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Discussion in 'Gamer's Heartbeat' started by Bleenix, Jan 9, 2013.
Art design was top notch,actually finished this not too long ago on a emu
ive never ran an emulator before. how do i do that? it's probably really simple right..
Topped only by Super Mario World.
Its super simple,theres vids all over youtube to walk you through.But i suggest you get a gamepad if you dont already have one,playing with the keyboard sucks a fat one
Look up the ZSNES emulator, download that shit. Download the ROM's you want, extract those motherfuckers into the ZSNES file then you're good to go.
Easiest thing ever. One of the first things I learned on a computer lol
1) download winzip
2) download NES/SNES emulator; google it
3) download SNES roms aka games; google again
4) make a folder for all of this
5) unzip to the folder
6) open emulator
7) open game
yeah its the easiest thing in the world to get an emu...
buy a usb controller too!
oh and yoshis island was a master piece imo.
Absolute masterpiece. Though Baby Mario's screaming and hollering got on my nerves more than a few times.
Absolute masterpiece. Though Baby Mario's screaming and hollering got on my nerves more than a few times.[/quote]
Lol, yeah ... that's also what helped to make it so memorable .
Those boss fights were awesome as fuck too,didnt they do a sequel to this on n64?
[quote name='"KidKash420"']Those boss fights were awesome as fuck too,didnt they do a sequel to this on n64?[/quote]
yeah the sequel Is Yoshis Story which isn't half as good as Yoshis Island
Wow guys thanks. Im going to do this sometime today.
Do they have like, mario paint? I think its called. Its on the wii, or is it strictly like n64
Edit: It's not on the wii, on the gamecube.. i remembered correctly. it was a fun game. Mario carried a paint pack on his back and I believe you went around spraying everything with paint to color the world and all that
So far they have every emulator except PS3 and 360 that I know of