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DS Games Adapter for PC

Msuni
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So i just discovered the Retrode adapter which allows you to play SNES games on your PC, however, is there something similar but for the DS?

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Not to my knowledge. I'd suspect that the touch screen interface that can't be (easily) emulated on the PC would rule it out.

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2 hours ago, Monkey Dust said:

Not to my knowledge. I'd suspect that the touch screen interface that can't be (easily) emulated on the PC would rule it out.

I mean theres a DS emulator called Citra which I've been using to play Pokemon Ultra Sun and it plays flawlessly, the touchscreen screen on the emulator just run from the mouse rather than touchscreen. But i suppose transfer the touchscreen from a ds to a PC directly, rather than emulating, would be the hard part. Thanks for the reply appreciate it. Hopefully we will see something like this is the future because i would for sure buy it. 

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13 hours ago, October22nd said:

I mean theres a DS emulator called Citra which I've been using to play Pokemon Ultra Sun and it plays flawlessly, the touchscreen screen on the emulator just run from the mouse rather than touchscreen. But i suppose transfer the touchscreen from a ds to a PC directly, rather than emulating, would be the hard part. Thanks for the reply appreciate it. Hopefully we will see something like this is the future because i would for sure buy it. 

Same with DeSuMe and No$GBA (DS emulators, Citrate is for 3DS specifically).

 

Anyways, I found this article: https://lifehacker.com/5588151/hack-your-nintendo-ds-for-easy-backups-and-single-cartridge-playback

 

Which this seems to be like.. exactly what you want.

Keep in mind this method requires you connecting your DS to WiFi and the DS only support WEP (in terms of password stuff), which is not exactly the most up to date secure thing. In the article they talk about how you can downgrade your router's security for the time being until you performed these actions

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10 hours ago, Minibois said:

Same with DeSuMe and No$GBA (DS emulators, Citrate is for 3DS specifically).

 

Anyways, I found this article: https://lifehacker.com/5588151/hack-your-nintendo-ds-for-easy-backups-and-single-cartridge-playback

 

Which this seems to be like.. exactly what you want.

Keep in mind this method requires you connecting your DS to WiFi and the DS only support WEP (in terms of password stuff), which is not exactly the most up to date secure thing. In the article they talk about how you can downgrade your router's security for the time being until you performed these actions

Thank you very much, i shall have read. :)

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