Chiptune player on Iphone

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Apr 19, 2011

Chiptune player on Iphone by JinTrigger at 6:48 PM (1,523 Views / 0 Likes) 7 replies

  1. JinTrigger
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    I was wondering were there any chiptune players on iphone...For this point in time I specifically need an .NSF player at the moment
     
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    how can it NOT have SID support?
     
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    [​IMG] i was hoping it was free as I literally have no money to spend on little extra things like this....But I'll get it eventually.
    Thanks x_r3ap3r_x
     
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    Get app called Modizer.
    It plays sids, xm and billion other formats ( from games)
     
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    As an *absolute worst case*, if the above solutions don't work (which they hopefully will), you could use HVCA to play NSF files on the GBA, emulating that with gpSPhone...

    Granted the sound quality isn't all that accurate for some NSF files, but it would *work* as inconvenient as it is.
     

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