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Discussion in '3DS - Homebrew Development and Emulators' started by shutterbug2000, Jun 9, 2016.
but why would you want to emulate it
Because twloader and nds bootstrap couldn't load commercial ROMs yet. It was a possibility.
Because they can. Let them be. XD
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but flash carts r like 5 bucks
TWLoader can also use flashcards.
I don't want be rude, but I don't understand at all.
If you have a flashcard, why bother to use TWLoader?
And a lot of options.
Homemenu shortcuts that I can never get to work.
TWLoader has a higher resolution GUI, and can show animated icons from DSi-Enhanced games (SRLoader can do that too, even on a flashcard), although currently in TWLoader, games added from flashcard have them as still icons.
You can run games with TWL clock speed.
Why bother emulating DS when it's already got the hardware?
Because TWLoader hadn't become a successful project until shortly after this emulator port was made. At the time this had value but TWLoader blew it out of the water.
Why don'tcha buy a $5 flashcart instead?
Because people are finicky about what they spend their $5 on. In all seriousness though, TWLoader does have value in the fact that it cuts out the need for a flashcart and lets the 3DS do the work. For some 3DS owners, that may mean not having to tediously switch between a flashcart and a 3DS cart all the time.
It being a 3DS mode app means you can use MarcusD's screen brightness reduction and redshift - lifesaver for late night play.
Not really a reason to use slow homebrew emulation instead of DS mode.
Also, nice necrobump.