Working WonderSwan Emulators?

Discussion in 'NDS - Emulation and Homebrew' started by War, Nov 17, 2007.

  1. War
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    War Take it easy~

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    Are there any out there? I heard there was ONE, but I think it was discontinued or something...anyone know of a nice, working one that has compatibility with a lot of games?
     
  2. ReyVGM

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    Oswan is the best WS emu.
     
  3. War
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    War Take it easy~

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    Oswan? Never heard of it, but I'll google it. Does it have good support?

    Edit: Dude...Oswan is a MAC emulator. :\
     
  4. gov78

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    there was one in progress but then they stopped developing it [​IMG] a couple of my friend where gunna use the source code they gave to make it work but they kinda got annoyed. would be nice tho if someone where to make it using the source code
     
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    nup. the only ones that exist don't work very well and don't support dldi if i remember correctly.

    dualswan is old. no dldi support.

    i sure wouldn't mind a new wonderswan emu [​IMG]
     
  7. ReyVGM

    ReyVGM Game Endings Master

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    Wait, are you talking about Wonderswan emulators for the PC or for the DS?

    For the PC Oswan works perfectly and it's not for MAC.

    Other good emus, but that don't run all the games are:
    WSCamp and Cygne.
     
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  9. gov78

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    i wouldnt mind a neo-geo pocket emulator (snk vs capcom pocket ftw)
     
  10. DanTheManMS

    DanTheManMS aka Ricochet Otter

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    As others have said, for the DS the only option is Dualswan, which only supports very old slot-2 devices.

    For the NGPC, try "RACE!" but keep in mind it only supports pressing one button at a time, and it runs at a slow speed.