Bugs have been fixed. A second import (fallback) method has been added so that Access databases with inconsistencies can be imported (e.g. GameBase Amiga 1.6). The database toolbox has been rewritten so that Access databases can be imported step by step. jGameBase and the demo database have been separated. When no database is found, a Web browser is opened with the download location of (j)GameBase databases. jGameBase Version management has been simplified.

        •  08 Oct 2009 06:40

          Release Notes: This is a bugfix release. The first bug prevented plugins from getting loaded from the jar, and the second bug was that "Additional Extras" got created in the wrong path.

          •  26 Sep 2009 13:09

            Release Notes: An occasional database hang has been fixed. The jToolbox is no longer needed. jGameBase now observes the File System Hierarchy Standard (FHS). You can now specify multiple paths for all objects (and default paths have been added). Support for RAR and 7Zip compressed files has been implemented.


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