Snes emulation through Gba slot ??

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  1. |HeLL|
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    i have this question since two weeks ago .... i know that NDS cant emulate snes ( or emulate crappy games )....
    its possible to run snes emulation using the slot 2 ( GBA ) ...
     
  2. Jakob95

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    Nintendo DS can emulate Snes... SnemulDS its a Snes emulator...
     
  3. Jamstruth

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    SNES on the DS is a lot better than SNES on Slot-2 (i.e. GBA) due to there being the right amount of buttons compared to the GBA where they had to improvise to do the X and Y buttons. SNEmulDS is the best emulator on DS. It runs most games quite well (Mario World etc.) although cannot run the 3D games such as Starfox. It hasn't been updated since some time last year though.

    You may be thinking of NES on the DS. I think that the GBA NES emulators are more reliable and have a higher compatibility than NesDS
     
  4. flash332

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    I use SnemulDS but the games I try to play doesn't run well enough, too many graphical glitches.
    But I recently bought a EZ-Flash V 3-in-1 to play GBA games, will snemulds work better with the ram expansion?

    Off:
    Can anyone give me the link to download the DS Opera Browser?

    Thanks.
     
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  6. Jamstruth

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    I'm afraid that SNEmulDS is a far from complete emulator and unfortunately it seems to have been abandoned. It does not work any better with the RAM expansion as the RAM expansion just allows it to run ROMs >4mb better as it does not have to stream it.


    The DS Opera Browser is a commercial ROM and we are not allowed to give out links to such files on the forum (even if we do discuss hacking them and cheating on them etc. a lot) Just search it wherever it is you usually get your DS ROMs
     
  7. fearofshorts

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    Umm... I think he may have been talking about ds slot-2 carts. You know, the older generation. Not slot-1.
    And (if this IS what you wanted) there is actually an emulator for the snes that can ONLY run from slot-2. Pity I can't remember the name...
     
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    @OP: You tried google yet?
     
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    SnezziDS. It works pretty well, though sound isn't the greatest. It's a decent alternative to SNEmulDS, though I'd try it only when you can't get SNEmulDS to play a game correctly.
     
  10. flash332

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    Ok, sorry, I actually tought it was kind of a homebrew.

    But when I searched for it, I just found the DSi Opera browser, which is included when you buy the DSi, right?
    Anyway, if I download the DSi opera browser, will it work with the DSL?

    Thanks.
     
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    why not play snes on a PC?
     
  12. agentgamma

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    DSi programs only work on DSi.
     
  13. Another World

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    From Where???
     
  14. emupaul

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    why simple, more options and mobile game play, some people don't want to lug around a laptop even though net-books are now available..not quite pocket size.

    that question you asked was moot anyway. next.

    Ds is very handy and so is the dingoo especially for kids, and people like me even though I do not personally own a ds or dsi or any handheld for that matter. However that will soon change...
     
  15. shinnyuuya

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    a netbook/notebook can play snes with bigger screen. but in addition, u have to carry a bigger item (the netbook/notebook itself of course), and u have to wait for some time to play it.

    a DS/DSl/DSi can play snes on smaller screen. but u only have to carry a smaller item (the DS itself of course), and u don't have to wait for a long time to play it.