NES Files Directly

Discussion in 'NDS - Emulation and Homebrew' started by jakeruston, Aug 14, 2007.

  1. jakeruston
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    Hi,

    I was wondering, is there any NES Emulators that can play the files directly instead of packing all the games into an NDS file? I have 1000+ NES games but when I pack it into a NDS file, it is like 150 meg and it doesn't load correctly.
     
  2. lagman

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  3. jakeruston
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  4. lagman

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    hmm no, you put NesDS.nds on your card then you put some nes files anywhere on your card and that's it.
     
  5. jakeruston
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    Wow, I must have been using an old version or something then.

    Thanks.
     
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    sounds like you've tried pocketnes or something [​IMG] Like I Used on gba... [​IMG]
    good luck!
     
  7. DanTheManMS

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    With the older versions of NES DS, you had to package the games in if you wanted to run them from a slot-1 card or any card not supported by the old pre-DLDI libfat. Of course, since the DS only has 4 MB of RAM, you had to make sure each compilation was smaller than 3-4 MB or else it would crash. The newer DLDI version however is simpler - just patch it and use it to launch *.nes games on your card.