Back in July the first video of redream running on the Raspberry Pi 4b was posted. The plan at the time was to release it within 2 weeks, but other priorities came up and getting the Pi release to production quality was put on hold.Continue reading
Render your favorite Dreamcast classics in 1080p or 4k like they deserve.
Ready To Play
No controller configuration, no BIOS or flash files, just add games and play.
Over 85% of the Dreamcast's library is able to be played from start to finish.
Weighing in at less than 4 megabytes, this small package packs monster performance to produce a smooth 60 hz even on decade old desktops and mobile phones.
Available for Windows, Mac, Linux and now Android and the Raspberry Pi 4, you can re-experience the Dreamcast anywhere you go.
Last week we released our newest stable build, versionContinue reading
1.2.6; marking 6 months since our last progress report. During this time, many quality of life features have been implemented to make the emulator easier and more enjoyable to use, graphics have taken another step forward, and our audio emulation has finally reached a mature point where there are features yet to be implemented, but what's implemented now works great.
Earlier this monthContinue reading
v1.2.3was released, introducing a major change to our audio / video synchronization that I'm excited to talk about today.
It's been 6 long months since our last status update, but for good reason - we've been hard at work on plenty of new features, improvements and optimizations that we'd like to talk about today.Continue reading
After a slow period at the beginning of the year, the pace has started picking up the past few months on redream's development.Continue reading