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Emulation (Games) Android Graphics Hardware Hacking

Hacking Jules Coaxes Android Wear To Run Nintendo 64 and PSP Emulators (androidpolice.com) 37

Espectr0 writes: YouTube user Hacking Jules would like you to see his collection of game emulators running on Android Wear. He manages to play classic 3D Mario and Zelda games running in a Nintendo 64 emulator on the original LG G-Watch, while also running Monster Hunter on the PPSSPP emulator.As the linked article admits, this is a work of passion rather than practicality -- if you actually want to play those games enjoyably, don't trade your console or conventional emulator for a smart watch.
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Hacking Jules Coaxes Android Wear To Run Nintendo 64 and PSP Emulators

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  • He manages to play classic 3D Mario and Zelda

    There's no game called "3D Mario" or "Zelda" so they shouldn't be italicised.

    He plays Super Mario 64 and The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time

  • I did this and more using retroarch more than 9 months ago! And I got the YouTube video to prove it https://youtu.be/DSjo3uV6Dxs [youtu.be]
  • so many games and emulators on phones always seem to put the damn buttons over the game screen. for most phones, anyways, there is no reason to not pillarbox the game screen and leave ample room on the sides for the buttons, as all these old systems are 4:3.

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