Old games.

Discussion in 'Windows Phone Software' started by Darksider, Jul 6, 2006.

  1. redmarker

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    Thanks I restarted my q and now they all open, do you know where I can find a rom of super mario bros or zelda because alot of the rom sites I've looked through dont have them.
  3. cavfire97

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    also I downloaded the picodrive to my q for genesis games but none of the roms i put on the q will work they keep saying there is no application associated with the file. I dont know should I try a different site I've been using romnation.
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    If my Wife finds out she can play Super Mario Brothers on my Q Im going to Kill you Guys(((Kidding))) Ill have to buy a New Q, because she will confiscate mine!
  6. dan99mp

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    I am unable to get my "Save State" function to work when I use NESter. Does anyone have any advice?
  7. redmarker

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    have you downloaded the .dll file mentioned earlier in the thread? that seems to be the key to using the menu's within the emus

    i only use pocketnesterplus for my nes, so i'd be of no help on that app
  8. dodgerdann

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    I haven't got it work either, not sure what the deal is.

    Also, if you go to the options for PocketNester you can view ROM INFO. Some of ROMS have a 'save RAM' feature. This allows you to continue where you left off without using the Save State feature. Out of about 20 games I've checked, only LINK (Zelda2) has that feature.

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