gameboy/colour emulation on ds?

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Aug 9, 2008
  1. sphere9
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    are there any gameboy/gameboy colour emulators available for nintendo ds that have a rewind and fast forward function like nesds?

    thanks.
     
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    you can use save states, fast farward but i dont know about rewind...
     
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    This, except there isn't a rewind, but There might be a rewind feature in another Emulator, however I have only used Lameboy so I wouldn't know.
     
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    I know of 5 gameboy/color emulators for the DS (lameboy is without question the best) and none feature rewind (it is a really rare feature, even to the extent rarely see on PC emulators).


    Oh for those who would go list anyway
    Lameboy:
    http://lameboy.nutki.com/

    Early stage emulator (pre DLDI) (actually there are one or two by the same author but I am counting them as one). Not sure where the homepage is these days.
    Although there is a DLDI version available (third party as far as I am aware):
    http://forums.maxconsole.net/showthread.php?t=59849

    A Neoflash competition entry.
    http://nintendo-ds.dcemu.co.uk/gbemuds.shtml

    Early stage GB only emulator (not named as far as I know):
    http://gbatemp.net/index.php?showtopic=61143&hl=

    Goomba Color (yes there is a port, no it is not that good right now):
    http://gbatemp.net/index.php?showtopic=77131&st=0
     
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    thanks for the list FAST
     
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    Currently playing Pokemon Crystal on DS. Thanks for the info/links.
     
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    He did add DLDI support and fix the sound crashes after a while, so it's definitely worth looking into. Probably didn't get too much publicity because it was posted on page 3 of the topic and we were told not to distribute it, though I still think merely linking to the topic would be fine. See the topic link here: http://www.pocketheaven.com/boards/viewtop...95&start=30
     
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    Yeah, Lameboy is without a doubt the best available DS GB/GBS emulator, so I'd say to go with that.
     
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    Can you rewind though? Would be kinda useful.
    And what is GBS ? Are you talking about GBC ?
     
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    Why do you need to rewind?
     
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    Closest thing to a rewind feature is to use Lameboy and make a savestate after each major thing you do. It's what I do when I'm using PocketNES instead of NES DS at least.
     

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