The SNES has sound though it plays very slowly (still? this is my first try with it). The NEOGEO CD emu has received a significant speedup. And I am perfectly happy with no sound for that. The NES emu is almost there. Still some graphical glitches in SMB3 and Ninja Gaiden 2 (the only 2 games I've tested so far). Ninja Gaiden 2 seemed almost full speed while SMB3 was slow in parts.
If NK can do this in such a short time, the future is indeed looking great. I can hardly wait for full speed Genesis and TG16.
The Neo Geo CD emulator is pretty damn smooth now. That's some quick work that.
Click and hold the joystick and press R.Anyone know of a way to exit the SNES and NES emulators? Or at least get back to the ROM selection screen?
The NeoCD emulator does seem a bit faster, around 5 fps or even more. A very good improvement there.
Can't wait 'til his next set of releases. As it was, I used the NeoCD emulator to impress my friends with the capability of this machine. Very good work.
Sorry, but the light is on, you can bearly see it in these pictures though, pic 2 and pic 3 just have a little red visable.Good catch, d00d! One quick question for you. Why is your low battery light off? Do you have updated firmware? What's the deal?
edit: Removed redundant quoting and huge screenshots.
Actually the reason the DS can run GBA games is that it includes the GBA's ARM7 processor in its hardware. There is, for all intents and purposes, a GBA inside the DS.Almost all ARM processors are compatible... That's the reason the DS can run GBA but not original Gameboy (the original GB ran on a Zilog80 processor at 3mhz). The DS itself is Powered by an ARM9...
Almost all ARM processors are compatible... That's the reason the DS can run GBA but not original Gameboy (the original GB ran on a Zilog80 processor at 3mhz). The DS itself is Powered by an ARM9...
Not all roms work (though more do than don't). Keep trying. Try out ones that are confirmed to work, like SMRPG, FFVI, or Aero the Acro-Bat.I'm sure I'm doing something wrong but I can't get the SNES emu to work. I am using the older *faster version*. I have the roms in the rom folder and stuff but when I execute it, all I get is a black screen.
You need to open up the .iso file and copy the contents into the same directory as your .mp3, .cue file etc. (after you have extracted the contents of the .iso, you can delete it, obviously.) Then make a .zip of all the files (should be about 96) which you put in the neocd directory on your sd card. then run as normal, and bust in your pants when you see the ms title screenAm I being a N00b here?How do you get Metal Slug working?
I have copied the full Metal Slug directory to the root of my SD (I D/L it from the newsgroups - 66Mb) The dir is called 'Metal Slug' Start the neogeocd.gpe and it kicks me back to the menu :unsure:
PS - just tried zipping the files up (12Mb) and renaming the zip to ngcd.zip and neocd.zip - still nothing. Tries loading and then back to the menu