Top Emulators that run on the nintendo DS?

Discussion in 'NDS - Emulation and Homebrew' started by xnickx5757, Nov 25, 2009.

  1. xnickx5757
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    What are the top emulators that run on the ds?

    P.S. i know theres the big sticky guide but it is kind of out of date. thanks
     
  2. DanTheManMS

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    The stickied topic is still rather relevant. To be honest there hasn't been much development recently with regards to emulators. You still want to be looking at NES DS, SNEmulDS, jEnesisDS, and Lameboy for the main systems that people emulate.
     
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    thank you
     
  4. takun32

    takun32 GBAtemp Regular

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    you forgot neods. an amazingly surprisingly great neo geo system. plays games at full speed. theres only one game i cant get to work 100%(its at full speed) and thats metal slug 5, the volume for the background sound and the song is backwards. meaning that the background sounds are way louder then the music. every other games work perfectly.
     
  5. koimayeul

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    from testing them for quite a long time

    nes : nesds
    gb/gbc : lameboy
    genesis : ijenesisds
    gg/sms : apprenticeminusds

    all the above works top notch!

    neogeo : neods -> minor glitches and unsupported games but surprisingly good!
    snes : snemulds -> much glitches and unsupported games tough its the best one for this machine..
     
  6. Leonidas

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    Personally I can't live without SCUMMVM, it works really well on the DS with stylus controls.

    I don't like jenesisds, because it runs in native genesis resolution, and doesn't shrink it to DS resolution size. Which means certain percentage of the screen is cut off horizontally. Also it doesn't support 6button pads (or rather, it supports them very poorly), so you cannot play Lost Vikings and such.

    SnemulDS can crash your micro SD. I'd stay well away.