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  1. Hrishikesh Jadhav's Avatar
    I tried n64oid emulator played mortal kombat 4 3d, but it's laggy, tho the emulator doesn't need too much of ram or memory, does anyone know any working nintendo 64 bit smooth working emulator?

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    04-01-19 02:23 PM
  2. Bla1ze's Avatar
    RetroArch worked great when I used it, but I doubt support for the BB10 version has been kept up. Probably have to try the Android version now and see how that runs / works on BB10.
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    04-02-19 01:22 PM
  3. BronzeBeard's Avatar
    I use the retroarch build for BB10 and it works great for SNES and PSX. There really isn't anything worth playing on N64, so I have not tried it.

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    04-03-19 10:36 AM
  4. Hrishikesh Jadhav's Avatar
    RetroArch worked great when I used it, but I doubt support for the BB10 version has been kept up. Probably have to try the Android version now and see how that runs / works on BB10.
    Yes android version, bb10 emulatior 64N apps don't work.

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    04-04-19 01:58 AM
  5. Hrishikesh Jadhav's Avatar
    I use the retroarch build for BB10 and it works great for SNES and PSX. There really isn't anything worth playing on N64, so I have not tried it.

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    N64, I just want to play mortal kombat 4, it's worth playing, pass time. It was my fav game.


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    04-04-19 02:00 AM
  6. bansheeboyz's Avatar
    where do you find an emulator for the passport
    04-06-19 07:19 PM
  7. Hrishikesh Jadhav's Avatar
    where do you find an emulator for the passport
    Download 64bit emulator

    https://m.emuparadise.me/Nintendo_64...oid/N64oid/127


    Download roms from here

    Always remember when you start the emulator, pull down and goto portait mode every time when you open the emulator.

    https://romsmania.cc/emulators/nintendo-64/n64oid-25

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    04-07-19 07:57 AM
  8. spookyentertainment's Avatar
    So there is nothing in BlackBerry world to ru emulators?

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    04-07-19 10:14 AM
  9. Hrishikesh Jadhav's Avatar
    So there is nothing in BlackBerry world to ru emulators?

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    There won't be any in bbworld. Just apk, but n64oid is a Nintendo 64 bit emulator which runs very smooth on passport.
    04-08-19 04:55 AM
  10. spookyentertainment's Avatar
    There won't be any in bbworld. Just apk, but n64oid is a Nintendo 64 bit emulator which runs very smooth on passport.
    Do you just use the screen for a controller or what?

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    04-08-19 09:27 AM
  11. Hrishikesh Jadhav's Avatar
    Do you just use the screen for a controller or what?

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    Im comfortable with on screen keys, but you can assign passport's keyboard to play the game in control settings of the emulator.
    04-08-19 09:45 AM
  12. mh1983's Avatar
    Do you just use the screen for a controller or what?

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    Use the native bar file for Retroarch if you want to use physical keys instead.

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    Last edited by mh1983; 04-09-19 at 03:59 PM.
    04-08-19 06:25 PM
  13. spookyentertainment's Avatar
    Ok thanks guys

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    04-08-19 11:59 PM
  14. cjamesbrown's Avatar
    Use the native bar file if you want to use physical keys instead.

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    When you say 'use the native bar file' what are you referring to? Do you mean Mupen64+? I've run N64oid and had no luck with Passport physical keys, but the video performance is pretty flawless. Mupen64+ for BB10 has perfect physical key support but the odd video hiccup (even just the title screen has some jumpiness you don't see on N64oid).

    I'm assuming when you say 'native bar file' you're referring to Mupen? Any idea what the settings are to put into Mupen to mimic what N64oid is doing? Unless I'm missing something there isn't nearly the level of settings tweaking in N64oid.

    Thanks for any help!
    04-09-19 03:53 PM
  15. Hrishikesh Jadhav's Avatar
    When you say 'use the native bar file' what are you referring to? Do you mean Mupen64+? I've run N64oid and had no luck with Passport physical keys, but the video performance is pretty flawless. Mupen64+ for BB10 has perfect physical key support but the odd video hiccup (even just the title screen has some jumpiness you don't see on N64oid).

    I'm assuming when you say 'native bar file' you're referring to Mupen? Any idea what the settings are to put into Mupen to mimic what N64oid is doing? Unless I'm missing something there isn't nearly the level of settings tweaking in N64oid.

    Thanks for any help!
    The only smooth working emulator is n64oid. I tried many other emulator. But those were laggy and most not supported.

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    04-14-19 09:38 AM
  16. mh1983's Avatar
    When you say 'use the native bar file' what are you referring to? Do you mean Mupen64+? I've run N64oid and had no luck with Passport physical keys, but the video performance is pretty flawless. Mupen64+ for BB10 has perfect physical key support but the odd video hiccup (even just the title screen has some jumpiness you don't see on N64oid).

    I'm assuming when you say 'native bar file' you're referring to Mupen? Any idea what the settings are to put into Mupen to mimic what N64oid is doing? Unless I'm missing something there isn't nearly the level of settings tweaking in N64oid.

    Thanks for any help!
    I mean Retroarch. You get the bar file from the relevant thread and sideload it using a variety of methods (I still prefer the BB10/PlayBook Chrome extension. There are good tutorials floating around)

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    04-14-19 11:08 AM

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