ROM Hack N3ds only game to O3ds

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hi can i play Super Street Fighter II: The New Challengers which is n3ds only game on o3ds?
im talking for the offical release not injection.
New 3ds has better hardware than old 3ds. that's why. Old 3ds runs roughly 254mhz. New 3ds can run at 804mhz (think it's mhz) it's a physical limitation.
 

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Try running on SNES emulator that run on o3ds, i forgot the name but there is one modded for Old 3DS.
 

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Yes.

At 10fps. Use FBI to launch, :toot:
N3ds physically has more cores. It will just crash, along with all n3ds exclusive games. @TheGreek Boy just use the standalone snes9x emulator, it should run it at full speed: https://gbatemp.net/threads/snes9x-for-old-3ds.435568/

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New 3ds has better hardware than old 3ds. that's why. Old 3ds runs roughly 254mhz. New 3ds can run at 804mhz (think it's mhz) it's a physical limitation.
To add onto this, the snes vc emulator on n3ds has near perfect accuracy to an original snes, which requires more hardware to run and synch perfectly. Since snes9x ditches accuracy for speed, games run much faster, though there will be some things that don't perfectly line up with an original super Nintendo. Mainly that if you hooked up the same inputs to the snes vc and an original snes, both games would be in exactly the same place no matter what you do. Snes9x on the other hand might be out of synch, such as Mario missing a goomba or a jump. Not noticeable to the average player, but a big deal for nintendo.
 

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N3ds physically has more cores. It will just crash, along with all n3ds exclusive games. @TheGreek Boy just use the standalone snes9x emulator, it should run it at full speed: https://gbatemp.net/threads/snes9x-for-old-3ds.435568/

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To add onto this, the snes vc emulator on n3ds has near perfect accuracy to an original snes, which requires more hardware to run and synch perfectly. Since snes9x ditches accuracy for speed, games run much faster, though there will be some things that don't perfectly line up with an original super Nintendo. Mainly that if you hooked up the same inputs to the snes vc and an original snes, both games would be in exactly the same place no matter what you do. Snes9x on the other hand might be out of synch, such as Mario missing a goomba or a jump. Not noticeable to the average player, but a big deal for nintendo.
It won't crash - majority of N3DS games will work on a Old 3DS, just won't run at any reasonable speed. SNES emulator definitely works, if you want. So, uh, yeah.
 
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It won't crash - majority of N3DS games will work on a Old 3DS, just won't run at any reasonable speed. SNES emulator definitely works, if you want.
Proof? Im not saying i dont believe you, ive just never seen a n3ds game run on an o3ds. Im pretty sure they just don't boot period, and the only reason you can kind of see what it's like is because an o3ds can slow down to an o3ds clockspeed.
 
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There are two snes emulators that work on o3ds, one is called blargsnes, and i think its not being worked on any more, and the other is called SNES9X for 3DS from @bubble2k16 which would be your best bet, try it out.
 
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