Mario Paint on the wii
I'm trying to emulate Mario Paint - the old snes game on my wii. Title screen comes up fine but can't play the game! The original version needed a mouse so I thought my wii controller would work but apparently not. The mouse cursor on the screen will not move at all. Can anyone help me out? Thanks in advance.
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That is one game that probably cannot be emulated on the Wii because of the specific hardware requirements.
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If mouse support was added by Tantric you may then be able to use a snes to wii/ngc adapter.
This may resolve the hardware limitations but support for the mouse may need to be added to the emulator first.
The adapter shown in attachment is the one I use for standard snes games.
Last edited by Nes_player4LIFE; 10-22-2013 at 02:55 PM.
That adaptor is a cool looking bit of kit, I didn't know they existed, I have to get one to recreate the original feel of the SNES when playing the games, a classic controller is pretty good but you cant beat the real thing!! A couple of questions, slightly of original topic I guess but where did you get this adaptor and is there something similar for other consoles like the NES, Sega etc??
Did you try a USB mouse? The emulator may support it.
I remember making songs and playing the fly swatter game on Mario Paint.
Last edited by blaisedinsd; 10-24-2013 at 10:11 AM.
A quick google search shows me these converters are readily available for the SNES and NES but not seeing any official Sega ones though. I think I may have a play with some old controllers and converters and see what happens.
Does anyone know if I make a converter for the Sega if it will work, or are we in the same boat as the SNES mouse controller? Any successes with the mouse?
So far I have the Nes and Snes versions but I have also seen a PlayStation model. No, I have not seen a Sega model.
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I can't tell you from where I purchased them as that store also sells items of questionable legitimacy.
What I can tell you is that the name of this cable is "Retroport" and that the place I have found them for sale has sold out of these beauties
Thanks for the clues nes player I will have a search around