1. lordelan

    lordelan GBAtemp Psycho!
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    With the source code available, SM64 is becoming the new Doom now as it seems.
     
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  2. Rail Fighter

    Rail Fighter GBAtemp Fan
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    It's sad that it was built by a XDA member and not a GBAtemp mnember.
     
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  3. Dartz150

    Dartz150 Yet another Onii-chan
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    People should stop spreading misinformation about that SM64 ports are possible because of the Gigaleaks. Any port will NEVER use the leaked sources because that would be ilegal, the code used for any port was fully decompiled way before the leaks and a lot of work was involved doing that.
     
  4. subcon959

    subcon959 teh retro
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    It was fun using termux to build the apk and it actually runs really well..

    [​IMG]
     
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    android, lol
     
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  7. depaul

    depaul GBAtemp Advanced Fan
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    Now why is Super Mario 64 suddenly everywhere in the news !:blink:
     
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  8. Tom Bombadildo

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    Compiled it after seeing the news post on XDA, ran pretty well on my S8. I probably wouldn't play it with touch controls, but otherwise the port is nice if a bit basic.

    Can't wait for SM64 to become the new Doom, I wanna play SM64 on my future toaster!
     
  9. Ericzander

    Ericzander Ya-yo, ya-yo! Dreamin'!
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    I know the instructions provided by github and this thread are easy enough to follow, but I made a video tutorial last night on how to do it as well. This should be helpful to people who need to see it before attempting it.

     
  10. tommasi

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    Why this game is so hyped?? I really do t understand what’s the big deal about it.
     
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  11. xenocard

    xenocard GBAtemp Regular
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    every port i have are one click away to run on each device, you live in a cave? go out and breath some year 2020 Air

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    - its the 35th anniversary for its release
    - its the first real fully 3D game of its kind, every 3D Platformer that came after copied it
    - its Mario?
    - 3D All Stars have a Vanilla Mario 64 Port with sluggish camera and controls
    - Community Port looks and plays up to new Generation 3D Games Standards, complete with Visual Upgrades

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    i have it, problem there are too many Mods, so i made 6 Versions, still cant decide which one i want to keep

    you can compile it yourself with 1 click

    all you need is sm64pcBuilder2 from this website https://sm64pc.info/
    and the Rom [Google: Mario 64 rom] click first link you see

    the builder will show you links to download prerequisites
    you can have your PC game in 10 minutes after compile
     
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  12. Aew4life

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    Works amazing with ps4 controller
     
  13. sonicvssilver22

    sonicvssilver22 You're myself, I'm yourself
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    "Also coming soon to Etch A Sketch, Motorola pagers, and your Samsung smart refridgerator"

    Truly, it is becoming the new Doom/Skyrim being ported to every console imaginable
     
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  16. FAST6191

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    People should stop spreading such notions because they are factually incorrect.

    Plenty of leaked code has been used to make ports and do fun things. Makes it harder to distribute but not like the internet has not had anonymous and takedown resistant methods of data transfer for decades now. Catching a programmer admitting to it is a bit like asking people if they touch themselves at night in the sorts of ratios of "no, I would rather cut my hand off" to actual reality but... actually that analogy fits pretty well.

    Equally just because something is decompiled does not make it legit to use. Assuming it is not cleanroom reverse engineered (and this was anything but that) and you can still find yourself landed with a nice cease and desist, or copyright lawsuit, all the same.

    My bigger concern would be if people assume "oh it is just leaked code" they might miss out on what decompilation is able to do these days (it is still high end programmer fare, even without the possibility of inline assembly, and the sort of thing we see phds written on but... able to achieve something for C in way more than hello world and here are a few functions with stdlib that it was but a few years earlier, and getting better with no real end in sight right now).
     
  17. LDAsh

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    I managed to build the PC version and, while the framerate and responsiveness was lovely indeed - the lack of display and control options didn't make it worthwhile, in my opinion. I just deleted it and will stick with emulators.

    As for Android port (compiled on PC), well, I got stuck on configuring Java and the SDK and other dependencies. Console told me to edit a file that did not exist, and I ran out of patience and reached the conclusion that I'd probably have the same impression of it on Android as I did on PC. So, I just deleted everything...

    Maybe one day when (if) the project has those display and control options baked in, I'll try again.
     
  18. Kwyjor

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    It might be bigger in terms of the size of the game, but OoT reuses a lot of code from Mario 64 and I wouldn't be surprised if there are further developments sooner than 2022.

    But in the end it's still the same game with the same levels that people have been playing for almost 25 years already via emulation or otherwise. I agree, there is too much hype.
     
  19. raxadian

    raxadian GBAtemp Advanced Maniac
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    While the tools to do this kind of tedious tasks have improved, it still requires going every line of code to fix bugs, then playtest then fix more bugs.

    It technically could be done by the end of next year, but it depends on how muxh time for the job they have avaliable.
     
  20. Shalashaska98

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    Good job, yet I'll pass while it can be safe, installing APKs is risky.. I mean even some apps on google play have viruses..
     
  21. The Frenchman

    The Frenchman GBAtemp Advanced Fan
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    and on dreamcast



    Gotta love Trucker Mario
     
  22. wurstpistole

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    Are you lost?
     
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  23. tommasi

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    Who cares! People are stuck in the past. Crash was way better game than this garbage.
    I enjoyed playing “Penguin Adventure“ more than playing Mario 64
     
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