Emulation NooDS - Nintendo DS emulator for Vita

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As with gbatemp temporary mode this thread got deleted, im creating it again.


https://github.com/Hydr8gon/NooDS

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The goal of NooDS is to be a fast and portable Nintendo DS emulator. It's not quite there speed-wise, but it does offer most other features that you might expect from a DS emulator. It even supports GBA backwards compatability! I'm doing this for fun and as a learning experience, and also because I'm a huge fan of the DS. It may not be a worthy competitor for the other DS emulators just yet, but I believe that I can get it there someday. If not, that's fine too; like I said, I'm just having fun!


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https://github.com/Hydr8gon/NooDS/releases
 

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Definitely gonna try this out when I get home. gba compatibility.. like slot 2 support for games like Pokemon on the DS?
 

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Definitely gonna try this out when I get home. gba compatibility.. like slot 2 support for games like Pokemon on the DS?
Yes, it supports "inserting" GBA carts in NDS mode for things such as transferring Pokemon, and it actually plays GBA games as well. If we're talking about the Vita version though, it's still very slow!
 

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