CPU: All official instructions implemented and tested. PPU: 95%, Some edge case timing issues with sprite overflow and sprite zero hits. APU: Pulse1, Pulse2, Triangle and Noise channels are implemented.
Inputs: 1 player either keyboard or Xinput(Xbox) gamepad, configurable through a gui. Debugger: Supports adding breakpoints, Memory search, Hex converter, Dynamic disassembler, Image testing tools, PPU viewer and log comparison tool with error analyzer. NES.emu v1.5.42 [Paid] Requirements: 2.3+ Overview: Advanced open-source NES/Famicom emulator based on FCEUX 2.2.3-svn, designed and tested on the original Droid/Milestone, Xoom, Galaxy S2, Nexus 4, Nexus 7, NVidia Shield, Xperia Tablet Z, and Xperia Play, but works on virtually any device with similar or better specs. Advanced open-source NES/Famicom emulator based on FCEUX 2.2.3-svn, designed and tested on the original Droid/Milestone, Xoom, Galaxy S2, Nexus 4, Nexus 7, NVidia Shield, Xperia Tablet Z, and Xperia Play, but works on virtually any device with similar or better specs. Features include: * Backup memory and save state support, state files from FCEUX should work on NES.emu and vice-versa. * Supports ROM-based games in .nes and .unf formats, optionally in ZIP, RAR, or 7Z files * Famicom Disk System emulation using .fds files (select your BIOS in the options first) * VS UniSystem support, push Start to insert coins * Uses FCEU-compatible cheat files (.cht extension) with editing features * Zapper/Gun support, touch screen to fire, touch & hold outside of display area to simulate firing away from the TV * Configurable on-screen multi-touch controls * HID Bluetooth/USB gamepad & keyboard support compatible with any input device recognized by the OS (MOGA Pro, etc.), Wii controllers also supported if running Android 4.1 or lower, all devices support custom key profiles * Works in any orientation. No ROMs are included with this app and must be supplied by the user. A number of public domain games/demos are available at http://www.pdroms.de. Transfer games anywhere to your internal storage/SD card and browse to them from within the app (default SD card directory is /mnt/sdcard). Visit the homepage at explusalpha.com for more info & apps, ports for other platforms, and GPL source code.
Please report any crashes or device-specific problems via email (include your device name and OS version) so future updates continue to run on as many devices as possible. Whats New: * Fix external storage detection code from 1.5.41 on Samsung devices. Cross-curricular ideas to celebrate Wilbur and Charlotte. Teaching Charlotte’s Web is one of the highlights of an elementary teacher’s year. The characters are so endearing, and the language so beautiful. The story of friendship and kindness never gets old. Here are a few of our favorite Charlotte’s Web activities to make this year’s study extra special. Don’t you love the part of the story where Charlotte’s baby spiders fly off into the world? With this super fun STEM challenge using simple materials, students create parachutes to carry away their own baby spiders. Another fun STEM challenge: Students team up to make a model of Wilbur’s pigpen or one of their own original design. Provide an assortment of materials such as popsicle sticks (small and large), cardboard, foil, tape, scissors, and straws and let your kids loose! Charlotte’s Web provides a great opportunity to weave in a science unit of the life cycle of spiders. Using construction paper, yarn, cotton balls, and plastic spiders, students can create a colorful poster to display their learning. This project combines art and science as students create a colorful textured spider web. Using a white oil pastel, draw the outline of a spider web. Next paint over and around the web with dark watercolor paint. While the paint is wet, sprinkle salt over the entire surface. Squeeze out some glittery spider web window clings. Use a black Sharpie to draw a spider web on a sheet of waxed paper or plastic wrap. Then trace the shape with glue and sprinkle silver glitter on top. Allow the spider web to dry overnight, then carefully peel it off the surface. The sticky backside will adhere to the surface of your classroom window, allowing the sun to shine through the sparkling spokes of the web. Also check out the adorable pig-ear headband and spider hat projects! One Extra Degree has created this fun math activity (only $1.50 on TPT) drawing on the barnyard theme. Using the downloadable mats, students roll two dice, multiply the numbers together, then use a bingo chip (their bowling ball) to cover the character (the bowling pin) with the corresponding number.
The first one to knock down (cover up) all their pins wins! Capture the beautiful and intriguing words you come across as you read the story together and display them in a gauzy spiderweb word wall. From this clever lesson by Bright Hub Education: “Your students aren’t spiders that can spin a web with a cool word in it, but they are creative and can make a campaign poster to save their favorite pig.
Ask them to pay close attention to their word choice and to choose different words than E.B. Encourage your students to tap into their inner Templeton the rat! Students will collect scraps of paper with interesting words from magazines and newspapers that describe who they are.