Cemu 1.21.4 Released

Cemu 1.21.4

The developer Cemu has just launched a full version of Cemu, the Nintendo Wii U emulator, which in its time revolutionized the genre. Cemu (short for Café Emulation, Café being the code name for Wii U1) is a free Wii U video game console emulator available for Windows.
The emulator celebrates 5 years of existence, it is developed by Exzap as a Core and GPU developer, and with Petergov functioning as a core and audio emulation developer. Development has gone through key stages, such as in December 2017 when multithreading was added, or in March 2020 when it greatly gained in stability, and its performance has more than doubled since 2018. 

An important step was also taken in December 2019 with the support of Vulkan, this low-level API allows gains of 50 to 100% on AMD GPUs, Cemu is considered the best Nintendo Wii U emulator.
Changelog 1.21.4:

# Cemu detailed changelog for 1.21.4
# Patreon release date: 2020-10-16
# Public release date: 2020-10-23
general: Updated the memory searcher tool
         Fixed a recent regression that made the tool crash (# 411)
         All memory areas are now scanned (previously only the main app heap area, MEM2, was scanned)
         Scans are now multi-threaded (one thread per region)
general: The UI option for verifying online accounts now provides more detailed error messages (specifically for problems with account.dat)
GX2: Tiling aperature now correctly handles linear texture formats
     Fixed garbled textures in multiple games developed by Wayforward (e.g. DuckTales (# 198) and Adventure Time: Explore the Dungeon)
Vulkan: Fixed a bug in the texture memory manager where large alignment requirements could lead to integer underflow
        This fixes random texture corruption that would predominantely occur on older Nvidia GPUs (Maxwell and before) (# 421) (# 285)
OpenGL / Vulkan: Correctly truncate the lower 8 bits of colorbuffer addresses
               Fixes broken graphics in How To Survive
AX: Correctly handle looping for ADPCM voices when the end offset is not a valid ADPCM address
    Fixes background music and a related crash in How To Survive
AX: Small tweaks to audio timing which should hopefully improve overall audio stability
(#xx) refers to resolved bug tracker issues. See http://bugs.cemu.info/projects/cem

Download: Cemu 1.21.4

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