1. jamespoo

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    wanted to know what are some good homebrew apps or games or games ported to the 3ds via homebrew not emulators
     
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    snes9x, nes emu, EDuke3D (If you like shooters), and zelda ROTH. Check the 3d brew wiki for more
     
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    In addition to those already mentioned, there is a port of Doom (with support for the wads of Ultimate Doom, Doom II, TNT Evilution, The Plutonia Experiment, plus you can play them in 3D) Quake and Quake 2, Heretic and one of my favorites, Hydra Castle Labyrinth, an amazing metroidvania game developed by a single person (E. Hashimoto) and although it is a bit short it's really good, I recommend it to everyone.

    And i know you said no emulators but the ones ported by bubble2k16 (NES, SNES, Sega Master System/Genesis/CD and PC Engine/CD) are really good, all of them work at full speed even on the original 3DS.
     
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    Hi, what you suggest (or others with knowledge), is better use the emulator from bubble2k16, or to use twilightmenu ++ to emulate this older system?
     
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    I would say that bubble2k16 emulators are definitely a better option, twilight menu ++ basically runs emulators developed for DS and in addition to the low resolution of that console (the NES, SNES and Genesis games are not completely visible on screen unless you squish the picture) the system does not have as much power and performance is not as good as that of the emulators developed to take advantage of the power (and screen resolution) of the 3DS.

    I would only recommend using twilight menu ++ to emulate Game Boy / Color, Game Gear and Master System games (these run well in ds mode and you will get more battery life by using them in this mode).
     
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