List of all emulators for DS

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    there is a pokemon mini emulator too


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    Updated ! Thanx.

    The best emulators are now boldfaced.
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    Is there a better snes emulator for ds cards other than snemulds?
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    The SNES emulator for DS two appears better but it's not a homebrew therefore I don't put it here.
    Anyhow I don't own a DStwo to try it.
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    If I remember correctly using Snes or Nes emulator will break DSi upper screen, right? Can you guys tell me which one? I want to try Snes emulator but I don't know if it's safe. [IMG]
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    Recorderdude Musician, Animator, Buffoon.

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    NES

    Also, update teh NES open source. It's now NESDS EX and is a pack with both a hardware and software emulator.
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    Rukia-san New Member

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    Thank you personuser, I tried the Snes emulator, unfortunately Pilotwings crashed every time I started the game. [IMG]
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    Well this is not the correct place to report this you know
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    I need help to make a choice between DL and DSi for emulation purpose. Does emulation of PCE, NES, SMD, GBx and other consoles requires a SLOT2 or i can buy DSi with SLOT1? In another word do i need SLOT2 to run emulators?
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    Snailface My frothing demand for 3ds homebrew is increasing

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    No, emulation is always done in slot 1 cards. Keep in mind that you'll need a DStwo card if you want to do snes or gba emulation properly. (snes works with regular cards but it's glitchy as hell.)
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    Ie any other emulators ran through SLOT1? And btw i have DSTwo card but i need some reason to buy DS or DSi.
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    Snailface My frothing demand for 3ds homebrew is increasing

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    DSi gives you the advantage of DSiWare games for purchase. DS lite has a battery life advantage. Both systems run emulation the same. (DSi has extra cpu speed and ram but the hacks for it aren't very fleshed out at the current time)

    Your Welcome : )
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    Ok thank u so much)
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    You listed Pac-Man twice, see bold. [IMG] I think you meant Ms. Pac-Man.
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    Jr. Pac-Man is different of Pac-Man.
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    If you use an original r4 plus wood r4 1.30 nesDS (a nes emulator for Nintendo DS) can save states for games in version 0.51, just wanted to point that out because older versions of nesDS cant do that. I also noticed nesDs can work in my junk r4ideluxe, so it should work in any flash-cart, the only problem I noticed is that your save-states get lost in the r4i deluxe when you reset, while that does not happen with wood r4 1.30. If you just want the emulator that works best, a certain game gear emulator has been in development for a long time and does not need a slot two ram pack. is great. S8DS. Also check this list:

    http://www.zophar.net/consoles/nds.html
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    List updated ! Fixed several links and some texts.

    Some Filetrip links still unavailable. Can someone fix it?
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    Sorry for bumping such an old thread but I'm after running the DSPack but have no idea as to how to go about it.

    Any chance of a step-by-step idiot guide please? I've got numerous other emu's working no problem but I'm struggling with this. If it makes a difference the card I'm using is an R4i Gold for 3DS and running the latest Wood V1.39 firmware.

    Grateful for any help offered :)
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    1. Create a folder named 'MAMERoms' into the root of your flash card.
    2. Copy your roms (mame format) into this folder.
    3. Download 'DSPack-marquees-cabinets-resources.7z' and 'DSPack-captures-flyers-resources.7z' archives then unzip it.
    4. Copy unziped files into /MAMERoms folder.
    5. Download 'DSPack.7z' archive and unzip it.
    6. Copy 'DSPack.nds' file into your flash card and run it to play.
    7. Read the included readme.txt for information about using this emulator.
    It's the same method for all Copper's emulators.

    Enjoy!
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    I'm curious about where to download the DS pack files you mentioned? Also, you say to not unzip the first two, and then unzip the last one. I've been led to believe that you need to unzip all files when you need to use them?

    Never mind, I made it work with magic.

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