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This is a port of 2048, a game, to libretro
Why use this core?Link
How to get and install the 2048 core:Link
- Start up RetroArch. Inside the main menu, go to 'Online Updater'.
- Just to make sure we have the latest info files, select 'Update Core Info FIles'. Wait until this is done. Then, select 'Core Updater'.
- Browse through the list and select '2048'.
After this has finished downloading, the core should now be ready for use!
How to start (after installation):Link
Go back to RetroArch's main menu screen. Select 'Load Core', then '2048'.
Now, select 'Start Core'.
The content should now start running!
- Gabriele Cirulli
A summary of the licenses behind RetroArch and its cores have found here.
The 2048 core is licensed under
RetroArch-level settings or features that the 2048 core respects.
The 2048 core's directory name is '2048'
The 2048 core saves/loads to/from these directories.
RetroArch's Save directory
- 2048.srm (Previous game sessions and hiscores)
RetroArch's State directory
- 2048.state# (State)
Geometry and timingLink
- The 2048 core's internal FPS is 60
- The 2048 core's internal sample rate is 30000 Hz
- The 2048 core's core provided aspect ratio is 1
The 2048 core supports the following device type(s) in the controls menu, bolded device types are the default for the specified user(s):
User 1 device typesLink
- None - Doesn't disable input.
- RetroPad - Joypad
- RetroPad w/Analog - Joypad - There is no reason to switch to this.
Joypad and analog device type tableLink
|User 1 Input descriptors||RetroPad Inputs|