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Zee 2013-09-08 18:44

Games on Android
 
Well I can't figure out how to run LBA but I can manage games like Ocarina of Time on my Android.

Nice little time waster I'd say.

Not quite sure if iphone users can run such games in their devices without rooting first though.

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Streg 2013-09-08 23:29

I thought I had already commented here... did somone delete my post?
Anyway, thanks for sharing: I'll set up a n64 emulator on my Galaxy S II to play Ocarina of Time and other games :)

Rex_Hollywood 2013-09-09 00:19

You can run LBA on your phone with a PS1 version ROM and an emulator like FPse.
Runs very nicely on a Galaxy S2.

Polaris 2013-09-09 01:14

Quote:

Originally Posted by Streg (Post 445513)
I thought I had already commented here... did somone delete my post?
Anyway, thanks for sharing: I'll set up a n64 emulator on my Galaxy S II to play Ocarina of Time and other games :)

You commented in the wrong thread :lol:

Quote:

Originally Posted by Streg (Post 445512)
An N64 emulator for Android? Awesome. I have to try ocarina of time on my new S2 :)

I have trouble running the n64 emulator, but the ps1 works well.

These emulations got me thinking, I realised that there exists so many (great) games already, that I could play different games all my life without playing anything released recently...

Zee 2013-09-09 03:59

This emulator runs great. N64oid. not laggy at all. And you can download and run the .apk file with added roms directly from your phone. If you download from your phones browser that is. No syncing your phone with your PC is necissary.

marcosmapf 2013-09-09 05:24

Omg, don't make me waste even more time then I do with playing games!! I didn't know there were N64 emulators for the Android, even more a Ocarina of Time rom for it =/

Now I will be playing games even in my lunch break at work =/

Pimmin 2013-09-15 16:04

i use a gba emulator (i think it's called gameboid) on my phone instead of taking another gadget with me
currently playing pokemon ruby!!

Ferryman2013 2013-09-15 16:09

Quote:

Runs very nicely on a Galaxy S2.
Sweet.

Streg 2013-09-19 03:23

works! tok bad that when I enter small rooms in ocarina of time the game glitvhes...still playable tho

Zee 2013-09-21 01:32

Quote:

Originally Posted by Streg (Post 445778)
works! tok bad that when I enter small rooms in ocarina of time the game glitvhes...still playable tho

Glitches? Hmm I haven't had a problem. Where are you downloading your roms from? Although I'm not sure if thats the issue


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