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    1964js 0.1.17

    work-in-progress



    1964js is an N64 emulator written in JavaScript.
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    Looking good! Now I'm getting nostalgic to play me some SM64...

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    Looks sweet! Will it blend?
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    I wonder if battery saves will work.
    Can't figure out how to build Dolphin-emu anymore. So here's this instead: Free Microsoft points (and other crap) courtesy of Bing. Work the system!

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    Quote Originally Posted by p_025 View Post
    I wonder if battery saves will work.
    We've been thinking about the best way to eventually handle this.. save to a server, local storage or a cookie. Cookies are probably a bad idea though since they can expire and be deleted when the user clears settings.
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    I'd say local storage, but be able to chose the save path. Then I could back up my save to google drive. Actually if there was a way to save it directly to google drive or dropbox that'd be really cool.

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    Just save it in your dropbox folder :3
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    Paul has started a similar project to this with Daedalus. We're bringing it back to PC and adding JavaScipt ans OSX as new platforms. Here's a blog on the JS work: http://n64js.blogspot.com/

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    Quote Originally Posted by ExtremeDude2 View Post
    Just save it in your dropbox folder :3
    At least my google cloud folder has to sync up with the local disk first so it's not really saving directly to it (not sure how dropbox works since I don't have it). I just wasn't sure if you could say log into your cloud storage and allow another website have access to it.
    Last edited by Zuzma; March 15th, 2013 at 00:22.

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    My knowledge of Javascript is laughable, but... emscripten?

    https://blog.mozilla.org/blog/2013/0...rm-for-gaming/


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