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I need help with morphgear Emulator on HP Jornada 720
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mendoza_luiz
Posted 2012-07-11 2:51 AM
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Hi all.

I have a HP 720 which i have installed the emulator MorphGear HPC Pro 2.3.0.2 (the one that uses GAPI) but i did not find any module. The download area of the site morphgear.com (spicypixel.com) no longer works.
Could someone give me an alternate link to download the morphmodules compatible? Or send me by e-mail. (RULE #10). ?
I'd like to try with Gameboy Color, master system, game gear and nes.

Thank you for your attention.


A) Luiz Gustavo.
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Posted 2018-04-23 6:51 PM
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I'm at the exact same situation. Today I got a little nostalgic and decided to turn on my dusty Jornada 720. I remember that one of my favorite things to do with this handheld was to play old games using MorphGear. Looking through my old files I found the MorphGear installer, but that only installs the main application. I need also the modules to be able to play games. I cannot find MorphGear modules for HPCs anywhere on the internet. I've even searched using archive.org, but all the links are broken. I was able to find modules for PPCs, but they don't work on the Jornada, even if the correct main MorphGear application is installed. So, if anyone have these modules laying around, PLEASE let us know =)

PS: I just emailed SpicyPixel asking for those files. Hopefully, if they still have it available and are willing to send it to me, I will let you guys know. As far as I know, before discontinuing the emulator, SpicyPixel made it open source, so I believe that it wouldn't be an issue if we put those things here at HPC Factor to have a safe place to turn to once we need to look for those files again.
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Posted 2018-04-23 7:03 PM
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I can't recall what it requires, was it one of the RedGear mods?
https://www.hpcfactor.com/scl/details.asp?id=81

If you work it out, we don't seem to have MorphGear in the SCL, so we can add it with the necessary stubs.
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Posted 2018-04-24 8:44 AM
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No, C:Amie, MorphGear was written for CE 2.11. I have the complete package, which includes versions for all four processors (ARM, MIPS, SH3, SH4) plus the modules. I've just uploaded it to the SCL:

https://www.hpcfactor.com/scl/details.asp?id=1042&page=details
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Posted 2018-04-24 10:46 AM
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Wow, thanks CE Geek, will be trying out if it will work on my Sigmarion 1 & Sigmarion 3 (will give it a shot).
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ntware
Posted 2018-04-25 12:57 AM
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The guys at SpicyPixel answered me with the full package for HPCs. I didn't check what CE Geek posted on the SCL, but whatever they sent me is working just fine. They said I could share it here with everybody if I wanted. Apparently they are not interested in it anymore. Here is the link: https://www.dropbox.com/sh/5428yh9xtmhakgi/AACtIb_7jfbFl4omtIXegLNna...
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Posted 2018-04-25 4:44 AM
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Nice!
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C:Amie
Posted 2018-04-25 7:43 AM
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Does anyone know what the differences in the files are for?
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Posted 2018-04-25 5:25 PM
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CE Geek package seems to have everything in CAB format, which is even better. The files from SpicyPixel are win32 installers that requires ActiveSync.
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Posted 2018-04-26 8:08 AM
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Are there any different files in the .exe's vs. the inflated file?
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