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Discussion in 'NDS - Emulation and Homebrew' started by playallday, Aug 12, 2008.
What does DS Mac do? Is it out? I can't find it anywhere!
MiniVMac DS is a port of a Mac emulator to the DS. It's somewhat slow, but it works.
Cool! Where can I get it?
I want to try this out too.
Apparently you need a Mac. Which I will be buying before September. This is kinda inconvenient for most of us PC users.
finnaly, i can point and lol at all you windows users for something finnaly working for us and not you.
lol at you!
Your going to point and laugh because you use an OS so simple and crappy it can run on a DS? Wow... yea... go ahead and laugh... because remember, when your pointing at us, you have 3 fingers pointing right back at you... and we're laughing even harder!
Umm, simple? It was revolutionary in its time. So crappy it can run on a DS? It was made 20 years ago. I find the majority of PC users simply ignorant about macs, thinking they can't play games or use 1-button mice. They are simply wrong. I have dozens of excellent games on my mac, including world of warcraft, starcraft, diablo, diablo 2, warcraft 2, warcraft 3, call of duty, rainbow six 3, etc etc. The list goes on. And for the games that aren't on the mac os, you can simply use vmware, bootcamp, crossover, Wine, etc to run them. Macs can do everything a Windows PC can do, and more. I have a multibutton mouse with all sorts of special functions, so ignorant PC users who are just bitter they made the wrong choice in buying a PC, shut up.
I think this is a pretty cool homebrew, but I don't know if it would be actually useful for anything. Cool to see though.
yeah, vmware, that will really boost those FPS!
OK, to get back on track...MinivMac.
You definitely dont need a Mac to run MiniVmac on your DS.
Heres a link
It is a major hassle to set up, but I've had it running on my DS for quite a while.
(I use a PC, not a Mac...not that it matters)
Why are you bumping a nearly 1 and a half year old topic?
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