will these show cover.thanks
oh I guess you can..lol
mah bad, I stand corrected.
will be putting it on with mine,
thanks for the info
actually this is a unoficial version of the emulator
this is from wiibrew
Unofficial version with game cover support
Unofficial build of Snes9x GX version 4.1.5 with extra options:
Use SNES game cover images to choose game.
IR interface allows you to point and click on a game cover.
Press up or down on D-Pad to switch between 1 layer, 2 layer, or 3 layer perabola cover view.
Supports 3rd party classic controllers.
Option to use cover view or original (list) view.
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Covers should be placed in SD:\snes9xgx\Covers , but this can be configured. Covers MUST be 316X224 and in PNG format. Covers MUST have same name as game (minus the "[" , anything after it, and the space immediately before it) , but with a .png file extension.
and this is the tread for this emu
Need a bit of graphics help for GX emulator mod
Last edited by casper666; 04-27-2010 at 07:03 PM.
Like the idea of being able to use covers, It was one of the things I liked about nester for dreamcast. I really wish they would find a way to get the online gameplay going though.
i just wanna know. i put the nes emulator in the apps folder of the sd. now do i have to install something else. also what format do the roms have to be and where do i put the roms since there is no roms folder.
it says it right here lol
taken from wiibrew--->other thing you may want to install, is the emulator channel, so you don't have load it from homebrew channel.Setup & Installation
Unzip the archive's contents directly to the root of your SD or USB device.
Via Homebrew Channel
The most popular method of running homebrew on the Wii is through the Homebrew Channel. If you already have the channel installed, just copy over the apps folder included in the archive into the root of your SD card.
Remember to also create the snes9xgx directory structure required. See above.
By default, roms are loaded from "snes9xgx/roms/".
Your SNES rom images must be in SMC, SFC, SWC, or FIG format. Generally, all images you find will be in this format, but if you run across one that isn't please download RTOOL which will allow you to convert the image into SMC format.
* ROMs can be burned to a DVD-/+R (4.7GB max size & ISO 9660 file format) but you need to install IOS 202 on your Wii.
if you're tired looking through wii brew how come I found the answer right away lol