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  1. mobwi's Avatar
    App Store Link: Win64e10

    It's an UWP app and runs on all Windows 10 devices. Later there will be a free lite version. You don't have any limit on the lite version except loading the save state.

    There is no in app purchase in the app at all. That in-app purchase is incorrectly displayed in the store listing. It's left when I was developing the app. It will disappear from the store listing after several hours.

    The 822 I used in video is a three years old machine, but I still can play many titles although a bit slow. Your Lumia 950 XL should be a lot better than that 822.

    To-do list:
    1. MOGA controller support.
    2. Continumm mode.
    3. Performance improvement(Still trying dynarec mode on phone but with no luck, though the dynarec works well on PC side)
    4. OneDrive syncing.

    Take a look at the video.
    Another in game video.
    App Store Link: Win64e10

    Win64e10 is a port of Mupen64plus for Windows tablet/PC and Phone. It supports touch screen virtual analog control. It's compatible for most of the games.

    The Surface 2 RT version is another app called Win64e.

    App Store Link:
    Win64e
    Last edited by mobwi; 04-02-2016 at 06:24 PM. Reason: The emulator works on W10M
    11-28-2015 10:52 PM
  2. Jack Neill's Avatar
    360 controller support?
    11-29-2015 10:24 AM
  3. mobwi's Avatar
    360 controller support?
    Xbox 360 controller support, yes.
    Ben Levi Giron likes this.
    11-29-2015 03:37 PM
  4. TLRtheory's Avatar
    MOGA support on Phone?
    11-29-2015 05:29 PM
  5. mobwi's Avatar
    MOGA support on Phone?
    Yes.
    TLRtheory and Ben Levi Giron like this.
    11-29-2015 05:43 PM
  6. 7a2eer's Avatar
    Looks like a port of Mupen64. Going to release the source code? :P
    11-29-2015 06:04 PM
  7. isi mcf's Avatar
    is this app universal?
    11-29-2015 08:54 PM
  8. scionluna's Avatar
    Fantastic job! I can't wait for the app to be released on Windows 10 Mobile.
    11-29-2015 09:11 PM
  9. mobwi's Avatar
    is this app universal?
    No for now.
    11-29-2015 09:13 PM
  10. enixon's Avatar
    Was this taken down already?
    11-29-2015 10:56 PM
  11. mobwi's Avatar
    Was this taken down already?
    It's published yesterday. Do you mean you can't see the app in store?

    Normally the app should already been deployed to all countries within 16 hours. However, the Windows App Store is very unstable. I can see from the dashboard the app is at published status, but can't find it at all in the store now. I contacted MS for help but nobody responds.
    Last edited by mobwi; 11-30-2015 at 05:33 AM.
    11-30-2015 12:32 AM
  12. nasellok's Avatar
    a search in both the W10 mobile store, and the full W10 store shows me no results. Would love this app!
    11-30-2015 02:40 PM
  13. DavidinCT's Avatar
    Nice looking app but, it's $5.99 ? Good luck with your app, it seems a little much to me for it. If it was around $2, I think I would try it...

    You can get tons of 3rd party Windows x86 (Intel PC based) emulators for free (Not for RT devices), I have been using N64 emulators for years now.
    11-30-2015 06:26 PM
  14. TechFreak1's Avatar
    Looks good, applaud your efforts however as DavidinCT stated there are so many out there that run on x86/x64 for free.

    The most common one being Project64 which is free.

    If RT had taken off in a big way, pity it didn't as it's a perfect tablet consumption o/s.

    If it did I could see your emulator taking off however on W10, it's a different story.

    Maybe release a video of the app working and offer a timed trial?

    So at least this way people know it is a working app not faux emulator :).
    11-30-2015 08:14 PM
  15. mobwi's Avatar
    Looks good, applaud your efforts however as DavidinCT stated there are so many out there that run on x86/x64 for free.

    The most common one being Project64 which is free.

    If RT had taken off in a big way, pity it didn't as it's a perfect tablet consumption o/s.

    If it did I could see your emulator taking off however on W10, it's a different story.

    Maybe release a video of the app working and offer a timed trial?

    So at least this way people know it is a working app not faux emulator :).
    Good idea.

    Yes, it will have a trial. Take it easy.

    Pj64 doesn't have support for touch control because it's built for desktop but not tablet. The user experience is different.
    Last edited by mobwi; 11-30-2015 at 09:50 PM.
    11-30-2015 09:37 PM
  16. mobwi's Avatar
    Nice looking app but, it's $5.99 ? Good luck with your app, it seems a little much to me for it. If it was around $2, I think I would try it...

