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N64 emulation via amiduos (androîd emulator)

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N64 emulation via amiduos (androîd emulator)

Postby mrbeeks » March 4th, 2015, 11:25 pm

hi guys

i installed amiduos android emulator on my linx 10 and install n64 emulator from playstore, wasnt going to expect much however
downloaded Legend of Zelda and ran it, works excellent with touchscreen controls, so pretty shocked. has a few stutters on intro but ran great.

hats off to duos, paid for the full version just over £6. so i can have an android and windows tablet in one

worth having a look as you get 30 day free trial

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Re: N64 emulation via amiduos (androîd emulator)

Postby nememo » March 5th, 2015, 6:53 am

Seems a very long winded way to day it - you're emulating within an emulator.

Surely you'd get better performance just installing a free N64 emulator for Windows? Then again, I bet not many of them have decent touchscreen controls.
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Re: N64 emulation via amiduos (androîd emulator)

Postby mrbeeks » March 5th, 2015, 9:32 am

Yeah slightly long winded, it was more if
a test to see what duos could do.

Plus as you say bonus of touchscreen controls
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Re: N64 emulation via amiduos (androîd emulator)

Postby DJ_Enigma » March 5th, 2015, 10:55 am

Tried it on my linx 8 and it says I do not have enough memory :(
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Re: N64 emulation via amiduos (androîd emulator)

Postby nememo » March 5th, 2015, 11:13 am

Yeah unfortunately only the L10 has 2gb RAM. The L7 and L8 only have 1gb so there will be issues.
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Re: N64 emulation via amiduos (androîd emulator)

Postby gh97 » March 5th, 2015, 6:57 pm

Gonna have to check this duos out, thanks for the heads up :-)
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Re: N64 emulation via amiduos (androîd emulator)

Postby ZEbbEDY » March 5th, 2015, 8:34 pm

funny how the n64 only had 4-8mb ram

do any other native windows emus have overlay controls?

the psp emulator does
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Re: N64 emulation via amiduos (androîd emulator)

Postby quarksoup » April 11th, 2015, 9:27 am

I use the project 64 windows emulator and it runs every game I've tried fine (solid 50-60 FPS all the time). No touchscreen controls of course but I like playing with my xbox 360 controller.
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