NES prawblimmz

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  1. imranh101

    imranh101 Active Member

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    Yeah, I know i totally killed the word problems in the title.
    Anyways.
    I like playing the "Crazily stupidly annoyingly go-kill-your-self hard mario games" - I.E. Super mario frustration
    Now, I have problems with this because with a touch screen, it's kind of hard to run, then run/jump, the go back to run... without a miniscule pause between
    this is mainly because if you try and do like you could with a gameboy, put the base of your thumb on b to run, then to jump just press down the tip of your thumb on A, your ipod will only feel one touch spot - as you press down the tip of your finger, it will just feel one spot "expanding"
    Wow, that felt like a technical explanation ;/
    Anyways, is there any way to better this, or should I just stick to playing those games on my PC

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    Thanks in advance!
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    I'm pretty sure those levels weren't meant to be controlled on a touch screen....

    You need buttons for that unless you're REALLY good.
    And it can detect more than one spot at a time.
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    imranh101 Active Member

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    It can detect more than one spot at a time, yes but try to put the part of your thumb, right under your last knuckle, on one spot, then the tip of the same thumb down without having that inch of skin between tip and knuckle touching.
    I know its kinda hard to understand... but never mind if ya don't get it.

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