1. samsam12

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    i was playing wario ware: mega micro games, and i was wondering if a motion sensing mode could be used in wario ware: twisted as i has a built-in motion sensore.
     
  2. Trolly

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    Technically, yeah. But to be honest, it wouldn't work very well. And no-one would really bother doing it. I'm not sure how simple or difficult it is though, it might be just a simple "assign motion-sensing to a certain control on the gba", or it might be almost impossible, as the commands built into the ROM are probably incredibly complicated when it comes down to motion-sensing (physics-based). Also, I don't know many cases of DS hacking being done outside of translation and patches, so this would mean a further step into the DS' coding.

    Just don't think it's worth the trouble.
     
  3. raulpica

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    Uhhhh... Are you saying that you want to use Motion in Wario Ware: Mega Micro Games, or that you want to just play Wario Ware: Twisted with an emulator that emulates motion? If it's the latter, try NO$GBA.

    Edit: Why is this in Wii - Hacking? [​IMG]
     
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    I think he's asking if possible on the Wii version of the VBA emulator.
     
  5. raulpica

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    Oh. Then it's a no-no, it's still not supported.
     
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