    You can get tons of 3rd party Windows x86 (Intel PC based) emulators for free (Not for RT devices), I have been using N64 emulators for years now.
    All right. I will consider to lower the price.
    11-30-2015 09:55 PM
  17. natelawrence's Avatar
    Some quick thoughts:

    1: You need an option to show the image at the correct aspect ratio.
    (Ideally people should have to go out of their way to stretch the video strangely as seen in your screenshot above.)

    2: A trial version of the app would be appreciated so that people can decide if the emulator is worth their money.
    Ideally this would be a time-limited full featured trial.

    3: Question: Why does a Windows Store app for x86/x64 targets have two different URLs?
    11-30-2015 10:09 PM
  18. mobwi's Avatar
    Some quick thoughts:

    1: You need an option to show the image at the correct aspect ratio.
    (Ideally people should have to go out of their way to stretch the video strangely as seen in your screenshot above.)

    2: A trial version of the app would be appreciated so that people can decide if the emulator is worth their money.
    Ideally this would be a time-limited full featured trial.

    3: Question: Why does a Windows Store app for x86/x64 targets have two different URLs?
    1. Aspect Ratio options etc are in my to do list.

    2. How about in-app purchase on load savestate button? I am not sure if the savestate will be deleted or not once the time-limited trial is over. Can anybody confirm this?

    3. Maybe different app store websites for Windows 10 and 8.1. I got the URLs listed on my email sent by MS.
    Last edited by mobwi; 11-30-2015 at 10:51 PM.
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    11-30-2015 10:40 PM
  19. TechFreak1's Avatar
    Good idea.

    Yes, it will have a trial. Take it easy.

    Pj64 doesn't have support for touch control because it's built for desktop but not tablet. The user experience is different.
    I know pj64 doesn't have touch support. The point I was making is people have alot more options when it comes to win32. RT and phones, not so much :).
    12-01-2015 05:00 AM
  20. mobwi's Avatar
    I know pj64 doesn't have touch support. The point I was making is people have alot more options when it comes to win32. RT and phones, not so much :).
    You can play with touch control on it. This is very convenient compared to Pj64 that can't be used without keyboard or joystick. You can play on bed or sofa comfortably with no keyboard attached.
    Last edited by mobwi; 12-08-2015 at 11:47 PM.
    12-01-2015 05:38 PM
  21. sasuke taleb's Avatar
    You can play with touch control on it. This is very convenient compared to Pj64 that can't be used without keyboard or joystick. You can play on bed or sofa comfortably with no keyboard attached.
    Is the Win64e has been released on the windows phone Store ?
    02-09-2016 10:14 AM
  22. mobwi's Avatar
    Is the Win64e has been released on the windows phone Store ?
    Can you help me ask MS to enable executing ARM machine code on Windows Phone? For now Windows on ARM can run only Thumb-2 code, which makes the implementation of dynamic recompiler very hard to be done. I have tried to port the dynarec from ARM to Thumb-2, however finally gave up. One reason is that it needs me to devote too much effort on so small a market, the other is it's not reasonable to redone the dynarec just for only an old machine architecture. Thumb-2 is designed for both excellent performance like ARM and efficient memory space like Thumb, a time when the computer's memory space is not enough but good performance is desired. Considering the memory space at current age, Thumb-2 is really out of date. If Windows on ARM allow running ARM machine code in future update, it's feasible to make emulators for PSX, N64 and PSP on Windows Phone come true.

    I hope you users ask MS for this feature together, so they can consider it seriously. They must give us the key to open the gate.
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    02-09-2016 04:59 PM
  23. Nicholas Maguire's Avatar
    Aww :( From your title, I thought this was out for Windows Phone. I've been waiting for a Nintendo 64 emulator for WP for soooo long. Gotta be able to play my Zelda games some day.
    02-16-2016 06:54 PM
  24. Nicholas Maguire's Avatar
    If Windows on ARM allow running ARM machine code in future update, it's feasible to make emulators for PSX, N64 and PSP on Windows Phone come true.
    I know there are no PSP or N64 emulators for WP, but there is a PSX emulator. EmiPSX
    02-16-2016 06:56 PM
  25. mobwi's Avatar
    I know there are no PSP or N64 emulators for WP, but there is a PSX emulator. EmiPSX
    Yeah, but it doesn't have dynarec.
    02-17-2016 03:42 PM
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