NES games on M3, a bit annyoing

Discussion in 'NDS - Emulation and Homebrew' started by ultrablade, Oct 1, 2006.

Oct 1, 2006
  1. ultrablade
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    Well, not to be perfect on anything, but is there any way you can run NES games on a flash card, full screen?

    Like there is unscaled, which has perfect quality, but it cuts right off the screen. Scaled, which takes up the whole screen (almost, more like widescreen seems), but very hard to read due to the words bring scrunched up and your character etc. looks a hella lot smaller. And there is unscaled (auto) which is like no different. [​IMG]

    I'm just wondering, is there a way that you can get full screen good quality?

    Thanks. [​IMG]

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    THANKS SOOOOOO MUCH WABO.

    Works perfect on M3 Lite.

    Kudos for you!!

    ultrablade
     
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    Just out of curiosity, are you actually able to save your game's state to your M3 Lite's microSD?
     
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    Member iza gbatemp, the new crack

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    yea, i was wondering that myself. do you have to create a .dat file for it? or how does it work exactly?
     
  6. ultrablade
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    I'm not sure, I see it like this, most NES games didn't have saving, so I just apply the same to my NES games on the NDS.

    It has fast foward, slow down, and all, very useful for those f**k-ups!

    Have fun all!

    ultrablade
     
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    When you save or do a savestate it creates a new file in the rom directory .srm and .sav if I recall correctly. No dat file required.
     
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    Is there a downloadable link that does not need registration?
     

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