Hey check out this flawless N64 emulator.

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Aug 1, 2011
  1. Bryon15
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    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vXknFtIPUQs#

    I've searched for a long time and this is the only N64 emulator I've seen that runs smoothly with near perfect sound. I've wanted a handheld N64 for sooo long. But there's only one problem. It's only available on a $600 samsung galaxy s2 smart phone!! So there's no chance of me affording it. Crap >:(
     


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    This just shows how powerful the S II is, but it's tad expensive.
     
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    Damn. A phone is doing that? I want it.
    Edit: Then again... phone touch controls are always touchy, and sensitive. I can barely play 3 button NES games on my Android. So this would be hell. At least for me.
     
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    I want that phone now
     
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    works like this on my phone for a while

    i got a HTC Desire HD

    gotta love android
     
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    N64oid does not require a galaxy SII to run many games at full speed, any device with a 800/1Ghz arm CPU and a powerVR SGX should work fine, for example my 150$ tablet (dropad A8) runs many N64 titles at full speed.
     
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    if im not wrogn there is a n64 emulator for iphone too
     
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    There is.
    I f*cking love it.
     
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    Right, but it broke on 4.2.1 and AFAIK Zodttd hasn't updated it yet, he claims he is working on it but its been quite a few months.
     
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    There is but I don't think it runs that flawlessly.
     
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    Yes it was pretty slow and with no sound, even if the iPhone/iPod touch (starting from 3GS and so on) is capable of running something like n64oid.
     
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    I have a Samsung Galaxy SII, and don't worry the Samsung Galaxy SII will be with three carriers in the USA soon.

    BTW: The Samsung Galaxy SII Rocks!!!
     
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    A massive improvement from the one I downloaded over a month ago. Shame I still can't get used to the touchscreen control especially for fast action games. Goldeneye plays decently and probably enough to show off to people on my HTC Sensation.
     
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    That's pretty goddamn awesome!

    Wasn't there some type of mod that allowed you to connect your Wii remote to the Android for this purpose?
     
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    Damn that's cool. Wish my HTC Evo could play N64 games like that...
     
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    Does it work? Like, work well?
     
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    Damn... that's pretty incredible.

    If I didn't hate touch screen controls, I may go out of my way to get this phone.
     
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    Ugh...virtual controls? That's a no-go for me.
     
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    yes, but it doesn't work with any HTC phones with sense, also a wii remote doesn't have an analog stick or enough buttons for a n64 emulator
     
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    I would normally berate you for linking to a YouTube video that links to a pirate site, but a lot of these emulators are ported over from GPL code without source from the publisher. Not sure about the state of this one.
     

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