iPhone 3GS will i get any games full speed on 3gs?

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  1. jamespheely

    jamespheely Member

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    hey guys im just installing this to my iphone 3gs and just wandering if il get any games such as super mario running at full speed?

    thanks
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    They will run at full speed. As they did with all the other iPhone/iPod Touches.
    Well, super mario ran at full speed for me when I was jailbroken. I don't know about other games though.
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    one thread was concerning the new gameboyadvance emulator you have to purchase... so my questions were aimed at emulating different platforms.
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    At least he meant well, taking into account the site rules of posting in the right section.
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    He was here a year before you!
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    Yeah, you can turn that off in the User CP btw, that's what I did anyway.
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    Yeah because you're such an old school member of the community. He's following the rules and doing nothing wrong.

    @OP - you should be able to run them at close to full speed. The problem isn't really with the hardware but the emulation software. Remember that emulators on iPhone are ports of a port of a port so loss of quality is expected to a degree.
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    I failed hard in this thread. All posts now removed.
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    That wasn't needed but I just find it irritating when people would rather disregard a posters question and nitpick about something unrelated. Nothing against you personally.
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    You deleted all your posts? Wow, sensitive. You made a mistake, no-one judges you.

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