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15.0 > Games > dolphin-emu (5.0.17738)

Dolphin is an emulator for two recent Nintendo video game consoles:
the GameCube and the Wii. It allows PC gamers to enjoy games for these
two consoles in full HD (1080p) with several enhancements:
compatibility with all PC controllers, turbo speed, networked
multiplayer, and even more!

Optional dependencies: SFML, cubeb, fmt, gtest, hidapi, jack, mbedtls,
miniupnpc, pugixml, qt6

Analytic data collection is enabled by default, however, users are
prompted about this on first launch. To disable analytics without being
prompted, pass ANALYTICS=OFF to the build script.

Discord Rich Presence is disabled by default, to enable Discord
functionality, pass DISCORD=ON to the build script.

If you would like to disable Gameboy Advance controller support, pass
USEMGBA=OFF to the build script. This will remove the mgba dependecy.

Maintained by: Steven Voges
Keywords: ,dolphin-emu,gamecube,wii,nintendo
ChangeLog: dolphin-emu

Homepage:
https://dolphin-emu.org

Source Downloads (64bit):
SPIRV-Cross-50b4d5389b6a06f86fb63a2848e1a7da6d9755ca.tar.gz (ccbd4691aa98e09c48ca52938780f485)
libspng-dc5b1032c08efac68ad30170f7ccbf0aa8dd55c9.tar.gz (5c563b774605b0bad9f6ed244bd9e14d)
mgba-40d4c430fc36caeb7ea32fd39624947ed487d2f2.tar.gz (640f4014848dbe1e40d09a138956be38)
VulkanMemoryAllocator-c351692490513cdb0e5a2c925aaf7ea4a9b672f4.tar.gz (9eb7af01d2b36d8d5964696ecd257011)
zlib-ng-ce01b1e41da298334f8214389cc9369540a7560f.tar.gz (59bc34854f5bb7492810e30f20b844eb)
dolphin-5ee7a555887f4365c61f99aa18a29ff822e4b8d8.tar.gz (c2d1d0f6cbc95afe24e78407b86f7b08)

Download SlackBuild:
dolphin-emu.tar.gz
dolphin-emu.tar.gz.asc (FAQ)

(the SlackBuild does not include the source)

Validated for Slackware 15.0

See our HOWTO for instructions on how to use the contents of this repository.

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