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[Q] The best emulators - performance wise?

29th March 2012, 09:12 PM |#1  
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As the topic states. I am using emulation (NES, SNES, GENESIS & GBA) on my phone.

But are there any stats on wich emulator that are best for each system, performance wise?

Is Nesoid, Snesoid, Genoid and Gameboid the best out there, or are there other contenders of the champion title?
 
 
29th March 2012, 09:18 PM |#2  
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i like all the .emu emulator more (updated almost weekly and faster and more compatible):

nes.emu
md.emu

and from the same author: snes9x ex (wich is the only one from him that is free on his webpage), just put snes9x ex on google.
29th March 2012, 09:39 PM |#3  
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Get all the -oid emulators off the slideme marketplace. Nesoid, snesoid, gameboid, gensoid, etc. They're free.
30th March 2012, 12:17 AM |#4  
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and from the same author: snes9x ex (wich is the only one from him that is free on his webpage), just put snes9x ex on google.

Do you know anything about input lag? All SNES emulators for Android have always had a bad input lag up to 1/2 of a second.
30th March 2012, 01:12 AM |#5  
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Do you know anything about input lag? All SNES emulators for Android have always had a bad input lag up to 1/2 of a second.

Really? I've not had input lag on Kirby's Dream Land 3 on snesoid. The game itself is laggy when not overclocked, but the input itself is snappy
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Do you know anything about input lag? All SNES emulators for Android have always had a bad input lag up to 1/2 of a second.

I've played through all 3 Donkey Kong Country's on Snesoid and didn't notice any lag
30th March 2012, 05:17 AM |#7  
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i thin snes9x ex is the best snes emu http://www.explusalpha.com/home/snes9x-ex/downloads
also md.emu is real good
30th March 2012, 05:19 AM |#8  
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Thanks for the input!

Just wanna say something about lagging (not input lag, but ordinary lag).

Its very much about what you have installed, and what processes being run in the background. I have used Titanium Backup to wipe a lot of bloatware, and when Im gaming, I use Astro to kill off all the unnecessary apps being run in the background.

I always run Task-Killer in Astro prior to gaming, the experience is much better.
30th March 2012, 10:22 PM |#9  
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I don't use task killer anymore because Android load the apps back to the ram as soon as you kill them. The only way is to disable (ICS feature) or freeze them, or as you said, delete.

neo.emu alone makes this phone worth its full price.
1st April 2012, 07:02 AM |#10  
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Mupen64plus is a pretty good n64 emulator and the psx emulator on the xperia play is pretty good. Or use fpse orwhatever it's called instead

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