#1
anyone else ever heard of this? its an emulator that lets you play n64 games you download as roms. which basicly means that you can have an n64 downloaded to a jump drive to take with you anywhere. bad @$$, no?
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#3
No, it can't run on USB. It uses registry files saved onto the TEMP files on your computer, and as such it wouldn't run on another computer that didn't have it installed.
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#4
K, koo.

Seriously, koo. My buddy had emulator on his computer, was fun times.
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#7
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wouldnt you need a joystick?

I always carry my joystick with me
#8
eu contraire...or however you spell that. thats what i do. i have it all downloaded to my jump drive. you just open it on the computer and select your rom. i do it at school all the time. and you dont HAVE to have a joystick. that just makes it easier
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#10
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Can you reach the pickle button?

First I have to buy an aftermarket extender.
#13
Go to the "Zelda FTW!!" group, we had a conversation about Project 64.
It's great, and instead of a joystick, you use arrow keys.....
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#14
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First I have to buy an aftermarket extender.


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#15
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You mean just like every other emulator in history?

Exciting.

ya, ya, ya. just edumacating the folks that dont know. i sat in my 90 minute computer class today just playing zelda. its quite handy
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Rest In Peace Stevie Ray
#17
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eu contraire...or however you spell that. thats what i do. i have it all downloaded to my jump drive. you just open it on the computer and select your rom. i do it at school all the time. and you dont HAVE to have a joystick. that just makes it easier

#19
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No, it can't run on USB. It uses registry files saved onto the TEMP files on your computer, and as such it wouldn't run on another computer that didn't have it installed.


All you have to do is install it...actually wait no, when you put it on a Flash Drive, it just asks you for the language option and its ready to play and run from the flash drive itself. I used to do it on school computers all the time, of course, it had to be ready to play when it was on the flash drive, you can't install things like that on school computers, so it CAN run on the flash drive.
#20
The program is older than N64 itself....

Seriously though I still have my N64 so no need of this emu shit