Saving NES games..

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Dec 12, 2006

Saving NES games.. by Verocity at 10:29 PM (940 Views / 0 Likes) 6 replies

  1. Verocity
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    I am using nesDS and have put the rom onto my EZ4 Deluxe using EZ Client, so there is a .sav file with the exact name. And the rom plays and works gine. Im just not sure how to save them, is there a button combination or something that I have to do?
     
  2. FAST6191

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    nesDS does not support saving (it loads them from the SRAM if they are present mind), there was a new version made bu another author that does support saving but I will not work with the EZ4. Fortunately the GBA code emulators pocketnes and HVCA are damn good so I suggest using them instead.
     
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    alright thanks man! ill try it tomorrow and let you know..
     
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    As a general rule, you don't want to use EZ4Client on homebrew. To get a .sav file for it just copy and rename one of your other .sav files.
     
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    Alright thanks, is there any other emulator like pocketnes for the SNES because i love my snes games?..mm street fighter.
     
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    For what it is worth street fighter was one of the first GBA ports (alpha 3 and II turbo ported).
    There are three SNES emulators for the DS in existance, none will provide you with a flawless experience but they are pretty good:
    SNESDS:
    The oldest of the lot, port of SNES Advance and sports fair compatibility and speed.
    http://www.eng.utah.edu/~tew/snesDS/

    SnezziDS:
    Argueably the best of the bunch, port/branch of snezziboy (GBA code SNES emu).
    http://wiki.pocketheaven.com/SnezziDS

    SnesemulDS:
    Snesemul is a old PC emu and as this is a port, consequently it has the best compatibility overall but the speed is not very good.
    http://snemul.free.fr/ds/

    As for saving in emulators/homebrew this thread is worth a read: http://ezflash.sosuke.com/viewtopic.php?t=2801
     
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    Thanks FAST your the man, so wise...[​IMG]
     

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