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mupen64-360 - Xbox 360 Nintendo 64 (N64) Emulator Download

Discussion in 'Libxenon Homebrew / Jtag & Reset Glitch Content' started by MasterChief, Sep 16, 2011.

  1. MasterChief

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    Sep 17, 2009
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    This is an N64 emulator for the Xbox 360 coded by gligli who is also responsible for the Xbox 360 Reset Glitch hack. It is Libxenon homebrew, meaning its totally legal to distribute as its not coded with Microsofts Xbox 360 Development Kit.

    The Emulator is launched from Xell so at the moment can be used on both Jtagged and Reset Glitch exploited Xbox 360's.

    Download: mupen64-360 version 0.96 beta

    Release thread on Libxenon: Link

    Source code on Github: Link

    How to use:

    1. Unzip the file to the root of a FAT32 formatted USB drive
    2. Copy your N64 roms to the USB drive.
    3. Power on your Jtagged Xbox 360 with the eject button to launch Xell (Or load Xell Reloaded from Xell Launch) or simply turn on your reset Glitched Xbox 360.
    4. Insert the USB drive, the emulator should load
    5. Choose your ROM and play

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  2. masternoxx

    masternoxx Well-Known Member

    Aug 26, 2020
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    New version attached.. unzip to flash drive keeping dir structure the same... put games anywhere on flash drive, bc there is a game & file browser... must be launched through xell by powering on with eject button, will auto lauch ELF file from the flash drive.
    It's pretty good emulation is full speed with great sound, Mario and Zelda play great, nice 720p graphics, compatibility is OK (about 60% the games I tried worked without glitches), analog stick a bit touchy and can lag rarely, or maybe I will check out the settings. Cheers

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  3. InsaneNutter

    InsaneNutter Resident Nutter Staff Member

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    It works no better or worse than it did in 2011, not sure what else I can tell you.

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