Snezziboy 0.1

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May 18, 2006

Snezziboy 0.1 by shaunj66 at 10:15 AM (5,860 Views / 0 Likes) 33 Comments

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    Snezziboy v0.1

    By bubble2k




    A new SNES emulator for the GBA has hit the scene! The compatibility is unknown at the moment, and as the emulator is still in version 0.1 don't go expecting too much! But we've been told that this is a promising developing emulator.
    Download Snezziboy v0.1 here:Thanks to xiaNaix for letting us know!


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    The more of these SNES GBA/DS emulators I see, the more I want these people to put their efforts together and just make one solid product. If they all concentrated their efforts on one SNES emulator, we'd have definitive compatibility in no time at all.
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    or simply have one dedicated bastard making it for nintendo ds instead of gba.. [IMG]
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    Agree.. really it's good stuff and all that someone found interest. But dont go gba, go with nds instead ;P

    Otherwise there might be a chance that he will get stuck in the same place as Loopy, FluBBa and give the project up.. which would be wasted time.
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    teh_raf3 Whatever suits you

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    They should continue working on the SnesDS thingy, it will never work good on GBA...
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    Well, they do it for challenge... still, they should work on a DS version ^^
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    WrathofGod New Member

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    I only have gba so i applaud it [IMG]
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    Killermech Cookie Monster

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    I was just gonna try it out, but the .gba file, the one to build the file is missing.
    snezzi.gba :|
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    We'll post the compiled version as soon as we have it...
    xiaNaix told me that someone posted it somewhere... now where was it? [IMG]
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    You can grab the compiled version from my site DS-Scene here

    You need to use the dat file from snesAdvance as if you hadn't noticed already, the dat file that comes in the package is blank.

    I can't get anything to boot yet and i get some strange copyright warning message when i try to load some games. Will try more tonight, none of the following loaded for me on SuperCard

    Super Mario Allstars
    Super Metroid
    Super Castlevania IV
    Mario Kart
    Super Mario RPG
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    I'd like to know what the author's motiviation is to make it for the GBA instead of the DS...
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    I for one am thankful it's for the GBA, since I only have a GBA flashcart...

    Think of those only with GBA flashcarts! [IMG] [IMG]
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    Well, I only have a GBA flashcart right now, but count me as another vote for efforts being concentrated on a DS-based emu anyway. GBA will always be 2 buttons shy of ever being a good SNES platform, no matter how well they optimize an emu.
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    I could go for some Chrono Trigger on my GBA. Gimme that and I'll be happy for weeks.
    Kudos to the developers and good luck on their venture.
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    If someone gets Chrono Trigger to work on either a GBA or a DS... I'll never complain about a SNES emulator again. Chrono Tirgger is 99.9% of the reason why I want an SNES emulator in the first place.
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    For the people that played the other version of the SNES emulator for the GBA, how did the creator find a method to make up for the lack of the X and Y buttons? That said, we'll be waiting ages for a proper SNES emulator for the handheld. I mean, even the PSP version isn't 100% perfect.
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    Great news I was gonna post it myself this morning but had to dash out (car nearly got towed away as the tax was out of date!)

    I just hope updates are frequent and it actually becomes a great SNES emu. Surely the DS is more than capable of running an above average SNES emu. The PSP SNES emu is excellent and was all I used to play really when I had a PSP. May be worth looking at the PSP emu to base around an NDS build..
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    Maybe he doesn't have a DS? If the guy does a great job on it and releases the sources along the way, I'm sure someone will pick it up and bring it to DS.

    PS - How's Da Vinci's Code Thug?
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    No glitches, perfect save, perfect sound = count me in
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    nice to see such emu hope it is (be)good [IMG] what do you 2 have with rotate ¿ its looks cool btw.. greets

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