TG-16 emulator help.

Discussion in 'Wii - Emulation and Homebrew' started by Korudo, Jul 12, 2009.

  1. Korudo
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    Is there a TG-16 emulator that supports SDHC and save states anywhere? Looking for a channel if possible.
     
  2. dudenator

    dudenator King of the Carts

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    no i dont thinks so use google it is your friend.
     
  3. Korudo
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    kevenz GBAtemp Regular

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    hugo support sdhc

    wiiengine support sdhc via a mod someone made in this forum.
     
  5. bobdigi84

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    does anyone know how to make the turbo cd games work on an emulator for the wii? I have a decent selection of games but they are iso's with a bunch of mp3's and a .toc file. I cant figure out how to make them work.
    thanks.
     
  6. mahern4

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    Download wiiengine from wiibrew. It has a read me file and a small program to use to let you play tgcd games.
     
  7. lonegreyride

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    Yeah, I use WiiEngine on an SDHC card, and like someone said, it was a mod from here... shouldn't be too hard to find right here in the emulation section. Hugo doesn't support save states. I also had trouble getting a forwarder channel to work properly. But go get one (TroyTheZombie has a thread on here with some great animated forwarders), then go to the forums at wadder, where there's a thread for sdhc compatible forwarders... it's just the .dol though, so use wadder to replace the .dol from the original channel with the one from wadder, and voila... SDHC, save states, forwarder channel.