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    Lightbulb Make up an Imaginary Emulator

    Emulator Type: Nintendo DS
    Name: Lukong DS

    Features:

    Graphics
    - 3D Renderer: "3DSiXLite"
    Description: Combined OpenGL, Nocash & Softraizer as one and able to play 3DS roms

    Time
    - VBA's Rewind: Set Hotkey & Time
    - Slowmotion Hotkey & Set (/2, /5, /10)
    - Speed-Up Hotkey & Set(x1.5, x2, x4)

    Connection
    - Use Lan & Wifi connection
    - Connect to DS games
    - Choose which DS rom to connect to(Soul Silver with Heart Gold)

    - Compatible on iPhone & PSP
    - VBA Renderer (Plays all GBA roms)
    - SSSPSX's Start Screen (Pick roms from a list)
    - Project64's pre-loaded codes (Show/Hide feature)
    Last edited by Lukong; January 17th, 2011 at 05:40.
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    Default Re: Make up an Imaginary Emulator

    *Facepaws to the last two comments*
    Last edited by Jale; March 12th, 2011 at 18:21.

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    Default Re:

    mine would basically be able to play any game I want no matter what system it originated from lol. I can only hope

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    Isn't that pretty much what MESS is?

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    I’d have one made from fake chocolate. So that it both emulated games but actual chocolate too.

    *dies*

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    Default Re:

    The Chocolate emulator is hilarous

    Lukong DS v2

    Saving
    - Play different Battery files from a single Rom
    - Play Rom from a Battery file
    - Adjust a Battery to a Connected Battery by changing Extension from ".batt" to ".batt2"
    - Import Saves & States by changing Extension to ".sav"

    Connection
    - Connect GBA to GBA, GBC to GBC, GB to GB, DS to DS & 3DS to 3DS
    - Choose which Rom to connect to [Pokemon White & Black]
    - Connect to Different Rom Types [GB to GBC, GBC to GBA, GBA to DS]
    - Connect up to 4 Roms
    - Save & Load State of Rom Separatily or All

    Hotkey
    - "Clear All" Button
    - Right Click on Option to Change or Delete Hotkey

    Joypad
    - Up to 4 Controllers
    - Control with the Same or Different Keys when Connected
    - Save & Paste Stylus Movement on Touch Screen
    - Adjust Time between each Paste
    - Add Stylus Movements to Favourites
    - A Stylus Movement History

    Speed
    - Frame Skip: Fixed, Auto, Realtime Auto & Framerate Limit
    - Fixed: 0 - 9, 0.5 & 1.5
    - Auto: 0 - 9, 0.5 & 1.5
    - Realtime Auto: x1 - x5, +0.5 [100% - 500%, +50%]
    - Realtime Auto: /2, /4, /5 & /10 [10% -75%]

    Renderer
    - DS Renderer: 3DSiXLite
    Plays 3DS & DS roms. SoftRasterizer, Nocash & OpenGL.
    - GBA Renderer: GBX
    Plays GBA, GBC & GB roms
    - SNES Renderer: Xnes
    Plays Snes & Nes roms.
    - None Renderer

    Microphone
    - A Bar that adjusts the Volume of a Continuous Sound
    - Menu & Adjustable Sidebar

    Requirements
    - RAM: 512MB
    - OS: Compatible with All
    Last edited by Lukong; April 13th, 2011 at 00:38.
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    Default Re: Make up an Imaginary Emulator

    Quote Originally Posted by Jale View Post
    *Facepaws to the last two comments*
    What did they say? that you would have to facepaw... is what I did that bad. I think those were people who make emulators?

    able to play 3DS roms
    I think that is what caught people's attention...probably Googling a 3DS emulator.
    Last edited by Lukong; August 4th, 2011 at 11:43.
    Do you flash or EMULATE?
    I could help with DS, PS2, etc Emulators and a Link for updating Flashcards.
    Some Good Advice: Happy is the person who gets knowledge and understands what they know. Proverbs 3:13
    Laptop Specs
    Microsoft Windows XP Home 32-bit SP3 | Intel Pentium M CPU 2.00GHz
    NVIDIA GeForce FX Go5650 128MB | Patriot 166Mhz PC2700 DDR 1.0GB RAM

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    Default Re: Make up an Imaginary Emulator

    He was talking about the last two comments ( spam ) above him.
    Original, the only way to play.

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    haaa i think i missed some good hilarious posts.

    hmm... I don't even know what type of emulator... well NGP and 3DS together. (i still have to think of one though)

    I'm getting an ngp... hopefully my soon to be developed skills can impress haha

    EDIT: was just thinking... how the hell would you emulate all those extra interactive features on it... the back touch/sensor? pad and all that stuff.
    Last edited by SEVENFOOTSWORD; August 6th, 2011 at 00:28.

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    Default Re: Make up an Imaginary Emulator

    Quote Originally Posted by SEVENFOOTSWORD View Post
    haaa i think i missed some good hilarious posts.

    hmm... I don't even know what type of emulator... well NGP and 3DS together. (i still have to think of one though)

    I'm getting an ngp... hopefully my soon to be developed skills can impress haha

    EDIT: was just thinking... how the hell would you emulate all those extra interactive features on it... the back touch/sensor? pad and all that stuff.
    Seven -foot-sword say what? There is a back touch/sensor on what? The features would in a Toolbar...with a Hotkey, Menu or Toolbar they can be accessed through...this is a software thing not a DS/Flashcart feature...don't know what you mean...if the person who said an emulator[being software/energy] makes chocolate[being matter] then...Pretty cool.

    If that was hardware I have it use the Back Camera as Projection...imagine a Camera that Projects and use the Front Camera to project a Panel Hologram of the Actual Nintendo Dual Screen and then the Second, Third & Fourth Dual Screen.

    With the Panel Hologram you could adjust the size of the screen...no need for XL or 3D (Nintendo could have tried making the top screen bigger, having a switch to go back[Start+Select] and forth from Top to touch, having both screens as Touch Screens while keeping the size and call it the Nintendo DTS aka Double Touch Screen)
    Last edited by Lukong; August 7th, 2011 at 08:21.
    Do you flash or EMULATE?
    I could help with DS, PS2, etc Emulators and a Link for updating Flashcards.
    Some Good Advice: Happy is the person who gets knowledge and understands what they know. Proverbs 3:13
    Laptop Specs
    Microsoft Windows XP Home 32-bit SP3 | Intel Pentium M CPU 2.00GHz
    NVIDIA GeForce FX Go5650 128MB | Patriot 166Mhz PC2700 DDR 1.0GB RAM

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