I don't know if anyone knows this (let alone, if it's the right place)... but with the latest SVN/Git revisions of VBA-M (preferably SVN r956, as it works best), you can use the Gameboy Advance features from Legend of Zelda: Four Sword Adventures, Legend of Zelda the Windwaker and other compatible games via Network through Dolphin Emulator (any version or revision that's supported, even the latest one). Demonstration Credit: Dolphin Emulator Dolphin to VBA-M Connectivity Showcase Pre-Setup This tutorial will be for Windows only, if you're using another operating system... use either Wine or virtualization software (such as either VMWare or VirtualBox). Download Dolphin from the official site here and VBA-M from here Then extract them to separate folders using file archiver utility (like either WinRAR, WinZip or 7-Zip) As it's against "Da Rules" of the forum and copyrighted property of Nintendo, I will not be providing a download for "gba_bios.bin" (you'll have to use a search engine, like Google to find it or dump it from your actual Gameboy Advance or a Nintendo DS using Homebrew) Once you've got "gba_bios.bin", put it in the same folder as VBA-M Dolphin Emulator (GameCube) Open the emulator. enter the configuration menu and select the Gamecube tab (with latest versions, you will need to go to the controller configuration) Change the 1st port from Standard Controller to GBA (2nd port if you're playing WindWaker) Then load either of the following games mentioned above (you need the Tingle Tuner from Tingle on Windfall Island in WindWaker to use the GBA function) VisualBoyAdvance-M (Gameboy Advance) Open the emulator, go to "Options - Emulator -> BIOS Files..." Select the location of "gba_bios.bin", tick enable and click OK Go to "Options - Link -> Joybus Options..." Set the IP address to the same one as your computer (run ipconfig in Command Prompt to check for this), Enable Joybus Connection and click OK Go to "File - Open GBA..." and select "gba_bios.bin" The GBA bios should load, which will then initiate the link to Dolphin Depending on the specifications of your computer, there may be some speed issues which can easily be fixed with a bit of tweaking in the settings of each emulator. FOR FUN: I'd suggest trying to play Legend of Zelda: Four Sword Adventures through a LAN or WLAN (like a school/college network) and see how that works for you. Make sure that you have permission to do this by the network administrator, otherwise you might get in trouble! EDIT: the latest version works in a similar way... although, it works through the file menu instead.