Questions regarding new 3DS homebrew

Discussion in '3DS - Homebrew Development and Emulators' started by CeeDee, Dec 12, 2015.

  1. CeeDee
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    I am planning on purchasing a new 3DS soon, and know what some homebrew runs best on the new 3DS.

    So, now that I'm upgrading, what do you suggest I can be able to do now? What emulators or homebrew run much better than on the old 3DS? Can I run Genesis fullspeed? CD and 32x? SNES? GBA? N64? PS1?

    Thank you!
     
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  2. SANNIC789

    SANNIC789 GBAtemp Advanced Fan

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    uhh n64 is not a thing and PS1 ARE YOU KIDING ME and 32 cd idk if sega cd games work or 32 yet!! snes runs just fine on old 3ds gba use mgba and n3ds u shode be fine
     
  3. Uziskull

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    At the moment, I believe only SNES, NES, GB/GBC and some arcade games run at full speed. From what I've tested, blargSnes is the only one to run full speed games, and only some GBA games can be run at full speed (tested with mGBA).
    I have an O3DS 9.5.

    EDIT: That said, I think most emulators run fullspeed in a N3DS.
     
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  4. chaoszerobillion

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    N64 and ps1 emulators ARE a thing now.
     
  5. duffmmann

    duffmmann GBAtemp Psycho!

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    As proof of concepts, not actual emulators anyone is actually using.
     
  6. SLiV3R

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    PS1 is near perfect when played 9.2 as CIA.

    N64 is not even a thing yet.
     
  7. chaoszerobillion

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    I could've sworn I saw a n64 thread here, but I do know that the ps1 emulator isn't just a proof of concept.