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Cemu 1.19.1


Cemu is a Highly experimental software to emulate Wii U applications on PC.


  • Can run encrypted Wii U images (WUD) and RPX/RPL files
  • Internal resolution is 1920x1080 (if supported by game)
  • Contains basically no optimizations. Expect slow framerates and long load times.
  • Windows 7 or above (x64) (other platforms may be supported later)
  • Requires OpenGL 4.0
  • Tested on NVIDIA and AMD: Runs fine on most recent driver
  • Tested on Intel: Garbled output but runs if OpenGL version is supported


Cemu detailed changelog for 1.19.1


New in 1.19.1b:


  • general: Updated language files
  • general: Improved robustness of title manager and made some minor tweaks
  • Vulkan/OpenGL: Fixed an issue where the border color of a texture sampler would be read from the wrong shader stage
    • This fixes vegation LoD in Breath of the Wild
    • Note that on Vulkan the graphics driver must support VK_EXT_custom_border_color or Cemu cannot emulate border color correctly
    • sndcore2: Fixed some bugs in multi-voice API. Games that utilize it should now play sound correctly (e.g. Terraria, Axiom Verge)

New in 1.19.1:


  • general: Added title manager
    • Can be found in the menu under tools
    • Lists all base games, updates, DLCs and saves games
    • Includes titles from both the game list and the mlc folder
    • Use right-click context menu to manage titles
    • Titles which are installed at the wrong location will be highlighted in red (tooltip has details, right-click to attempt to fix it)
    • More features are planned!
  • general: Updated language files
  • general: Cemu now verifies if it has write access to it's own folder
  • general: UI cleanup and tweaks (moved overlay settings to a separate tab, fixed checkbox labels to be compatible with screen readers)
  • sndcore2: Implemented AXSetMultiVoice* API
  • Vulkan: Reworked index cache to avoid a potential data corruption
    • Fixes random polygon explosions that could happen in any game







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