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#21
Re: VB mini Raspberry Pi
Posted on: 9/19 20:39
VUE(xpert)
Joined 2016/12/15
USA
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astro187 wrote:
One more cool feature would be Bluetooth, I think. That would open up the Wii U Pro, Switch controllers, and 8bitdo products as controller options that lots of people already have, among others.


Bluetooth is built in. Using a Bluetooth controller now along side my VB controller.
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#22
Re: VB mini Raspberry Pi
Posted on: 9/25 0:28
Nintendoid!
Joined 2014/5/16
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Here is another question about this setup: could 2 player games be supported? I have only played Hyper Fighting 2player so I donít have many data points. . It seems like if both players see the same screen for the game it might be more easily doable, but if each player has a different view split screen would be required which I would imagine is more difficult to emulate?. Just spitballing thoughts since I donít know the technical details of all of this.
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#23
Re: VB mini Raspberry Pi
Posted on: 9/25 18:04
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Joined 2016/12/15
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Quote:

astro187 wrote:
Here is another question about this setup: could 2 player games be supported? I have only played Hyper Fighting 2player so I donít have many data points. . It seems like if both players see the same screen for the game it might be more easily doable, but if each player has a different view split screen would be required which I would imagine is more difficult to emulate?. Just spitballing thoughts since I donít know the technical details of all of this.


Donít know of any emulator that implements linkport functionality. I have notes somewhere of someone building a new emulator and specifically adding linkport support but havenít heard any updates in about a year.
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#24
Re: VB mini Raspberry Pi
Posted on: 10/6 20:54
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Joined 2016/12/15
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All the parts have come in to build and test this. Just minus the case. If all works out well then I'll start on the case design.
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