Sierra Games on a DS?

Discussion in 'NDS - Emulation and Homebrew' started by niclicious, Dec 13, 2006.

  1. niclicious
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    niclicious Member

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    what about emulation of window's 95 or whatever king's quest, police quest, space quest, leisure suit larry and codename: iceman.

    would that even be reasonable? apple os7 runs on a ds (slowly) right? could you actually run program like a game in an emulation?

    any info anyone?
     
  2. Firon

    Firon GBAtemp Regular

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    Well, if someone made an AGI/SCI interpreter for the DS, it could be possible. Especially for the earlier games.
    There's already a free SCI0 interpreter called FreeSCI, so all someone needs to do is port that. Newer games that use SCI1 would be more difficult, I don't know if there is a free SCI1 interpreter.

    Edit: FreeSCI sorta supports SCI1 (but not that well yet) too AND it has been ported to the GP32, so an ARM-based port is already available. I guess that would make it a little easier to bring to the DS.
     
  3. FAST6191

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  4. niclicious
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    hell's yea, no i just need to get a supercard micro to play it right? i have a ds and a ninjapassx9 and a ds-x..Ill finish reading the page...thank for the link fast6191!!!
     
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