Touchscreen roms

Discussion in 'NDS - Emulation and Homebrew' started by ENGINEER, Jun 19, 2006.

  1. ENGINEER
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    I wanted to know if roms from touchscreen games play the same as the real thing. is there anythink i should know.
     
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  2. davr

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    Easy 3-step solution to your question:
    1. Play it on your original cartridge
    2. Dump the ROM, play it on your backup device
    3. Then you can compare for yourself if it plays the same or not.

    (Of course, this is all assuming you have the original games and are not simply stealing them or something like that.)
     
  3. deufeufeu

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    no there's an issue, you have to push with a lot more strength for it to registers your touch....


















    ... stupid questions lead to stupid answers [​IMG]
     
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    Glad to see we have so many people willing to be nice to noobs. [​IMG]
    No ENGINEER, there is no difference
     
  5. deufeufeu

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    A noob with ENGINEER as nickname asks for such nice answers...
    It's like going on an artistic forum, with PAINTER has nickname and ask is oil painting are based on colored oils...
     
  6. ENGINEER
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    well I am Aactually A Computer Engineer, I am asking do to time contraints. I aint got the time to research this kind of stuff, Its just easier to ask sometimes I guess.

    Thanks for being kind guys thanks alot.
     
  7. yuwing

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    Time restraints isn't a reason. You dont' really need to research on it anyways, logic would tell u that there IS ABSOLUTELY no difference. And you actually admit that u're a computer engineer [​IMG] .
     
  8. sipoon

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    wha? [​IMG]
    by logic, I would have assumed that it might be slower due to the roms being 'emulated' and that maybe responding to touchscreen interrupts would be slower,of course i know that the emulation is pretty much the same from reading through the forums.

    I think that you're treating ENGINEER abit unfairly even though his topic might be abit redundant...
    Let's not all be know-it-alls...we all have to start somewhere
     
  9. ENGINEER
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    Thanks for the kind words. Il leave this one alone.
     
  10. 754boy

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    Lol, nice comeback [​IMG]

    But seriously, ENGINEER ignore all the flames and enjoy your stay at GBAtemp. The roms work exactly as they would if you were using a real cart [​IMG]
     
  11. Brouhaha

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    I don't think there is any "emulation" going on buddy, only patching for saving... The games are running on the real hardware, not a DS emulator on the DS itself [​IMG] The only difference MIGHT be cart speed.

    Question yourself for real: Do my PS2 or Xbox backups run the same on their respective hardware? The answer is... quite obvious isn't it?
    So logically, I would assume that code (or games if you prefer) thats running on the hardware it's meant to run on would... well... run exactly the same [​IMG]

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    Et voilà, j'tai cassé! (for those that get it...) [​IMG]
     
  12. sipoon

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    True, [​IMG] fair call... Im learnin every day