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How bad of a battery hit does Gameboid/Gensoid do?

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by Dangerboy, Jun 8, 2010.

  1. Dangerboy

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    I have a DS and can play these games on it, but I would rather have them on my phone. That being said, knowing that the EVO battery life isnt the greatest, I'm concerned about how hard of a hit the battery would take if i played 1-2 hours a day......

    Can someone who uses either gameboid or gensoid fill me in on how well/bad the battery use is on these emulators? Thanks.
     

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    It doesn't see all that bad.... no worst then any other games on this phone
     
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    I have Gameboid (Paid version)

    It does use some battery, but no more than any other game.

    If it starts using too much battery, try putting your phone in Airplane mode when playing, or lowering the brightness.

    The Evo has a huge screen to power, so you will have to guess it will use some battery.

    All-in-all, I love Gameboid, and can't quit playing Pokemon. :D
     
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