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Discussion in 'Switch - Hacking & Homebrew' started by Setery, Jul 22, 2017.
you're really dedicated to this farce
I will be trying to replicate it.
you just made a account for this kid nightmare
Please, PLEASE wait until this is COMPLETELY disproven rather than 99.99% disproven before saying stuff like that.
My dreams are not that realistic and normally I don't remember them that well also I really haven't played NES Golf much at all so being able to recall EXACTLY how it looked like would be very odd.
I don't know if this matters but I think the joycons were disconnected from the system itself
Still got nothing
Honestly I believe a certain condition has to be met, but I need to figure out what that condition is.
I think I finally managed to reproduce it.
Just had to go to the window, grab the switch only by the joycons while i put it outside the window, then kickly press both joycons detach buttons. The NEs emulator appeared like magic in the screen
I just tried this (With a pillow on the ground outside the window of course, I'm not an idiot) and it worked! Been playing golf for around fifteen minutes now, only took a break to post this. I would record it, but I used the "overclocking RAM" microwave trick on my phone and sadly it wont boot now.
posted 1hour ago:
Source: --> https://twitter.com/ylws8/status/888791733638754306
I don't know any one that would see their game system do something completely different out of no where and not immediately grab their phone and even at least take a picture, never mind record a video.
If it was a weird glitch with something you were playing, maaaayybeee. But you had it on the home screen, then saw a game you don't even have nor the system itself even has, and you decide "eh, that's cool, I'll just play it?"
That wouldn't exactly be believable to any point that some one would actually investigate it and replicate it.
Add on top that the apparent requirements are "stay on the home screen?" Good luck finding some one, man.
What happens when gamers don't have games to play on their consoles.
i think they mean qlaunch (don't know what that is) has the same titleid as the flog titleid, they just don't know why
qlaunch may stand for quick launch?
Is there anywhere I can see everything discovered in the 3.0.0 update?
edit: nvm currently looking at some stuff.
The only things I can think of are
1. It's a thing nintendo forgot to take out
2. The OP's dreaming (i barely remember my dreams after 1 second of waking up, so if op remembers all that detail, idk.)
3. The OP's a clever troll that did some research
4. It's a little easter egg
5. Since qlaunch and flog have the same titleid, instead of qlaunch being ran, flog ran.
qlaunch can run under these parts
so perhaps the switch bugged out a bit or lagged, and it tried to run qlaunch but instead ran flog after a bit. another case is perhaps the op exited from news or system settings really quickly and then made it freak out and launch flog instead of qlaunch. i don't know how these things work so don't quote me on any of this