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MyNameIsDefault
Posted on 03-31-17 01:38 PM (rev. 3 of 03-31-17 01:44 PM) Link | #23
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HewpjC40REo

Running on melonDS 0.1

Game seems to run near-perfect, getting 45-60 FPS when not recording, averaging out around 50 with rare drops to 40. Would probably run full-speed consistently if I wasn't using a potato, possibly just needing an i3. The only problems are no sound (obviously, not implemented yet) and no rumble (being the only game I can think of with rumble, I don't see why this would be implemented early on either).

Something odd I ran into with the bios/firmware though. I had settings set on my DS to auto boot carts if inserted, so I turned that off and redumped the stuff. Using that new dump, if autoboot isn't set in melonDS, results in the top screen staying white.

StapleButter
Posted on 04-03-17 04:53 AM Link | #33
Posted by MyNameIsDefault
Something odd I ran into with the bios/firmware though. I had settings set on my DS to auto boot carts if inserted, so I turned that off and redumped the stuff. Using that new dump, if autoboot isn't set in melonDS, results in the top screen staying white.

It's odd to say the least. Maybe some GPU configuration not properly changed/reset.


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