I recently broke my G1 and I am thinking of buying the Samsung Vibrant. Since the Vibrant is touchscreen only I would have a hard time playing Nesoid, SNesoid, etc. I researched the app "Wiimote controller" but unfortunately it does not work for the Vibrant. Should I buy the Vibrant even though I use my phone to play emulators? Or should I just wait for the Samsung Epic or just buy the MyTouch Slide because both have physical keyboards?
On Friday I should be getting my new HTC Hero (I'm in the U.K so its not the Sprint one) and I'm looking for games for it. I before it had a iPhone and used it MASSIVELY for games, and want to use my HTC Hero for the same as well. I'm already going to be getting the new Game loft ones out, as well as the GBA Emulators etc. (Side note, do the Emulators run smoothly?) But yeah i want mostly 3D good games, could someone tell me some please?
I was searching around for any news on a PSX or N64 emulator for android, but there seems to be no breakthroughs yet. One thing I found was this. If you'd like to see more high-end emulators like this on Android, sign the petition. Let's try and get as many people as possible so it can be possible. PSX Emulator, N64 Emulator, VLC Player and more for Android from ZodTTD
i just got the samsung captivate, downloaded genesis emulator and downloaded the moonwalker rom but i cant play it because there is no d pad to use. any way to fix this? or can we not play emulators at all?
i am curious as to how good the emulators work with just the touch screen and no keyboard i just got the htc aria and all the vids ive seen on youtube are of android phones with keyboards has anyone used them without keyboards that can let me know if it work sgood
I am looking to get an emulator for my magic nes sega im not to fussed but can anyone give me some advice on how to get them to work. I had them for my pc years ago but no clue how they work on a phone. Do I need to root my phone or anything like that?
I'm gonna be honest here... When I found out that i could have GBA and SNES emulators on my android, I made up my mind. I tryed it out a bit on my friend's Motorola Flipout and was working just perfectly. However, on my own Flipout, the games are all "laggy". Not to mention the music which plays one note every 1 second or so... bummer. I know it's not the ROM, for i have tested with the same one my friend used... so I'm guessing it's a setting in either the phone or the emulator. Any adeas? ps: I'm using the free versions of the gameboid and snesoid
I have a rooted Moment and just downloaded the lite version of the Genesis emulator because I want to test it out before i decide if i should buy it, or the SNES/NES ones. My questions are what are the best sites to download roms for these emulators and then how do you run them? I'm not very tech savvy when it comes to phones and OS's so any help would be great.
Really the only games im looking for are Mortal Kombat 1 and 2. Mario of course for the SNES/NES. I remember trying to find Mario for the emulator I had on my computer but couldn't find any.
A friend of mine has the g1 with a nes emulator on it and a crap load of roms. Do these emulators work for android in general or are they phone specific? (new to android phones btw) If they do can anyone point me in the right direction to getting a good emulator and some roms for my moto cliq.
Whenever I use multitouch, as soon as my fingers get close to the same axis, they seem to snap onto the same axis. Is this normal, as it makes playing some games and emulators rather fiddly. Sent from my HTC Desire using Tapatalk
This is my first post and an aspiring programmer (I guess you can call me that) I want to know what type of input would be the best for a 2d game using only the touchscreen? I want to know from a gamer's point of view. I want to know if the buttons mapped on the screen is more user friendly or that "Point and click" type of input like what you would do with a mouse but touching instead? Or something dramatic with the multi touch that some devices have, but that limits the audience to a couple devices.People may argue an all touch screen input is a terrible Idea, but look at all the Android devices, most if not all have touchscreen and some ONLY have touch screen. So I would like to reach the majority of the audience.
I've still got a bunch of SNES carts like Contra 3, Mario RPG, Smash TV, and others. I know I can get the ROMs online, but my question is more which SNES games, in your opinion, are best on a touchscreen like the incredible? I tried Contra 3, but it really is unplayable...
I wonder if ne one had an major issue with their touch screen before like I had with mine. So I decided to post this little story. Let me start off with a little background info. I got my droid november 6, 5 46am central time zone. don't ask me how but the vzw dude was letting me earlier cuz I had work. I was so happy that day leaving t mobile I did love my g1 but wen I read all about the droid I felt likt I had to leave her and move on. She did do a lot for me but time tells all and it was my time go and move on.Untill two months ago (Present time I'm talking in) I realized not everyone has the bubbly keyboard. I saw friends at my unit (I'm in the army reserves) that bought the droid a couple of months after me had flat keyboards n they were bitching bout how flat it was. I agreed with them since I was woth a g1 the keyboard was a bit flat but nothing to were its such a pain, so my friend shows me his keyboard and I looked shocked played with it was like wow and I pulled my n did a side by side side comprasion and this before I saw the bubbley keyboard thread on here. So unforunately my toucscreen starting doin its own thing like it was ghost writer and spazzing out. I had no control over it this happened monday nite and I was dreading it that I will end up replacing it. But it would not let me do nothing.I couldn't go ne where on my screen it would randomly hit different icons to the point were sum times it would call my contacts. I only had control over the physical buttons. So on Tuesday during work I fought the ghost writer to let get to setting a do a system restore. First minute of the set up was ok but right wen it finish and I was on the home screen again. I was like FUDGE I don't want to replace my rare Droid. After work I replaced it, I was real pissed I had the bubbly keyboard and (something I didn't noticed untill I got my replacement) the golden plated volume side button. I miss my precious rare droid. I was soo proud to be first non employee to have the droid in houston.
my machine is running window 7.i want to communicate bw two android emulators running on same machine.Emulator 1 is listening on some ip 10.0.2.15 when emulator two tries to create Socket socket = new Socket ("10.0.2.15",8080);it gives exception, unable to connect to 10.0.2.15.does any know how to solve this problem??
I'm new to Android, but have published iphone and bberry apps.I see that I have to create an emulator using the SDK, before I can write and test an app. Why are there no default emulators? Why not at least a Nexus one, or HTC hero emulator shipped with the product? Sure its supposed to be flexible, but why not make it easy to create hello world and play around with a virtual Android phone? Both blackberry and iphone come with default simulators when you download the sdk.
whenever i add a rom manually and then open up an emulator and click on that rom it just closes back to my homescreen. ive seen several vids on how to do so but it doesn't seem to work. i added a folder on my internal sd card placed roms there and no go. i was able easily add roms on my iphone but still no luck on my captivate.