Workable N64 ROMs?

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  1. smacktack

    smacktack Member

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    First off, I know how to download ROMs and know the legality issues of this topic. Let's get this clear, any game I have and will be downloading I own so they are legal backups. On to the question...

    How the heck do people get N64 ROMs on their n64iPhone to work. I am running it on my iPad and it only works with Mario Kart and badly with Paper Mario. I have tried to SSH them into my ROMs folder @ N64 but, they don't show up on N64iPhone at all. I have downloaded others but, they won't work at all. Also, the "browse for ROMs" button doesn't allow me to go to any site except when I use it over my 3G coverage (my wifi is crazy fast and doesn't work). Any help would be greatly appreciated because I am running Mario Kart at full speed and would love to play Ocarina of Time or Paper Mario on the go. LMK and thanks.
  2. FortyTwo

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    roms are illegal regardless if you own them or not
    the n64 has hardly been worked on for ipad, the guy who makes them says "i have been out in the world, having a life"
  3. Bubalooshi

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    It's still considering pirating if you own or bought the game.
    It's only legal if you made the ROM from the game cart yourself. Downloading is a red light.

    The N64 emulator really isn't that good.
    I've played Banjo-Kazooie and Super Mario 64 with the emulator. Neither work that well.
    The iDevices just weren't meant to play those kind of games. :/
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    I was basically asking not if ROMs work or not but, how is everyone getting them to work? I tried downloading and SSHing games but, none of it worked. The only game that worked is Mario Kart.
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    I wonder how well this emulator will work on the Iphone 4? I guess well just have to see...
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    Probably not much better. I believe the only addition to the new iPhone is more RAM, which really won't help that much in a emulator sense.
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    The app isnt completely finished yet, let him finish gpsphone first then N64 will be updated
  10. Madhockey

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    Since the app is not completely developed. It will only run .z64 .n64 or .v64 roms. I'm having the same problem I'm just looking for ocarina of time.

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