Future of Retro Virtual Machine
Future of Retro Virtual Machine It’s been 4 years since the release of Retro Virtual Machine (RVM) version 2.0, and that’s too long. I’ve been thinking about changing the way the emulator is publicly released so that it doesn’t take so long. The idea is to release a public version every 6 months, while a beta version will be released every 2 months for Patreon supporters. This way, we hope to be able to offer more frequent updates and significant improvements for users....
Welcome to the Retro Virtual Machine (RVM) development blog.
Welcome to the Retro Virtual Machine (RVM) development blog. In this space, we will share with all of you the news and progress on the development of RVM, a emulator for retro games and applications. The purpose of creating this blog is to provide a more direct communication with the community about the status of RVM’s development, so that you can see the progress that is being made and we don’t get the impression that development has stopped for a long period of time....