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I Bought the NES and SNES Full Emulators yesterday and WOW

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by mxrider821, Nov 10, 2009.

  1. mxrider821

    mxrider821 Well-Known Member
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    both of the emulators play so smooth! every single game ive tried so far works fine :D



    EVERYONE should check those apps out in the market ASAP
     

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  2. michaelkahl

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    You have to supply your own rom images for these to work correct? Any info on how this works?
     
  3. iamloco724

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  4. Droid Ninja

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    After you have the emulators installed, where do we put the rom files? Gotta download a file manager and create a file on the SD card and drop them all in it? File name matter?
     
  5. mxrider821

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    yes you do, but roms are not that hard to find on google, just search and you'll find em


    make a folder on your SD card, name it w.e you want and drag ALL the roms in there and they should pop up in the Emulator programs
     
  6. DoAndroidsDream

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    And leave them zipped.
     
  7. quixand

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    couldn't agree more here.

    Best paid app on the entire app store.
     
  8. antwon412

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    is that much better then the free lite version i downloaded?

    i have snesoid lite

    havent had a chance to set it up yet since im at work
     
  9. mxrider821

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    NO unzip them and take the file that ends with

    .nes for the nintendo games and .smc for the super Nintendo games



    put those files in w.e folders you want and BAM! the games are on your droid :D
     
  10. scheng12

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    I think the lite versions are missing the save functions
     
  11. Droidood

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    You can't save your progress in the free version.
    No need to unzip them.

    I'd recommend making separate folders for the different systems. I use different folders for SNES, NES and Genesis.
     
  12. mxrider821

    mxrider821 Well-Known Member
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  13. jeepguy_1980

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    That just makes it more authentic.
     
  14. iamloco724

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    can someone post a link to where they get there roms thanks
     
  15. eagle17

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    www.google.com :)
     
  16. iamloco724

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    yes i know how to search but i was looking for suggestions for the more experienced with getting roms in terms of collections and safety
     
  17. Droidood

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    I've had good luck with ROMnation.net and TheOldComputer.com

    Watch out for 7zip files though, they won't work.
     
  18. Wakey

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  19. enemkay

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    what button layout do you use on the droid?
     
  20. Droidood

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    D-Pad and wherever your other thumb falls... which will depend on the size of your hands.

    Personally I use Y, U, H, J, B, N for any other keybinds that are needed.
     
  21. tolas

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    Too bad the D-Pad doesn't have diagonal directions. That's a killer for some games.
     
  22. raventhegreat2000

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    doperoms dot come works the best i was having a hard time trying to figure out how the who emulators work too. all you do is plug your droid in select mount and download the game you want save it in a new folder on you sd card the removable f drive and save its easy and simple man i had a storm and it doesnt even come close to the droid i am never switching to any other device but an android this is freakin fantastic sorry i got alittle excited im cool now :)
     
  23. enemkay

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    uh oh, no fireballs in street fighter.
     
  24. DoAndroidsDream

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    You can go ahead and unzip them if you want to but then they take up 4x more room than necassary. I made folders named NES, SNES, Genesis etc as well. I'm really curious about the c64 and Apple ][ emulators.
     
  25. mxrider821

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    did anyone find out some good button lay outs for both NES and SNES???

    my thunbs are big so whats the best buttons to use?
     

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