Hi I just wanted to give some attention to the new open source
n64 emulator for android Mupen64plus-AE which was developed by Paul Lamb.
Its currently in its beta testing phase and it would be awesome if other developers wanted to join in and contribute to the project.
Android market link:
Heres a link to the latest build + source code:
[This is currently the only emulator for android with xperia touch pad support]
Here is an overview of the emulator:
Here is a comparison video of banjo-tooie running on n64oid and mupen64plus-ae:
Here is an extra video I made of the xperia play touch pads working with the emulator:
The GUI is now finished so most of this information is now irrelevant
How do I map the gamepad buttons?
First, install and run the "SDL Scancode Finder" linked below. Press the keys you want to map, and write down the Scancodes that are displayed. Then after running Mupen64Plus AE at least once, close the app and edit the file [sdcard]/app-data/paulscode.android.mupen64plus/data/InputAutoCfg.ini. Under the [Keyboard] section, enter the scancodes that you wrote down earlier. For the analog stick, use the scancodes for the left and right buttons for "X Axis", and the scancodes for the up and down buttons for "Y Axis". Finally, save the file and restart the emulator.
SDL Scancode Finder:http://www.paulscode.com/source/Andr...nder-debug.apk
Alternatively you use my control config and just paste is over the file. Just replace [sdcard]/app-data/paulscode.android.mupen64plus/data/InputAutoCfg.ini with the custom version of the InputAutoCfg.ini
Heres my config: http://dl.dropbox.com/u/13594612/pau...putAutoCfg.ini (right click and save as)
How do I change games?
Delete or rename the file [sdcard]/app-data/paulscode.android.mupen64plus/roms/mario.n64. Place the ROM you wish to play into that directory, and call it "mario.n64" (it doesn't matter what format the ROM is in, just call it "mario.n64", and the emulator will load it instead of Mario64).
How do I remove the touch control overlay?
Go to [sdcard]/app-data/paulscode.android.mupen64plus/skins and delete everything in there except the folder called touchpads, the touch pads folder it what lets you use the xperia play touch pads.