N64 Emulator Released For iPhone 3GS & iPod Touch 3G

ZodTTD today released his N64 emulator for the iPhone 3GS and iPod Touch 3G, a while before expected. A 14-year-old developer had begun work on a N64 emulator, slated for release in Spring but ZodTTD beat him to it.

It is a port of mupen64plus along with Ari64’s ARM Dynarec, and Adventus / Orkin’s OpenGLES GPU. Since the graphics processing unit (GPU) code is written with the OpenGL ES 2.0 specification, it limits the devices able to be used to the iPhone 3gs and iPod Touch 3rd Gen as of the current Apple lineup.

The current version sports:

  • Support for the Wii Remote via Bluetooth;
  • Emulation dynarec fast CPU;
  • Emulation of sound;
  • Download the ROM of games from the same;
  • Using Open GL libraries | ES 2.0;
  • Supports ROM:. N64 and. Z64 and archives. Zip and. Gz

n64iPhone is available now from Cydia.

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N64 iPhone Emulator Coming in Spring 2010

N64 iPhone Emulator Coming in Spring 2010

A N64 Emulator is the works for the iPhone 3GS and 3rd generation iPod Touch. The emulator called 3G4 has been created by a 14-year-old boy. This could be the first native N64 emulator for the iPhone, however ZodTTD has been working on an emulator for some time, but unfortunately we haven’t heard any news in a long time.

There are of course the usual problems with any project in development such as “duplicate button registers, delay of presses, and crashes when heavy gameplay occurs. ”

The emulator has an expected release of Spring 2010, according to the developer.