I have an R4, what other emulators can someone suggest?

Discussion in 'NDS - Emulation and Homebrew' started by LWares87, May 18, 2012.

  1. LWares87

    LWares87 GBAtemp Advanced Maniac

    Oct 19, 2008
    I currently have WoodR4 v1.47 installed on my R4DS, but I haven't got an expansion pak though. Although... I do have NesDS v1.1b and LameBoy v0.12 on my Micro SD.

    I wish to ask, what other emulators are available that I could use?
  2. Skelletonike

    Skelletonike ♂ ♥ Gallant Pervert ♥ ♀

    Dec 26, 2008
    Steam City
    I use PicoDrive, Lameboy and SnesmulDS, most games work great on them. =3
  3. Luigi2012SM64DS

    Luigi2012SM64DS G-old member

    Aug 27, 2011
    SNEmulDS and jEnesisDS
    are good
    edit: filetrip i demand you make my jEnesisDS lead to the filetrip page!!
  4. emigre

    emigre An electric type pokemons

    Jan 28, 2009
    United States
    jEnesisDS is okish, the games tend to run fine bar the scaling of the screen, which always irritated me. NeoDs (Neo 'motherfucker ' Geo) is actually pretty good. Games tend to run at a good speed, though setting the emulator up can be a bit intimidating. As it can be a length process.

    Regarding SnesmulDS, I would have to disagree with Skelletonike. It's not very good. Compatibility is hit and miss at best. It was only I bought a PSP, I realised how SNES emulation (or emulation in general) is on the DS.
  5. Another World

    Another World Emulate the Planet!

    Former Staff
    Jan 3, 2008
    From Where???
    neods (NeoGeo arcade/home), nesds, lameboy, dsdoom (doom1, 2, etc), quakeds, 1943ds, bombjackds, ds1942, dspack (plays about 80 different arcade games), knytt stories ds, another world ds, scummvm ds, solomon ds, s8ds (SMS, GG), PokeMini for NDS (emulates pokemon mini handheld games and homebrew), DSx86 (DOS games), msxDS (MSX1, MSX2 and MSX2+), A5200DS (Atari 5200), A7800DS (Atari 7800).

    some of what i suggested only "emulate" one aspect of gaming, such as doom or the game another world, but all are worth checking out.

    also read THIS entire thread for more information on ds emulation.

    -another world
  6. LWares87

    LWares87 GBAtemp Advanced Maniac

    Oct 19, 2008
    I tried JEnesisDS before, but the scaling wasn't perfect as it would be in Sonic Classic Collection.

    As for SNEmulDS, I wouldn't say it's that good with compatibility at the moment

    Like I already said, I've got NesDS and LameBoy which work quite well. To be honest, I should really invest in a second-hand PSP.
  7. LWares87

    LWares87 GBAtemp Advanced Maniac

    Oct 19, 2008
    I think mednafen should be ported to NDS, as it would be the best of both worlds then.
  8. Kaoid

    Kaoid GBAtemp Regular

    Feb 29, 2012
    id reccommend dsx86 as well. i have windows 3.0 with multimedia extentions 1.0 running on my ds now. id also reccomend lameboy ds and nesds too.
  9. LWares87

    LWares87 GBAtemp Advanced Maniac

    Oct 19, 2008
    I'll give DSx86 a go, just for a laugh to see it working and then I can edit the autoexec to boot into windows instantly. Like I did once with a virtual machine through VMWare.

    I have lameboy, nesds and s8ds on my sd card to use through WoodR4. Although... I seriously can't be bothered with either JenesisDS or SnemulDS for obvious reasons, due to issues with scaling and incompatibility. Also, I don't have a expansion pak to support the extra memory to run larger games.

    Anyway... we seriously need Mednafen ported to the NDS, but it would have to be built from scratch though, due to compatibility issues and restrictions.
  10. Janthran

    Janthran Solarian

    Sep 17, 2011
    United States
    The Pacific Northwet
    Sorry, what?
  11. iSubaru

    iSubaru Kitsune

    Apr 14, 2009
    I would add "HOLD IT" before that xD

    Another World - there is no Atari 2600 or Commodore Amiga emulator for DS? :(
    At least if I recall there is River Raid for Atari 5200...
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