Is there a more recent SNES emulator?

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Oct 23, 2010
  1. Rokku
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    I've tried good old (and I mean OLD) SNEmulDS and the even worse SNES DS, and neither one of them play my games well.

    Is there any more recent SNES emulator with better compatibility?
     
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    SNEmulDS is the best one out there i think.
    If you don't have a DSTWO (supercard ds two) that have a extra processor and a built in snes/gba emulator.
     
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    I don't HAVE a DSTWO.
     
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    Then you are out of luck unless someone feels the need to pick SNEmulDS back up.
     
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    get a supercard two trust me it's better then those snes piece's of flaming crap.
     
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    So what you're telling me is that I have to pay who knows how much to get an SNES emulator that will play Final Fantasy IV. God damn it.
     
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    $35.

    Now all of you bow down to your god, bitches.
     
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    I lol'd.

    But yes, the Supercard's emulator actually has updates in it's future, unlike all the others.
     
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    yes but the supercard dstwo will also play gba roms which no other card can
     
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    Well I guess I'll just use my TT for DS games...
     
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    Hrmm, somewhat off-topic, but can this GBA emulator button-map? If not, it's terrible if your shoulder buttons are broken (not just dirty, actually broken).
     
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    Solution....buy a Supercard dstwo
     
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    The iPlayer is also able to emulate some GBA games too.
     
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    I have the best SNES emulator ever concieved. A SNES.

    But seriously, if you have a PSP there's a fairly decent SNES emulator for it which I use for games that are ridiculously rare or expensive to the point where I can't acquire them for my real SNES.

    Gotta give credit for the mighty Super Nintendo though. Some of the greatest games ever created, and you can hit it full force with a hammer and it'll still work without incident. I swear mine's danced in the blue flame, it is immortal. Had it for well over a decade and it's like new. Makes me smile knowing my dad paid a fortune for his PS3 and it breaks down constantly while I got my SNES cheap and it's been working fine all this time.
     

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