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 Emulators List
Sweet Tea
Posted: Jan 10 2005, 07:50 AM


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nightmare1
Posted: Jan 11 2005, 02:08 AM


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wow great list helped me alot biggrin.gif
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rompower
Posted: Jan 11 2005, 05:29 PM


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yes this is very handy good work Sweet tea laugh.gif
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Cataliste
Posted: Jan 12 2005, 10:21 PM


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I prefer VisualBoy Advanced as my GBA EMulator, its fast and plays every game i own....
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aaaaaaaa
Posted: Jan 18 2005, 05:26 PM


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QUOTE (Cataliste @ Jan 12 2005, 10:21 PM)
I prefer VisualBoy Advanced as my GBA EMulator, its fast and plays every game i own....

If you clicked on the link you would see that is a different mirror for VBA. Of course the official site is http://vba.ngemu.com.
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Hermes
Posted: Mar 5 2005, 03:17 AM


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For number 4, instead of winkawas I would suggest Callus95 since winkawas only lets you have 2 lives and if you die you have to restart the game all over.

However Callus95 runs some games sideways such as 1942 and those are hard not to play so download Nebula which should play those games the right side up.

Since however nebula can make those games quite choppy I would suggest to adjust some of the settings such as no frameskip and etc. but if you still are dissatisfied with the play and don't like jerking your head 90 degrees to your right I would suggest to look for another good emulator from the net. A list of emulators can be found here which let's you download some:

http://emustatus.rainemu.com/emu.htm

Also for the NES emulator try dling bioNES since it has better and the original sound and some games on it work that they don't on Nesticle, but some work only on Nesticle so try to have both.
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rompower
Posted: Mar 5 2005, 11:42 AM


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wow thanks for the info and links i didn't heard of that emu yet smile.gif
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bloodytamponlolipop
  Posted: Mar 31 2005, 08:00 AM


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QUOTE (Hermes @ Mar 5 2005, 03:17 AM)
For number 4, instead of winkawas I would suggest Callus95 since winkawas only lets you have 2 lives and if you die you have to restart the game all over.

However Callus95 runs some games sideways such as 1942 and those are hard not to play so download Nebula which should play those games the right side up.

Since however nebula can make those games quite choppy I would suggest to adjust some of the settings such as no frameskip and etc. but if you still are dissatisfied with the play and don't like jerking your head 90 degrees to your right I would suggest to look for another good emulator from the net. A list of emulators can be found here which let's you download some:

http://emustatus.rainemu.com/emu.htm

Also for the NES emulator try dling bioNES since it has better and the original sound and some games on it work that they don't on Nesticle, but some work only on Nesticle so try to have both.

Correct me if im Wrong here, 1942 Would be a Cps-1 Rom . If it is Winkawaks (Which i dont like very much) Has the Dipswitch settings for csp-1 games that way you can boost your lives or on the other hand give you Inf. Lives. Also the Dipswitch Program allows you to access hidden goodies located on the game cart that was Resticted to the public. Now on the other hand Cps-2 Games i find the "Save state" Opition to come in handy if your like me though you will demolish the game in a 20 min. time frame. Also you can boost your credits. Neogeo games on winkawaks to me work wonders, emulation for neogeo is excellent. PLus it has the "Free play" And choice to switch from arcade to console to play different versions of the game. Like Metal Slug (for exa.) Arcade Metal slug Series Doesnt envole blood only gray spurts to emit from a enemy . I was able to tweak winkawaks to show those nasty gray spurts in to beautiful red spurts . Just Something i picked up. Anyway Just thought id let you know if you didnt. Aside from that , Sorry this was so long.

Thank you.
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