Difference between revisions of "The Legend of Zelda/Emulators"

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(What is valid?)
(What is valid?)
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The answer is, almost anything. NES emulation is very well understood, and very well implemented. Most popular emulators are accurate and acceptable.
 
The answer is, almost anything. NES emulation is very well understood, and very well implemented. Most popular emulators are accurate and acceptable.
  
It's a common practice when doing speed runs on an emulator to document your emulator and version, and to record with the full window visible, but that's not required for the boards of this game.
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It's a common practice when doing speed runs on an emulator to document your emulator and version, and to record with the full window visible, but none of that is required for the boards of this game.
 
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Here are some popular options:
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= Popular options =
 
* [http://nestopia.sourceforge.net Nestopia]
 
* [http://nestopia.sourceforge.net Nestopia]
 
* [http://www.fceux.com/ Fceux]
 
* [http://www.fceux.com/ Fceux]

Revision as of 19:57, 30 January 2019

What is valid?

The answer is, almost anything. NES emulation is very well understood, and very well implemented. Most popular emulators are accurate and acceptable.

It's a common practice when doing speed runs on an emulator to document your emulator and version, and to record with the full window visible, but none of that is required for the boards of this game.

Popular options