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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by Zardos, May 27, 2010.

  1. Zardos

    Zardos Well-Known Member
    Thread Starter

    Has anyone with an Evo 4G currently tried these game apps? I wanted to know how they run, and if the touch screen controls respond decently. Since the device has multi-touch I'm not to worried.

    These things running badly can be a deal breaker for me.
     


  2. SprintFun

    SprintFun Android Expert

    Not having the ability to play 15 year old games is really the deal breaker?
     
  3. Bek

    Bek Android Expert

    I installed the Nesoid emulator earlier tonight and briefly played Legend of Zelda. It ran smoothly and the on-screen keyboard overlay worked fine. I'll get around to trying some other games/emulators soon.
     
  4. SprintFun

    SprintFun Android Expert

    When you get an emulator does it comes with games or do you have to hunt those down on the interwebs?
     
  5. Roman G.

    Roman G. No-Posting Probation


    I am so tired of that word "deal breaker" way to overused.

    As side not there is a video floating around of someone playing Mike Tyson Punchout on the EVO, looked to playing rather well.
     
  6. Roman G.

    Roman G. No-Posting Probation

    You have to hunt those down.
     
  7. tmaxey1

    tmaxey1 Android Enthusiast


    Hahahaha!!!! I thought it....I'm glad you said it.
     
  8. Zardos

    Zardos Well-Known Member
    Thread Starter

    Believe it or not, yes.

    I love Android for the emulation apps over everything else. It allows me to carry them with me everywhere, along with my phone and internets all in one package. The Moment was great, but the 3 models I went through had TERRIBLE battery problems.

    A modded PSP isn't easy to carry around all the time. Plus its broken and I don't feel like fixing it.

    Don't dis mah Retro games, they are still better than the things released today.
     
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  9. Bek

    Bek Android Expert

    You have to hunt down ROMs. But a quick Google search will find you all you want.
     
  10. SprintFun

    SprintFun Android Expert

    Don't be bitter that you get your face smashed in Modern Warfare :D


    I had a N64 emulator once and enjoyed it. Wish that existed on Android. The only game I'd want is for a Gameboy emulator - Nail 'N Scale.
     
  11. Zardos

    Zardos Well-Known Member
    Thread Starter

    Not a big FPS fan, but to each their own. MAG is more fun though. N64oid would rawk, Ogre Battle 64 on my phone? YES PLEASE.
     
  12. Android 17

    Android 17 Android Enthusiast

    Good luck getting an N64 emulator to run on any current phone. I'm sure 1 year from now, it'll be possible though.

    I'm also a big gamer and hope to get all these emulators on my phone. I don't expect anything but the most simplest games to work well though since it's all touchscreen.
     
  13. GoldenStatePanda

    GoldenStatePanda Well-Known Member

    im very intereted in how snesoid works as well. i never had one (genesis here) and am looking forward to catching up on games like crono trigger, secret of mana, etc. its not a dealbreaker for me but it is something i really want to work well, especially since the games on android pale in quantity and definately in quantity to the iphone.
     
  14. SniperDroid

    SniperDroid Well-Known Member

    Remote play with a PS3 might be cool too. I'll stick with my consoles and PC for gaming.
     
  15. bunnymud

    bunnymud Well-Known Member

    There is a review video where a guy is playing SNES Super Punch-Out


    So, I'd say yes
     
  16. pingpongboss

    pingpongboss Android Enthusiast

    Didn't specifically mention Gameboid, but that's the only emulator I've tried on my Evo so far. The multitouch works really well (B+dpad for running) and no problems at all. The only thing that sucks is that Wiimote Controller won't work because the Evo is running HTC Sense which has a bad bluetooth stack.
     
  17. reallynotnick

    reallynotnick Android Enthusiast

    Wait the PS3 controller is bluetooth, and the EVO has HDMI... old school games on my HDTV, yummy! :D

    I really hope ZodTTD will release some of his emulators on Android as he makes amazing stuff.
     
  18. Rob_A

    Rob_A Android Expert

    i have all of the emulators and a run great. the only problem is, when you press 2 buttons (the directional pad is one button) it's fine but when you press more than 2 it does not work. I thought this wouldn't be an issue on the EVOs multitouch screen.
     
  19. Wave Beam

    Wave Beam Newbie

    That's not cool. I mean, it's no deal breaker for me, but I'll run emulators just as much as other apps. I was hoping I could play SNES games where I'd have to run and jump at the same time. That's three buttons.
     
  20. VGPOP

    VGPOP Android Enthusiast

    Get the Nintendo WII controller. My friend tested on it my G1 and it worked so good.

    But I think it doesn't work with HTC Sense.
     
  21. Rob_A

    Rob_A Android Expert


    yeah, I was excited about this until I found out it won't work with the Evo :mad:
     
  22. VGPOP

    VGPOP Android Enthusiast

    They need to fix that, hopefully. I aint touching my screen to play those games.
     
  23. TheBiles

    TheBiles Android Enthusiast

    Dude, just get a PSP if you want flawless classic gaming in your pocket.

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    Sent from my HTC EVO 4G using Tapatalk Pro.
     
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  24. drksilenc

    drksilenc Android Enthusiast

    he had one thebiles its broke read the comments
     
  25. newone757

    newone757 Android Enthusiast


    ummm, its been done

    YouTube - n64iphone


    sorry
     

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