N64 Emulator for Gamecube?

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  1. Louse76
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    Louse76 GBAtemp Advanced Fan

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    I saw a couple of "ports" for Mario 64, Mario Kart 64, etc to Gamecube, but is there an actual emulator that will allow me to load ROMs onto one disc and play them like the available NES, SNES, etc emulators?

    Thx.
     
  2. laurenz

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    No.
     
  3. Louse76
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    No?

    And how do they go about making these "ports"? Is it something that a normal person can do, or do you need extensive knowledge and hacking experience?
     
  4. lenselijer

    lenselijer GBAtemp Advanced Maniac

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    you create a .iso from the zelda collector's edition game for the gamecube.

    then you open it with a tool called gc-tool 1.2 and you can replace the .n64 zelda rom file with one of your own.
    actually all the vc games work using this way: mario 64, mariokart, starfox etcetera...
     
  5. jespertje

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    Go to this site for a guide: http://modthatcube.pxn-os.com/content/emulators.htm download gc-tool here: http://www.tehskeen.net/modules/Downloads/...file.php?id=317 and download the american version (1) here: http://modthatcube.pxn-os.com/content/files/emu/pdx_gc64.zip and download the european version (2) here: http://modthatcube.pxn-os.com/content/file...u/exp-n64v2.rar remember that the compatibly is very low and you have to experiment with the extensions. .z64 does work the most of the time (again from the few games that work).The emus also can't save and you have to pick an europe rom for the european version of the emulator and you have to pick an american rom for the american version of the emulator. If you want the gamenames in gcos you have to hexedit the names otherwise you get the same name for every game on your dvd. From the Mario games only super mario 64 and mario kart 64 work but as I said before they don't save so you can't go far with super mario 64. Mario kart 64 multiplayer works perfect so I should go for that game. Thats all I have to say about the emus. You don't have to make one yourself, you can also search for torrents because there's one that has mario kart 64 and super mario 64 combined into one burnable cd with a decent download speed. But that's your choice.