wonderswanfor Wonderswan games only
wonderswancolorfor Wonderswan Color games only
.ws .zip .7z
.wsc .zip .7z
The Bandai Wonderswan was made so that games could be created in either portrait or landscape mode. To accomodate this, the emulator supports changing the display orientation by pressing
SELECT (or by going into RA Quick Menu > Options > Display Rotation and selecting your desired rotation manually).
While there’s no way to hold the RG351V sideways that isn’t awkward, it’s possible to set up the RG351M, P, and MP to play in portrait orientation (although getting a good experience is a little bit complicated). By default, portrait games are set up so that you rotate the console counter-clockwise, and the L and R buttons are the arrow keys and D-Pad down and left are A and B.
There’s a more comfortable configuration that you can use to play vertically, but you’ll have to turn on Overrides.
Once you’ve turned on overrides, follow the following instructions:
Port 1 Controls
Save Game Remap File
Output, and set
Video Rotationto 180 deg
Overrides, and choose
Save Game Overrides
You’re now set up to play this game in vertical mode. You can turn your devices clockwise and use the right stick as your movement and X and A as A and B. These settings will be applied automatically whenever you launch the game.
You’ll need to do this setup for each game that you want to play vertically, but instead of doing step 4 you can load the configuration that you set up for your initial game by going into
RA Quick Menu >
Load Remap File and choose the remap file for the game you used for initial setup (e.g.
Tetris (Japan).rmp). This file should show up right away in both Wonderswan and Wonderswan Color, no matter which you did the initial setup on.