Super Mario Kart (snes)

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  1. lokomelo
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    lokomelo Edson Arantes do Nascimento

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    Finally it is possible!!! Play Super Mario Kart on DSTWO!!!

    I use the fallowing files:

    SFC EMU v1.07 Unofficial - emulator
    Super Mario Kart (U) [!].smc - rom name

    Configurations:

    Other:
    CPU Frequence: 5
    Video/Audio:
    Sound Enable: Off
    Graphic: Display Mode 2 (good for races, bad for menus, bad minimap)
    Display Mode 0 (not so good for races, full menus, full minimap)

    I've played 50cc mushroom cup with no problems at all (besides the lack of sound)

    Edit: The auto save feature (present in the original game) works well
     
  2. MasterPenguin

    MasterPenguin GBAtemp Fan

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    Wait I fail [​IMG]
     
  3. Langin

    Langin GBAtemp's kpop addict

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    Yes it works indeed ,good work sir!

    Ill try Mario RPG, too bad! Not working
     
  4. lokomelo
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    lokomelo Edson Arantes do Nascimento

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    The work is not mine... I just read GBATemp Review... there's a lot of usefull information there...
     
  5. Tanas

    Tanas GBAtemp Addict

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    It does work, but speed wise I wouldnt exactly call it playable.
     
  6. Recorderdude

    Recorderdude Musician, Animator, Buffoon.

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    From a compatibility list on another site which I cannot mention, It gets a LOT faster after the sword falls for whatever reason.
     
  7. I am r4ymond

    I am r4ymond PFE

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  8. cambridge_red

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    Still reaaaaaalllly slow playing, not sure where I am going wrong with this. I am starting to lose hope and can't wait for the 3ds and some decent hardware..
     
  9. BassAceGold

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    The trick to getting Mario Kart running at playable speeds is to disable audio before you get in a race, preferably at the title screen. I find if you disable audio in a race it still lags as if audio.
     
  10. goncalodoom

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    thank you so much for updating this emulator BassAceGold! its better than ever and i am able to play my favourite snes games without freezes and at full speed
     
  11. Xarsah16

    Xarsah16 GBATemp's Official Village Dingus/Idiot

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    So if Mario Kart is working, does this mean other games with the advanced processor chip are working too? I'm specifically asking about Street Fighter II - The World Warrior. If you want to perform a test of that, if you could, that would be awesome!! [​IMG] I want to know how it runs before I get a Supercard DSTwo. (I have an Acekard... I'd be investing in the supercard specifically for SFII.)
     
  12. Rydian

    Rydian Resident Furvert™

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    Different enhancement chips work differently... the one in Mario Kart's so... "unspecial" that many people don't even realize it has one.
     
  13. Xarsah16

    Xarsah16 GBATemp's Official Village Dingus/Idiot

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    Ahh, I thought they were the same in each game, stupid me [​IMG]

    If anyone can test SFII, though, that would be great. I tried it on SNESemulDS but it didn't run properly, obviously. I'm currently reduced to the mediocre GB port using Lameboy and I really love Street Fighter...

    Also... in all these games, will the X+Y buttons on the DS function just like the X+Y buttons on the SNES controller in the emulator?
     
  14. YayMii

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    Why would they not function as the X and Y buttons on the SNES controller?

    SSF2T:HF and SSF2:TNC both work fine on the newest BAGSFC (unofficial DStwo SNES mod). Alpha 2 lags a lot though. Haven't tried the SF2:TWW though.
    Correction: Street Fighter Alpha 2 doesn't lag if set to CPU frequency 5, sound off.