Searching for an emulator that can run lsdj.

Discussion in 'NDS - Emulation and Homebrew' started by test84, Nov 10, 2011.

Nov 10, 2011
  1. test84
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    Hi,

    I used Lameboy 0.09 to 0.12 but none of them work OK with lsdj, they all have sound bugs. Is there a GB[C] emulator for NDS that can play lsdj flawlessly?

    -tnx
     
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    http://littlesounddj.wikia.com/wiki/LSDj_on_Nintendo_DS

    Hope this will satisfy your needs.
     
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    Nope, lameboy is the best slot-1 emulator for gameboy games, you can only expect worse results with other emu's. I read several times that there are sound bugs, it might help if you fast forward it if you encounter a sound bug. Some people said that works, but I don't really believe it because I get a lot of sound bugs in normal games if I fast forward.
     
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    flawlessly, maybe imposable with, emulators

    to get it to work flawlessly, run it on REAL GB hardware
    that should work best
     
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    no, that would be erasing the problem.
     
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    What about GBA emulators? Do I have better chance with them?
     
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    There are apparently some versions of the LSDJ rom that are more friendly with the "Goomba" emulator for the GBA. You'd probably want to use Goomba and not Goomba Color because only the former has savestates for saving. Try searching Google for "LSDJ Google" to get some more information on it. The PocketHeaven forums (specifically the Goomba section) might also have a few threads on it.
     
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    Would the same work with Kid Dracula, or am I out of luck on that one?
     
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    After HOURS messing with my G6 lite to make it work again ... I had the same bug with a goomba version of lsdj and goomba, damn. the same bug of one tone being stretched to forever.
     

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