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    Does anyone know of a gameboy advance emulator made for palm OS that is compatible with the treo 650? Thanks.
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    Are you kidding me you htink they make a gameboy advance emulator for the 650 its made for business are you a little kid or something
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    Quote Originally Posted by rlazboss
    Are you kidding me you htink they make a gameboy advance emulator for the 650 its made for business are you a little kid or something
    Bridges, don't concern yourself with Trolls. I would also be interesed in a Gameboy Advanced emulator.
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    you were right they do make it rihgt herehttp://www.gambitstudios.com/
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    There is a true GBA emulator called Firestorm by crimsonfire.com. Works but is too slow on a Treo 650. But GBC works with great performance.
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    The Treo 650 is the ultimate all in one device that makes business trips tolerable. I can watch movies on it...and play an occasional game or two...nothing wrong with that...I will always be a gamer dork at heart.
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    Just tried Firestorm...so slow..it is unplayable..what a joke.
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    You may already be aware, but there is an NES emulator called NESEM that is AWESOME! I just pruchased it and it's very impressive.

    I realize this is slightly off topic, but related.
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    Nice! Thanks!
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    Quote Originally Posted by MoseGiganticus
    You may already be aware, but there is an NES emulator called NESEM that is AWESOME! I just pruchased it and it's very impressive.

    I realize this is slightly off topic, but related.
    do you know of a way to enable "cheats" I can't seem to get them to work.
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    I know theres a game genie feature in the full version. You still need to get the actual codes (I'm sure you can fniud a billion websites listing them all). I never tried it, so I can't verify that this works and you may be aware of it already- but maybe?
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    I tried Firestorm on my 600 for classic Gameboy games, it was horrible. No framerate control (game played way too fast), horrible sound emulation.

    There's a new multi-emulator out for hires devices called LittleJohn, found at http://yoyofr92.free.fr/ - Gameboy/GBC emulation is excellent, unfortunately LJP has a few things hardcoded for hires devices only, the end result is that you can't quit the emulator without a soft reset on the 600.

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