Operator Roadmap

In this article, you can read more about what we have planned for the Operator app, short and long term. The features below will be released to the public in multiple updates mostly due to the fact that the Operator app is entirely the work of only one person at the moment.

The features that are being developed for the Operator software will benefit also the future devices made for other consoles as part of the Operator series. The software is under continuous development and we strive with every new release to bring you a better product.

Our roadmap is simple, with the goal of making playing and managing cartridges on your computer easier and more accessible. Some of the features below started as requests and suggestions from our community, so please don't hesitate to e-mail support@epilogue.co with your ideas for how we can improve the app.


Roadmap main features (see what's planned for the next release)

  • Emulator
    • Borderless full-screen support
    • Volume control
    • Play/pause buttons
    • Core-specific customizable options
    • Software reset
    • Fast-forwarding
    • Rewinding
    • Shader support
    • Cheat support
    • Rumble support
  • Controllers and keyboards
    • Keyboard remapping
    • Support for most common controllers
    • Controller configuration while in-game
  • Device
    • USB mass storage option for Raspberry Pi users
    • Customizable LED colors
    • LED dimming
    • LED controls (on/off)
  • Cartridges
    • Using the Game Boy Camera as a webcam
    • Support for most of the rewritable cartridges
    • Improved bootleg/counterfeit detection
    • Cartridge artwork and descriptions for most of the official titles ever released
    • DAT-o-MATIC database integration
  • Game Development
    • Bulk flashing of rewritable carts
  • Miscellaneous
    • Translations into Spanish, German, French and Japanese (maybe others too)
    • Rescaling Game Boy Camera pictures in-app to different sizes
    • Support for MacOS 10.15 and higher
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