Portable Pokémon Mini Emulator 0.4.3

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Dec 24, 2010
  1. Another World
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    Portable Pokémon Mini Emulator 0.4.3
    NDS Homebrew
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    Justburner has released a new build of the multi-platform Pokemon Mini EMU. Please see the change log and project post for more information.



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  2. RupeeClock

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    Oh my, I miss my old Pokémon Mini.
    I should check this out.

    It's a tad slow but playable, I wonder how had it can really be to emulate the system?
     
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    I had one of these, in fact I still have one [​IMG]!

    Those were the days.. where I played it endlessly [​IMG]
     
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    Well I don't have my old pokémon mini any more, that's the problem.
    Besides if you can get Gameboy Color games (8mhz) running full speed on a DS flashcart, I'm sure Pokémon Mini (4mhz) can easily be full speed, with some simple optimisation.
    Then again, might be an architecture thing or something, I dunno.
     
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    i've just uploaded 44 pokemon mini homebrew projects. some of them require actual hardware. i haven't tried to get any working on this emu yet.

    http://filetrip.net/c1169-Other-systems.html

    i labeled them all as "title" (Pokemon Mini)

    enjoy,
    -another world
     
  7. Etalon

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    Are these Pokémon Minis rare..? I could only find one at eBay USA -- 25 $ without shipping.

    I like the idea. Seems to be the 'Dwarf Fortress' of all consoles... [​IMG]
     
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    My purple Pokemon Mini was the greatest $15 I've ever spent on video game hardware (I got one at Pokemon Rocks America 2005 at Navy Pier). Yeah, there's barely any games, but it's so freaking tiny and packed with features and runs on a AAA battery for Pete's sake [​IMG] (and I love that screen
     
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    I love my Pokemon Mini. I bought a Flashcard & Linker just to experience Shizzle on real hardware. It was worth the 70$. B)

    The main problem with emulation probably is that few people really care.

    If you like the Pokemon Mini, check out the Game King! Capability-wise it's a pretty similar system though it has even less pixels (48*32! O.o) and you'll have to do some work to get a Flashcard and Roms...
     
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    Weeeeeeeeeeeee! finaly an serius emulator for nds is here pokemon mini, yes. [​IMG]

    i just tryed this emulator in my ARDSi is curtesly worked and the officials some roms tested by me

    1. pichu bros. (J) (Tested and work)
    2. pokemon mini party (E) (Tested and work)
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