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Jul 12, 2012
Try importing the Texture pack Zip directly from the bottom of Rice Plugin, when your editing it. And make sure you've selected that plugin for the game when you run it. You can configure each game separately by clicking on its cover, so it may still be trying to use one of the other plugins and not the edited rice one.
https://www.dropbox.com/s/whok40tlct6cq03/Super Mario 64.zip?dl=0
Here you go here's a Mario64 one, It should say "Mollymutts" when you start the game up if its worked.

Thanks very much for the help, I probably wouldn't have tried again anytime soon if you hadn't have responded so quickly.. feel pretty dumb now, hadn't put the packs inside the folder


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Aug 21, 2012
I can't say I'd noticed it mate but I've not played it played it excessive on android yet. There are a few different packs you could try. One of the other ones is the combined community pack version 7. That's ones about 800MB though.


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Oct 15, 2010
http://builds.reicast.com/ for your Dreamcast needs, latest builds are really good, just a bit more love needed put into this and it'll be perfect, SKIES OF ARCADIA!
https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=org.uoyabause.android for your Saturn needs, impressive so far, just needs a bit more optimization. Radiant Silvergun is full speed!
https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=org.ppsspp.ppsspp really good PSP emulator, just a hint more optimization and it'll be beautiful, GOD OF WAAARR!!

All free by the way :D

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    Got my ROMs setup nicely on the shield!
    Go grab the RetroArch apk and sideload it, it's free and it's a multiplatform emulator.
    This will help. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BZKmGNyIyH0&list=FLgAY4O5NcmChSgtegVnlRRg&index=1

    Although if you do the same while using the Rice pluggin there is an option to import the textures from a zip file at the bottom and it will automatically create the sub-folders within the Mupen64 directory structure for you. You do need to copy and then edit whatever plugin you want to use to enable the high res textures first. Once you figure that out its plain sailing.
    Thanks for that bailey.. can't do anything until my Airmouse arrives though, I've tried navigating ES with the pad before & it's a nightmare.

    I actually prefer ES using the pad its fine once you get used to it. I never use a mouse.

    Just a note to say I tied it with the glide plugin and couldn't get it to work. Does work perfectly with the a modified "Rice Accurate" plugin for me though.