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Discussion in 'Android Apps & Games' started by DaygosDankest, Dec 20, 2009.

  1. DaygosDankest

    DaygosDankest Well-Known Member
    Thread Starter

    Now I read a couple of posts about N64 emu. so do those exist? And would it be possible in the future for a playstation one to? I think playing Metal Gear Solid on my cell phone while waiting in line at the bank is pretty much equivalent to the satisfaction that some get from watching porn. :D Hahaha....I think im funnier than I am. But in all seriousness, is it possible?
     


  2. pinesal

    pinesal Well-Known Member

    I don't think any phone is powerful enough.

    You CAN watch porn though.
     
  3. DaygosDankest

    DaygosDankest Well-Known Member
    Thread Starter

    huh, that's pretty cool...how do I clear my history?
     
  4. milrtime83

    milrtime83 Android Enthusiast

    Even if it were possible, it doesn't seem like the controls would be very usable with just the keyboard.
     
  5. dave412_4

    dave412_4 Member

    does the droid have to be rooted to use emulators?
     
  6. doomedromance

    doomedromance Android Enthusiast

    No.
    Search Market for:
    Snesoid
    Nesoid
    Gensoid

    You have to acquire your own ROMs but they work great. I play Donkey Kong Country all the time.
     
  7. icstars989

    icstars989 Android Enthusiast

    Nope, you can search for them in the Market.
     
  8. dave412_4

    dave412_4 Member

    Cool thanks guys. Donkey kong that takes it back.
     
  9. messenger13

    messenger13 Android Expert

    Got it working...
     
  10. bhm229

    bhm229 Newbie

    I feel that games that require precision jumping just don't work to well with the Dpad. RPG's (Pokemon, Mother 3, Final Fantasy, Golden Sun) are amazing though, and the quick save feature on the emulators makes playing them in short bursts a dream come true.

    Summary: Get Mother 3 and the english patch, f-ing amazing
     
  11. billd

    billd Well-Known Member

    The PS1 was not very powerful. I think that it's at least theoretically possible that the Droid could emulate it.

    The PS2 (particularly due to the special graphics hardware) is probably a bit too much though. Even most PS3's can't emulate PS2 (except some early models that had some extra hardware to emulate PS2).
     
  12. may2700

    may2700 Well-Known Member



    sorry for the newB ? i found the emulaters no prob in the market, were do i find the roms?
     
  13. fireshaper

    fireshaper Well-Known Member

    We cannot give out that information on this forum as ROMs are considered illegal if you do not own the game you are downloading the ROM for (even then it is a grey area).
     
  14. SpecialEd

    SpecialEd Member

    These emulators are great, but the droid interface is quite limited, sadly.

    I thought I read some BT keyboards can work now with the droid. What about BT or USB game controllers? The D pad and little keys are just awful for playing any action games.

    BTW, anyone try out the mame emulator on a Droid?

    Edit: Or maybe a USB gamepad? The port is on the correct side for something like this: http://www.tangshop.com/bluetooth-game-pad-bgp-100.html
    But I know, the USB stack won't do anything but file transfer. And the BT HID stack is experimental...
     
  15. dave412_4

    dave412_4 Member

    is there some recommended key bindings to use on the moto droid. I haven't found a good combo
     
  16. SpecialEd

    SpecialEd Member

    I set A and B on the left side with A and S keys. You have to remap the shift key from quick save to something else or you may have trouble when your fingers slip.

    Honestly, it is very difficult to play anything on this keyboard. Duck hunt works well...
     
  17. GrandMasterB

    GrandMasterB Go Go Gadget Flow!

  18. gentlefury

    gentlefury Android Enthusiast

    use the flip screen upside down setting, and use the d-pad to control and set the keys that are comfortable for buttons. You would think it would be awkward, but it's really not.
     
  19. gentlefury

    gentlefury Android Enthusiast

    yeah i saw that...so if the 3gs can do it....the Droid def can. Someone would just have to think about the fact of RESOLUTION!!! Program it and lower the res! Native N64 resolution was 320x240! On a small screen like that it would look great at that res! And be incredibly smooth!
     
  20. DaygosDankest

    DaygosDankest Well-Known Member
    Thread Starter

  21. breadnatty08

    breadnatty08 pain rustique

    Hell yeah, play some Golden Eye on the Droid. I loved that game. And if it was possible to somehow play it online with others, that would be um, sweet :D
     
  22. Kasowitz

    Kasowitz Lurker

    I play using the physical keyboard with W for Up, Z for Down A for Left and D for right. Also set Up left, Down Right etc accordingly. Then I have Enter for A and ? for B usually and then I set the Enter on the D-Pad for my start button and the Up direction on the D-Pad for select. All the emus works great for me, especially GameBoid.
     
  23. wessite

    wessite Lurker

    This video YouTube - jpsxdemo looks pretty promising since Android apps are mostly written in Java.
     
  24. radikal

    radikal Android Expert

    if iphone can, droid can. thats just that. if its not restricted to networks, then yeah. it can
     
  25. viomonk

    viomonk Member

    I just want to be able to play final fantasy tactics (PS1) on my droid.
     
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