N64 emulator

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  1. BROT

    BROT New Member

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    I'm waiting so long for a n64 emulator for the ipod touch...
    The emulation would need to be perfect for the games to be playable...
    (not like the psxemu)
    I'm working on one using xcode tools and the sdk, this will take long, but I hope I'm ready in june to make it work on the fw version 1.2.
    I need somebody to post some ideas for the design of it...
    It would be nice if everybody drew an image so I can see the best way to order the buttons on the screen correctly.
    I was thinking about something like this photo.

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    What do you guys think about it

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  2. tian_kr

    tian_kr New Member

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    so what youre making this for 2.0?
    do you really think apple will accept it?
    dont you ever think?
  3. Teslanaut

    Teslanaut Well-Known Member

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    It's missing a LOT of buttons and it'll still be crap. N64 for iPod Touch / iPhone = Crap.

    Same goes for any other emulator.
  4. BROT

    BROT New Member

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    It was an idea, do you have something against it?
    Don't you have nothing else to do than surf all day in the forum and post senceless sh*t just to
    grow the number of your postings?
    I don't care if apple doesn't accept it. There is still gunna be the installer.
    At least I do have some ideas.

    Ps: buy yourself a couple of friends. Then ya'll have some more things to do.
  5. BROT

    BROT New Member

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    1)There are no buttons missing. All the buttons we need are there.(if you know what a n64 is)
    2)If you don't like emulators, then your missing a lot of fun, but ok, it's your problem
    3)fine, you don't have to download it when it comes out.

    Ps. sorry if I double posted, but I had to quote two strong men
  6. Killers16

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    to be fair the gameboy emulator is quality...
  7. shortperson1026

    shortperson1026 Active Member

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    I think the setup shown in the thumbnail is a great configuration!

    I can't wait for this and if it runs even decently I will update to 2.0

    or it would be cool if you could make it for 1.1.4 also

    good luck! -mitch
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    As long as you promise me I'll be able to play Banjo-Kazooie, I say go on ahead and ignore everything everyone is saying.

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    you shouldn't be expecting any huge games like that...

    it will probably be able to run simpler games like busta-move 99
  10. Crypt

    Crypt Well-Known Member

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    ^^you won't, you won't, you won't

    completely ignoring the fact that no n64 emulator will ever run at playable speeds on (this model of) the iphone, apple wouldn't allow it in the app store


    and tes there are plenty of majorly fun emulators

    gba, genesis, snes, gameboy all run great

    psx is still fun, most games are playable now too

    and if you dun like using the screen for buttons, get one of those newfangled icontrolpads

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