List of third-party OPK applications

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This article lists third-party OPK applications built for the FunKey S. Freely downloadable from this page, these applications allow users to add additional functionalities to their devices. To install an OPK application, simply create a new folder at the root of the FunKey S file system and place the OPK file in it. The application can subsequently be accessed from the Gmenu2x launcher, where it is sorted automatically by its type: application, emulator, or game. As the "Instant Action" feature of the FunKey S is limited to the emulators specifically optimized for it, it is recommended that users save their state in third-party programs before closing the system or returning to the system menu. Also note that OPK applications built for systems other than the FunKey S are incompatible with it and will not function without modification.

Applications[edit | edit source]

The following applications are any programs for the FunKey S that are neither emulators nor games. Alongside each application is listed a general description of it.

Name Description Author(s) Repository OPK
Clock Used to set the system's time for RTC functionality. Gameblabla Link Download
EasyRPG Interprets games made with RPG Maker 2000 and RPG Maker 2003. Gameblabla Link Download
MPlayer Enables video playback in both original and stretched aspect ratios. NovemberJoy Download
ST Linux terminal program. Michel (FunKey Team) Download

Emulators[edit | edit source]

The following emulators add to the capabilities of the FunKey S by allowing emulation of several currently unsupported systems and improved emulation of several currently supported systems. To give users a sense of how well these emulators function, each is rated from low to high for both overall emulation accuracy and speed. To improve the CPS2 emulation of SDL Retro, this configuration file should be placed in the /mnt/FunKey/.sdlretro/cfg location of the FunKey S file system. For PC-FX emulation, a PC-FX BIOS file must be placed in the /mnt/Funkey/.pcfxemu location of the FunKey S file system.

Name Emulated System Accuracy Speed Author(s) Repository OPK
Final Burn Alpha Multiple DrUm78 Download
LameDS DS Medium Low Gameblabla Link Download
MAME Multiple DrUm78 Download
Mednafen (NES only) NES DrUm78 Download
Mednafen (PCE only) PCE DrUm78 Download
PCFXEmu PC-FX Gameblabla Link Download
PicoDrive (V1.98) Genesis (Mega Drive) DrUm78 Download
SDL Retro Atari 2600 Medium High Coverilla
Drum78
Link Download
Atari 800
Atari Lynx
Atari ST/STE/TT/Falcon
DOS
FBA (Multiple)
GBA
MAME (Multiple)
MSX
NES
Pico-8
SNES
Sega Genesis (Mega Drive)
Sega Master System
ZX Spectrum
SMSPlus Sega Master System Gameblabla Link Download
SwanEmu WonderSwan Gameblabla Link Download
VBA Next GBA High Medium Gameblabla Link Download
VBEmu Virtual Boy High High Gameblabla Link Download

Games[edit | edit source]

The following applications are freeware games that have either been ported to or natively developed for the FunKey S. To facilitate list navigation and game selection, alongside each game is listed its genre. To run Divi-Dead, the DL1 from the game's original release is needed as well. To run Doom, a WAD, IWAD, or PWAD file is needed as well. To run VVVVVV, a data.zip file from the either the game's commercial or freeware release must be placed in the /mnt/FunKey/.local/share/VVVVVV location of the FunKey S file system. To run Wolfenstein 3D, all WL6 files from the game's original release must be placed in the /mnt/FunKey/.ecwolf location of the FunKey S file system.

Name Genre Author(s) Repository OPK
Divi-Dead Gameblabla Link Download
Doom Coverilla
DrUm78
Download
Ganbare-Natuskian Gameblabla Link Download
Sonic Robo Blast 2 Gameblabla Link Download
VVVVVV Jack Download
Wolfenstein 3D Jack Download
Worship Vector Gameblabla Link Download