ROMs Emulator for GBA
Nintendo Entertaiment System (NES)
The best one of Nintendo 8-bit emulators for Gameboy Advance.
written by loopy and started out as an assembler port of his loopynes
for DOS. Compleat info about this emulator can be found at NES-Emulator.com They
also have a collection of NES Roms that can be downloaded
- Emulates the NES in full speed
- Emulates all sound channels
- Emulates some of the NES mappers
- Link play support, single cart and multi cart
- Scaled mode: shrinks the NES display down to fit in the GBA
screen, sprite scaling optional
- Unscaled mode: the NES display is in full size cut off by the
- State and SRAM saving support, up to 56kbyte, about 10-20 compressed
- Sleep mode, auto sleep after 5 minutes, start+select to wake
- Accelerated mode, no speed throttling
- 1P/2P Controller switchable
- Sprite following in unscaled mode. (creator)
- Optional splash screen (creator)
+ PogoNES plug-in
Another way to play NES roms on GB Advance is to use pogo shell
with PogoNES plug in. This way you don't have to pack roms with
emulator - all you do is copy NES roms to ROOT directory of PogoShell
and run GO.BAT to send all files to the Flash Xtreme Card. Than
from the pogo shell you can browse the files on the card and pick
the game to play. Click on the game and the Shell will execute it
as a gba game!
NES emulator for the Gameboy Advance.
The emulator itself is written in Japanese, though there is a patch
to translate the menu system
into English. Though not quite up to par with PocketNES' assortment
of features, it is a great alternative which features full speed
with sound, full screen scaling, sprite following, and saving.
are a few issues with sound quality however, and a lot of times
background noise can be heard while playing a game. Also, compatibilty
isn't quite as high as PocketNES.
NES Emulators for Gameboy Advance will turn *.NES roms
into *.GBA roms.
In the ROM you will have packed emulator and one or more nes games
in a format your game boy can understand. You will be able to pick
the game you want to play from a menu. When you have made the rom
you can test play it on PC using GB Advance emu for PC or send the
newly made roms to Flash Advance Xtreme Card and play it on Gameboy
Advance as if it was a GBAgame ;) Nice thing about nintendo 8-bit
games is that they are extremely small in size! As a result you
can fit ~100 nes games on one flash card! If you have seen 100in1
cartridges from Asia - that's what they are - some GBAroms + lots
So step by step:
some NES roms from net
PC turn them from nes2gba
Use FA to
send games to Flash Card
Card in Gameboy and go!