1. NeoUmbreon

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    It's perfect except for the sound crackling, and apparently that was fixed in a commit but not in a release.
    I've been attempting to figure out how to compile this as a total noob and no dice, so does anyone have a cia of the latest commit?
     
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  2. Vulpes-Vulpeos

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    Read issues on GitHub, it won't work.
    Install latest nightly of mgba: https://mgba.io/downloads.html
     
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  3. NeoUmbreon

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    Thanks, mgba works well :yay3ds:
     
  4. SLiV3R

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    No news for a release?

    We still havent got a near perfect game Boy emulator on the 3ds
     
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  6. ShadowOne333

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    mGBA is as close as you are gonna get to good GB/C/A emulatiom on the 3DS.
    I suggest giving that one a try.
     
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  7. Vince989

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    Just going to put this out there, in case it matters to someone, I recently modded my N2DSXL and tried 2 games on it :

    1. Mario Tennis seemed to work 100% or almost
    2. Pokemon Puzzle Challenge, main menus only work 100% when you put video on bottom screen, but main game (tried Time Trial) only runs about 50-52 fps

    With the most recent comments, I'll give mGBA a try, since I mostly care about GB/GBC emulation for this one anyway, thanks for the info!

    - Vince989
     
  8. 3dsHbrew

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    Show the cover of the game on top Screen when highlighted in ROM dir (bottom) would be nice
     
  9. GayCoonie

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    For me, GameYob 3DS works perfectly besides the audio. The audio on mGBA is better, but the framerate and speed are very inconsistent, and don't seem to be really related to each other. I haven't really tried GameYob DS, but I do have the capacity to do so. I don't have NSUI up-and-running because I'm using Linux. Do you have any idea if it works o Wine?
     
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    Sorry bud. Can't help you figure out,
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    desktop Linux + { WINE + Mono / .NET Framework } + NSUI = GBA VC injection, yes / no ???
    My secondary computer that had Linux Mint no longer works due to dead motherboard. And other reasons.

    Fret not. I know just the person who might be interested in this posed question. :)

    Master of Linux, computers, smileBASIC, and obscure tech-related subjects, @KleinesSinchen! ♪
     
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  11. KleinesSinchen

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    What?! *blushes*

    (to make this post more readable I only use NSUI.exe instead of the full name)

    Short answer: NSUI does seem to work with:
    WINEARCH=win32 WINEPREFIX=~/.wine winecfg
    winetricks dotnet40
    → long installation process
    winetricks vcrun2013 → very fast
    wine NSUI.exe
    I successfully injected some games, including a GBA.
    I would not even have bothered trying without this question. In German I would call the result a clear “jein” (ja + nein ||| yes + no)

    I don’t like putting random software on my main computer. I prefer Linux and cannot even really use modern Windows but still I’m a little opportunistic and lazy which means: Virtualbox + Windows 7 = easy using 99% of Windows-only software. Because of not wanting to bloat my main computer and Wine-prefix I used a secondary (test-)computer which is unfortunately not on the latest version (Ubuntu Mate 16.04.4 64-bit).

    The repositories only contain Wine 1.6 which is a bit old. So here is what I tried (after installing Wine, Mono and Winetricks from the repos)

    mono NSUI.exe
    Nope!
    wine NSUI.exe → The program loads. Trying to start a new project → Nope!

    This would have been too easy for a “.NET” application. Next I tried

    winetricks dotnet45

    This downloaded all sorts of dotnet installers and even made me manually download some from strange “old versions” websites (Huh?) and advised to put the files to a specific location.

    Then the Winetricks script installed – partially unattended, partially with user input – some of these downloads and even called uninstallers at some point (HUH???). In the end I had dotnet20 installed and not dotnet45. :wtf:
    Retrying winetricks dotnet45 resulted in an error because “incompatible with dotnet20”.

    wine NSUI.exe Nope. “.NET Framework” too old.

    Next act:
    winetricks dotnet40 → another download, another installer
    wine NSUI.exe → Program loads. I have successfully created CIAs of:
    • Tetris (GB)
    • Pokemon Kristall (GBC)
    • Little Nemo Dream Master (NES)
    • Castlevania Double Pack (GBA)
    The CIAs installed fine on my O2DS and all games started. For Little Nemo I used the PAL-ROM and the Virtual Console Emulator chose 60Hz which results in the music playing too fast (I did not check any settings and only clicked the CIAs together as fast as possible)

    Conclusion:

    NSUI works with Linux+Wine+dotnet40. Setting it up is tedious and it might be faster (certainly easier) to install Windows in a virtual machine.

    Fun fact: I did not run into trouble with parts of the NSUI-window not showing due to scaling issues. Once everything was set up, the app worked like a charm – although the terminal window went crazy with status messages.

    Edit: Now I noticed this is a thread about Gameyob. Sorry for posting this is in the wrong topic.
     
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  12. GayCoonie

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    Thanks so much for trying it. I was able to get it to work. It went pretty smoothly for me because I knew to install .Net 4.0.

    I was able to inject a couple GBA games, including one Pokemon ROM hack I wasn't able to get to work on my real GBA and Everdrive. This seems to be as close as I can get to playing it on real hardware.

    Once again. Thank you very much.
     
  13. Plasmaster09

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    it works and it's pretty decent but oh my god that flickering menu text when I'm selecting roms is giving me a headache
    congrats you made me WANT to use retroarch lol
     
  14. lone_wolf323

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    you realize that no emulator is perfect right? there are bound to be issues with what ever one ya go with.
     
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    I know, but I just don't get why the rom selection text flickers when you're moving
    Btw, I retract my first statement. Retroarch Gambatte sucks. Gameyob may have flaws, but at least it can run well.
     
  16. MarioKartFan

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    Gambatte on Retroarch 1.8.5 on a New 3DS is incredible. Full speed, perfect graphics and sound, rewind support. What are you going on about?
     
  17. Plasmaster09

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    I'll believe you there, but I have an o3ds and considering how well GameYob runs, I was honestly shocked when I started the color hack of Mario Land 2 and it started chugging the instant I entered a stage.
     
  18. lone_wolf323

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    have you tried dragon warrior monsters 2 cobis journey yet? Still has issues when a monster wants to join you that the screen goes black aswell as during nickname screen.
     
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    And that's on a New 3ds. On an old one, it manages to make Mario Land 2 (color hacked) LAG.
     
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    Ahh. I see.
     
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