Gba Hombrewn

Discussion in 'GP Advance' started by Jr2swiss, Jul 21, 2004.

  1. Jr2swiss

    Jr2swiss Very Active Member

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    hey i was using 1.48 and i thought most homebrewn games worked, but i tried carbie, wonkieguy, dangerousxmas, and nebulas but none of them worked. They all are .gba, i got them from the gba competitions.
     
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  2. dr.no

    dr.no It is gigantic.

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    Don't try to get something to work this soon. They are still releasing new versions every 3 days or so.
    If you are lucky, a game might work a little, but you shouldn't expect to actually use that emu for playing GBA-Roms of any kind.
     
  3. Kojote

    Kojote Certified Guru

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    The games you mentioned have commercial quality and use a lot of tricky stuff as commercial games do. Don't think that GBA homebrewn can run easier just because it's homebrewn :)
     
  4. Shadow of Chaos

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    Wonder when we will even start to play commercial games with it ( if they are even near playable )
     
  5. thebluenewt

    thebluenewt wrrrr thrrr frrrrrrrrk?

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    Quite a few commercial games are working albeit a bit slowly. I think it's astonishing already!
     
  6. Torlus

    Torlus Still Fresh

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    Try to get previous versions of GPAdvance. Revision 1.43, or 1.46 should be ok. With SourceForge's "Browse CVS" interface, it's easy to get a previous version.

    We're currently working on heavy changes within it, so current releases might be a unstable. Fortunately, this work should be finished soon.
     
  7. Enslaved

    Enslaved Guy.

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    Hurray! What I love about this emulator is that it will make us look forward to releases on both the GP32 and the GBA!
     

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