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Discussion in 'Supercard' started by elixirdream, Jun 4, 2010.
Guess I'll be opening a new topic soon compiling the list of working/non-working GBA games.
Thanks for the info
i forgot to post this haha
dam elixer beat me to it
i got the news from the chinese forum
yeah .. i will add that to the first post
Just tested it out and the frame skipping was improved upon slightly. At first, I decided to try doom 2 to see if it was anything major but I still got the same laggy game but with a bit of an extra push, then I went to try out Super Mario Advance 4 - Super Mario Bros 3 and you can see that the slight lag was improved upon it as well and the button lag was cut down.
Now supports cht cheats. I thought it always did. Oh well. It seems mine won't display more than 1041 cheats, even though it has 2,491 cht files. Can anyone else confirm this?
Whow great news
i'm excited , that the update cames so early
Lets hope people can stop whining about the SCDSTWO being shit now.
hmm Realtimeclock support for Pokemon.. Well that's nice .
yeah Emerald works fine now thx
Awesome Pokemon is fixed!!!! YAY SCDS2!
With sound? And full speed?
yes with sounds, full speed too (i think , it can be a bit slower, but works fine enough)
and the best thing REAL TIME CLOCK !!!
yeah! it solved my problem! (NDS-GBA froze)
Woohoo! Glad to see the team are focusing on the emulator aswell as EOS.
It'd be nice if this worked on iPlayer, or they modified it to do so. I'd like to make a comparison between this and the original release.
they modified it so it wouldn't work on i-player
im trying out some other games to see if there is improvement
im having a save issue with emerald. it only reads an old save file and wont save over it???? any thoughts
is this happening to anyone else?
can't comment on its improvements but can say what people say works perfectly is not perfect.
its more like 90% perfect which is still amazingly good. most common issue is frame-rate and button lag which depending on the rom is negligible.
with the introduction of cheats, can anyone explain for a noob what to do?
do we open up the gbatemp cheats list and select the appropriate games and stick them in the NDSGBA cheatfolder?