Zsnes Save States On Gp32?

Discussion in 'I need help...' started by ShadowHarlequin, Sep 20, 2004.

  1. ShadowHarlequin

    ShadowHarlequin Still Fresh

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    any easy way for them to work with any emus on the gp32?
     
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  2. Quiest

    Quiest I like turtles!

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    As far as I can remember, you just have to name the zsnes savesates like you have named the roms you are playing in OpenSNES and then copy the savestates into the same directory your roms are in...

    I didn`t try it, but I think I read it in the OpenSNES readme...
     
  3. Zorn

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    thats right. i've tried it:

    you have a game. its Mario all stars.
    but you call it just mario (because its shorter)
    you load it in your gp32 with the same name.


    now you are starting you znes emulator. you can play as long as you want. :)
    now you want to save your game.
    ( e.g. you select save state 1) after that you are saving your save state.
    -you can find it on your computer called
    mario.zs1

    now you are loading this save state into your gp32.
    now you are selection the snes game mario with os9xgp.

    after that you are loading the save state 1(there is no picture)

    that's it :p

    with this action it is possible to run Mario RPG.
    but its toooooo sloooooow. B)
     
  4. ShadowHarlequin

    ShadowHarlequin Still Fresh

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    thanks for that guys, also, does Suken Dentsu 3 run well on ANY of teh gp32 snes emus?
     
  5. lizard808uk

    lizard808uk Child of the 80s

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    I had Seiken Densetsu 3 running ok on os9xgp 0.2 with sound. I transferred my save game though when I got to the God Beasts since with everything flying around on screen there was some noticeable slowdown.
     

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