Nintendo is releasing a NES Mini
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(07-15-2016, 01:10 PM)5150 Wrote: I have an iPhone too. I can't even use the links.




I dont give a shit. This place is retarded. Banned for posting a picture of a cat, now having links from google deleted just because theyre on mega and you dont have to sift through ads.

I see the pod people have gotten to Nebraska now.

Get used to deleting this.

NES Emulator:
https://mega.nz/#!Hc8BHCKJ!gRld3vCJoBmt_...NHIo4tmqsb

NES Tetris Rom:
https://mega.nz/#!6MMmyQCK!PCoUZ5SWbHdN8...Gp8UOOLQhM
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#32
Dude there is literally one rule in this forum LOL
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#33
So linking directly to google results, ok. Cutting out having to deal with ads on those site, bad.


NES Emulator:
https://mega.nz/#!Hc8BHKJ!gRld3vCJoBmt_-...4tmqsbXFJs

NES Tetris Rom:
https://mega.nz/#!6MMmyQK!PCoUZ5SWbHdN8M...OOLQhMqm3g
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#34
I give a shit. I want to use the links. I want that game on my phone without having to root it. I appreciate the effort.
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#35
Yep!
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#36
When I link to a program and post a serial number or crack, then you can delete it.

NES Emulator:
https://mega.nz/#!Hc8BHCKJ!gRld3vJoBmt_-...4tmqsbXFJs

NES Tetris Rom:
https://mega.nz/#!6MMmyQCK!PCoZ5SWbHdN8M...OOLQhMqm3g
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#37
Ok thank you Heart
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#38
(07-15-2016, 01:20 PM)5150 Wrote: I give a shit. I want to use the links. I want that game on my phone without having to root it. I appreciate the effort.


No root needed.

Just go to phones settings(if you had an android) and enable install from unknown sources.

Or you can literally go to the play store and search nes emulator and see all the bastard pirate links google allows on their own store.

NES Emulator:
https://mega.nz/#!Hc8BHCKJ!gRld3vCJoBmt_...o4tmsbXFJs

NES Tetris Rom:
https://mega.nz/#!6MMmyQCK!PCoUZ5SbHdN8M...OOLQhMqm3g
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#39
I think I found a emulator for my iPhone. So hopefully I will be using that ROM
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#40
Yeah, the rom will work no matter the device or emulator.

You can find any other rom here:
http://www.emuparadise.me/Nintendo_Enter...em_ROMs/13


Or since you have a Wiggz Brand Wii already, take the sd card out and copy all the roms off that.

NES Emulator:
https://mega.nz/#!Hc8BHCKJ!gRld3vCJoBmt_...NHIo4tmqsb

NES Tetris Rom:
https://mega.nz/#!6MMmyQCK!PCoUZ5SWbHdN8...Gp8UOOLQhM
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#41
Oh yeah. I forgot I could just copy that whole card. Sweet.
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#42
The nes roms should be in a folder called FCEUX/Roms. I think its only 250MB or so for all of them.
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#43
I'll move all the ROMs to a folder on my computer so I'll always have them. Might as well download a good emulator for my computer. I can use the Xbone controller to play them.
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#44
It's just like them pod people in Zombies Ate My Neighbors!
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#45
alright after comicon wiggz i;ll buy a harddrive. i need to actually mod this wii but i think that letterbomb hack still works right?
if there's grass on the field play ball, if theres no grass well play in the mud!

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#46
He can't answer
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#47
Way to go 5150. It's all your fault.
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#49
goodness....
if there's grass on the field play ball, if theres no grass well play in the mud!

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And then this dude shit all over Nintendo.
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#51
That is definitely not the first Raspberry Pi I've seen modded into a NES. The tiny controller made me laugh out loud for real though.

But yeah that is pretty cool.
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#52
nes classic is already discontinued.

never got one either, and i did try LOL

http://kotaku.com/nintendo-discontinues-...1794303321
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(07-15-2016, 12:52 PM)Nebraska Wrote:


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#54
I lucked out and was able to order one from bestbuy.com a few weeks ago for retail price so I didn't have to pay some lame ass scalper $200+ for it.

With that said, it's sad that they're discontinuing it and preventing lots of people from getting their hands on one. I'll say the device is exactly worth the $59.99 I paid for it. It's nothing fancy, but it's neat and something fun to play in the living room when friends come over. The cord on the controller is way too fucking short and I'm not buying a second controller from a scalper for like $50+ so I got some cheap third party wireless controllers that actually work pretty well.

I was hoping to buy a second one to mod while I keep the first one original, but it looks like that's not happening.
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(04-15-2017, 09:54 AM)A.W.E.S.O.M.-O Wrote: I lucked out and was able to order one from bestbuy.com a few weeks ago for retail price so I didn't have to pay some lame ass scalper $200+ for it.

With that said, it's sad that they're discontinuing it and preventing lots of people from getting their hands on one. I'll say the device is exactly worth the $59.99 I paid for it. It's nothing fancy, but it's neat and something fun to play in the living room when friends come over. The cord on the controller is way too fucking short and I'm not buying a second controller from a scalper for like $50+ so I got some cheap third party wireless controllers that actually work pretty well.

I was hoping to buy a second one to mod while I keep the first one original, but it looks like that's not happening.

When you flash the cfw you backup your ofw so you can return it to stock whenever
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(04-15-2017, 06:52 PM)Ceallach Wrote: When you flash the cfw you backup your ofw so you can return it to stock whenever


I may look into it. I don't have as much motivation or reason to since I'm already emulating everything from NES up to PS1 and N64 on my Nvidia Shield.

Funny thing: my Shield emulates NES better than the NES Classic emulates NES.
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#57
I would hope so given the difference in price and power.

But it's a novelty to me. I prefer to play on real hardware.
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#58
Wanted to get one of these for a long fucking time. Now I won't ever get one, hooray
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#59
(04-16-2017, 07:36 AM)Ceallach Wrote: I would hope so given the difference in price and power.

But it's a novelty to me. I prefer to play on real hardware.


Oh sure, I do too. And the NES Classic definitely wasn't a necessary purchase, but I'm glad I was able to get my hands on one.
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#60
SNES Mini allegedly this fall.

N64 Mini, we will likely never see.

Couldn't they do a retro Gameboy handheld emulator? Do everything from og Gameboy, Color, Advance all the way up to just before the DS.
(03-17-2016, 02:01 PM)Wiggz Wrote: Jimmy King had a broken back and was paralyzed but he hopped out of his wheelchair and whooped Kanyon in Memphis. Then Sting broke six bones in his neck with a bat and in two weeks he came back and ruled ass.

Jimmy King > Sting


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