Suggestion Fuze Studio Emulators

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    I saw this thing called "Fuze Studio" coming to the Switch and I heard that you can code stuff with it on-the-go.
    I'm thinking that with this we may be able to port some emulators (especially hyped for GameCube VC or Dolphin), and make some HomeBrew games or maybe some HomeBrew apps.
    Thoughts?
    EDIT: I just realized this doesn't make emulators possible because it has power to less than 5% of the Switch's power. Woops.
     
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    If you have access to 5% of the switch raw power with this this basic IDE, consider yourself lucky.
     
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    Woops. Completely forgot about that.
     
  4. SLiV3R

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    Nah, nothing spectacular will come out from this.
     
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  6. DutchyDutch

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    Is less than 5% really not enough to emulate something really weak? Like Gameboy or NES? Even at 10 fps?
     
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    Stop waking this thread up, it's dead, and I acknowlegde that it's not possible.
     
  8. TeamScriptKiddies

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    While this wouldn't be useful for emulators and standard "homebrew" it still has a lot of educational value. It will be interesting to see if Nintendo officially endorses it, they might considering that you only get access to about 5% of the "power" of the Switch....
     
  9. tunip3

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    theoretically gba emulation is possible as even 5% of the cpu is more power than the gba ever had
     
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    Then it should be possible in undocked as well, since CPU clock does not change from docked to undocked, only GPU clock
     
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    Huh! GBA emulators... Not really my thing but whatever. I'm more of a DS game guy.
     
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    DS will definitely be on Switch (once actual homebrew support comes) I mean the New 3DS even sort of had DS emulation
     
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    I know, also, if you flip your Switch, that would mean full DS experience, lol.
     
  14. tunip3

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    ds needs 2 screens though
     
  15. Clydefrosch

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    you could put the screens next to one another, though that would ruin a few games and be awkward as heck with others.
     
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    2 images under or beside eachother. Done...
     
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    nobody remembers that nintendo did ds vc on wii u, not that bad tbh, try through an emulator on a computer or tablet or something, let's just hope this time they allow for full adjustment of screen size/placement and the ability to remap controls so it turns out better then how the wii u did it
     
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    people do remember. its just that wii u had a screen in your hand and one on the tv which was easily the best solution, but not available here.
    the other screen modes were very awkward. and without a touchscreen in your hand, many games become unplayable anyway.

    though thinking back about it, ds resolution wasnt that high, so you could just have the screens like they should be, albeit looking super small
     
  19. tunip3

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    i kow but still it had 2screens
     
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    I could see Nintendo offering DS games either by using one on top of the other or side by side.

    When docked I could see them using some Android style touch emulator where you using the analogue stick.