An N64 emulator is totally possible.

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  1. Cam

    Cam Active Member

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    Look at the new game "Kingdom of Lores" that came out on the Installer app. The polygon count, speed, and resolution of the textures are clearly faster than the N64's.
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    Kingdom of Lores was specially made for the iPhone and iPod Touch, N64 Games are made for an N64.

    For something to emulate something else, it has to be a lot better.
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    As this has been stated over and over again, and to quote ZodTTD himself (the guy who made all these other emulators), "An N64 emulator is possible, but would run at unplayable speeds".
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    i really don't understand this, surely the ps1 has more power than the N64? Plus psx games run around 80% for me and ff vii is totally playable.
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    Mookler Banned

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    Surely it doesn't.

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    Teslanaut Well-Known Member

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    Sure an N64 Emulator is possible on the iPod Touch / iPhone.

    Now, Design me a controller Interface without losing game screen size.

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    I don't know what is the big deal about a N64 emulator. Possible, maybe. Big deal? Not for me.

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    Nintendo 64's clocks at 93.75 MHz
    Playstation clock in at 33.8688 MHz
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    That doesn't mean N64 emulation is possible... AT ALL!
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    Come on guys. Can't you look at all the other threads about this and how they got closed? This one is going to get closed also

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