The ROM Report Part VI – Emulators on the Nintendo DS Edition

The ROM ReportI really liked the “Notable Homebrew” section in the Nintendo DS Homebrew Wikipedia article before it was editted out, with the reason that “Wikipedia is not a list of links”.

In any case, the list of links from that section can still be retrieved from the revision history.

I’m putting up a portion here for posterity. More specifically, it’s a list of emulators.

I’ve taken the liberty to enhance this list of emulators that run on the Nintendo DS. Included now are the manufacturers of the consoles as well as the year that they were introduced. The format is as such Manufacturer ConsoleName Year : EmulatorName.

Emulators that I’ve tried before have an asterix (*) next to their names. Feel free to click on the links to find out more about the consoles and also to download the emulators:

I’ve been trying out StellaDS, an emulator for the Atari 2600, and I can’t believe how ugly Mario Bros looked liked 30 years ago. Anyways, it’s all very nice getting to play really old games on the DS.

Be warned though that emulators are not perfect, the ones that ‘m using have compatibility problems with some games on their respective platforms. Those games either look terribly jumbled up or refuse to run on the emulator.

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