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Nvidia Shield Tablet Emulator

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By mejdam, Senior Member on 28th August 2014, 03:14 PM
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8th December 2014, 08:56 PM |#31  
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9th March 2015, 01:49 AM |#33  
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Cross-posting this here too, given the audience for this thread:

Thought I would bring this up here, given how many of us like to game with emulators on our Shield Tablets.

It is currently on Kickstarter, but the thing about this one is that the actual product already exists and works - the guy has been making similar adapters for years with very good feedback. The funding is needed to rationalise the production costs by being able to order a large enough run on parts.

Anyone interested in a product like this please back this one and share it widely to social media, this missed funding on one round already given it's relatively niche appeal.
9th March 2015, 02:06 AM |#34  
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Cross-posting this here too, given the audience for this thread:

Thought I would bring this up here, given how many of us like to game with emulators on our Shield Tablets.

It is currently on Kickstarter, but the thing about this one is that the actual product already exists and works - the guy has been making similar adapters for years with very good feedback. The funding is needed to rationalise the production costs by being able to order a large enough run on parts.

Anyone interested in a product like this please back this one and share it widely to social media, this missed funding on one round already given it's relatively niche appeal.

Yup, very nice product, also works on the Raspberry Pi. The 4-play does show up and work with multiple controller if you desire that many on the tablet. Here is the full kit you can get from the KS.

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