no$gba 2.4 released

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  1. shaunj66
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    no$gba 2.4 released

    GBA DS emulator








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    Version 2.4 of the great no$gba has been released. Here's what's new:
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    Credit goes to dualscreenman for the screenshot!



     


  2. dualscreenman

    dualscreenman GBAtemp Fan

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    Oooh... my screeny got used. Nice.

    Anyway, further compatibility/glitch reports along with more screenshots are in this thread.

    On a related note, ROMs don't have to be encrypted to be run in the emulator.
     
  3. Icarus

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    Mario looks like he's on crack on that screenshot [​IMG]
     
  4. Akotan

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    That's good news indeed! But... now I got the real thing! So long NDSes emulators! ([​IMG])
     
  5. azoreseuropa

    azoreseuropa GBAtemp Guru

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    this emulator rocks!
     
  6. anime5ever

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    how day get save to work i keep getting a weird error [​IMG]
     
  7. AlBa

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    same save problem in here, tried importing .sav (SC format) in battery, slot and rom's dir, no go.
     
  8. amptor

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    looks nice, shareware? I remember when no$gmb was free but you had to pay to use it lmao. I still don't understand emulating a portable system, although... it is useful for development. there's still a lot of rom beggers looking for the free way out, but they kinda forget that their desktop PC was not indeed free and cost more money than a nintendo ds. Last time I bought a DS, it cost me $60 [​IMG]
     
  9. Louse76

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    I'll pay $70 for it! [​IMG]

    Anyone know if Brain Age works on this? I know some people who need it!!
     
  10. ChrisMCNBVA

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    I only have 3 roms Mario Kart, Super Princess Peach and Ultimate Spider-man, and none of them work on the emulator, do I have to have special settings to play the games?
     
  11. teonintyfive

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    What are the options Dualscreenman used? I can't run SuperMario64 DS.
     
  12. Lumstar

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    Bah. Until at least one emulator author gets off their lazy *** and supports the Classic NES series, GBA emulation is still way off from being as accurate as it should be. I wish somebody would take the MAME approach to create a GBA emulator focused on accuracy.
     
  13. spokenrope

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    1 - We don't have filters here. You can say "ass."

    2 - Go play your classic NES series games on an NES emulator.

    3 - But good job being condescending to the programmers who provide you with a product developed in their free time without asking you anything in return.

    4 - Go make me a sandwich.
     
  14. dualscreenman

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    Set savetype to 8KB EEPROM.
     
  15. Lumstar

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    What's worst are the NES and Pokemon scenes. The NES scene unlike those for absolutely every other console, allows bad dumps to spread rampantly, thousands need to be nuked.

    And the Pokemon scene? Well, even legendary ROM hackers refuse to touch the games just because of n00bs. There is so much potential of innovation storylines, graphics, and level design. The editing tools are there for nearly all versions too. How many unfinished hacks can you name compared to full ones on this series in particular? Exactly. It's the game series with the highest dropout rate of hackers, despite its vast popularity.

    I normally handle SNES myself. That community is likely the most respectful to actual newbies.
     
  16. makwillownu

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    Yay this emulator rocks! well is good enough for now. [​IMG]
     
  17. anime5ever

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    how'd ya do that? [​IMG]
     
  18. bobrules

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    Hate how it can't read clean rom.
     
  19. Scorpin200

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    This emulator is never going to work properly anytime soon, and if it does it won't play at an acceptable level enough to enjoy it fully. The only 100% way of playing the games it to buy the real thing, and experience it like it was meant to.

    P.S emulation is pretty much dead now anyways.
     
  20. GexX2

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    Ya, now its all flashcarts/backups. Hopefully the emulation scene gets a boost when we learn how to homebrew-ize the wii. Maybe even the PS3 if Sony would give linux access to its graphics card =.=