will a native n64ipad emulator be released?

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  1. Joeystorybmx

    Joeystorybmx Banned

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    i just wanted to know if there was going to be a native n64 ipad emulator to be released in cydia/rock by zodttd.
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    Not for awhile.
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    Joeystorybmx Banned

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    Source please.
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    Anyone with eyes can see that, seriously.
    Unless someone other than Zod mans up and does something, we're probably knocking at 2012.
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    bull sh*t, your retarded. even i can make a f***ing emulator if i had the time and money it cant be that hard.
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    If your so smart why don't you try making one? I bet you don't even know where to start on making one
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    1. Right...

    2. You apparently do not have the "time and money", so sit down and shut up.

    Your arrogance and cluelessness are astounding. You ask a question, then b*tch at someone who gives an answer. Here's a hint: that's probably not a good idea.
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    If it wasn't that hard, then they'd all be running flawlessly on all of our devices.
    What does money have to do with developing free emulators? It depends on if the author decides to charge for it, which is a very uncommon thing as far as I know

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    Actually, quite a number of emulators are not free... on many platforms. The only reason why some are free are because they are hobby-projects. The professional emulators have extra options for game makers to debug a game without having to push it to the device every time. Think iPhone Simulator...

    And as far as N64 goes, the interest is low at the moment. N64 is very resource-intensive to emulate, and add that to the fact that we have "a lot of" documentations, it'll remain in beta almost indefinitely...

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