1. thisisasticup's Avatar
    It was okay on the iPhone, but on the iPad its amazing, especially with the Wiimote




    How-To -


    Jailbreak with spirit.


    Install "Rock"


    Download "SNES4iPhone" You have to buy it it $5.99 in Rock


    Turn Bluetooth OFF
    your WiiMote wont connect via the native iPhone Bluetooth. When you install snes4iPhone, you are also installing BT Stack, which opens up your Bluetooth possibilities. I the game, you go to Options, and toggle on WiiMote Controls. Then exit and restart the app.


    When nes4iPhone opens this time it will automatically start scanning
    for Bluetooth devices. Grab your WiiMote and press and hold the 1 and the 2 buttons. nes4iPhone will automatically connect and take you to your ROMs list. Tap the one you want to play, and then use your WiiMote to control the game.
    05-05-2010 06:30 PM
  2. okgodoit's Avatar
    I don't have an iPad yet, but I'm seriously considering it. Can you let me know if snes4iphone works with any other bluetooth controller other that the WiiMote? I'm not a big fan of the WiiMote personally, especially in classic/sideways mode. Also, has snes4iphone been updated to be an iPad app, or is it a pixel-doubled iPhone app only?
    05-06-2010 04:17 PM
  3. thisisasticup's Avatar
    I don't have an iPad yet, but I'm seriously considering it. Can you let me know if snes4iphone works with any other bluetooth controller other that the WiiMote? I'm not a big fan of the WiiMote personally, especially in classic/sideways mode. Also, has snes4iphone been updated to be an iPad app, or is it a pixel-doubled iPhone app only?
    Pixel doubled, but looks great. The wiimote does suck, its good for the simple games though. I haven't tried it on a ps3 controler because I only have xbox
    05-06-2010 05:48 PM
  4. phenixdragon's Avatar
    Awesome. We just now need a better remote option, and not the horrible PS3 remote. But doesn't the Wii classic remote plug into the Wii Remote making it Bluetooth?
    05-06-2010 08:18 PM
  5. nothdsw's Avatar
    Does the classic Wiimote extension work with snes4iphone, to add the necessary extra buttons? Can't tell, and it wasn't working for me when I tried this
    05-07-2010 09:28 AM
  6. thisisasticup's Avatar
    Does the classic Wiimote extension work with snes4iphone, to add the necessary extra buttons? Can't tell, and it wasn't working for me when I tried this

    No , it doesn't. When I did this I basically just stuck to the simple buttoned games, like mario, mortal combat, FFIII, and tecmo bowl. I tried Nba Jam but its impossible to win without turbo buttons.
    05-07-2010 02:01 PM
  7. Gary86's Avatar
    What's a ROM and where do I get them? I only want to play Mario!
    05-07-2010 10:28 PM
  8. Gary86's Avatar
    I'm doing this on the iPad and have not a clue how to get the Mario game on the device.
    05-07-2010 10:30 PM
  9. Gary86's Avatar
    Also, if I have to SSH how do I do this on my Mac? Done it once twice on my old PC but never a Macbook Pro. Looking forward to playing Mario on my iPad
    05-08-2010 12:16 AM
  10. thisisasticup's Avatar
    What's a ROM and where do I get them? I only want to play Mario!
    Hey Gary, nice to see other people from Hawaii here.

    Anyway when you download snes4iphone, you have the 4 tabs on the bottom. You click browse, and then search and it will open up an in app browser, in there you just search for the game you want, click download, and it downloads the rom directly to your device.
    05-10-2010 12:40 PM
  11. iMario's Avatar
    WOW! this is awesome!!
    Last edited by iMario; 05-10-2010 at 05:05 PM.
    05-10-2010 03:48 PM
  12. Hack-My-i's Avatar
    subscribed!!
    05-10-2010 06:20 PM
  13. AlexanderRivera's Avatar
    It was okay on the iPhone, but on the iPad its amazing, especially with the Wiimote




    How-To -


    Jailbreak with spirit.


    Install "Rock"


    Download "SNES4iPhone" You have to buy it it $5.99 in Rock


    Turn Bluetooth OFF
    your WiiMote wont connect via the native iPhone Bluetooth. When you install snes4iPhone, you are also installing BT Stack, which opens up your Bluetooth possibilities. I the game, you go to Options, and toggle on WiiMote Controls. Then exit and restart the app.


    When nes4iPhone opens this time it will automatically start scanning
    for Bluetooth devices. Grab your WiiMote and press and hold the 1 and the 2 buttons. nes4iPhone will automatically connect and take you to your ROMs list. Tap the one you want to play, and then use your WiiMote to control the game.
    that really does look baller...
    05-13-2010 02:06 AM
  14. koensmeets1's Avatar
    Really informative post. Like this post, it's disturbing but very informative. I'm really glad Feministe provides a platform for important discussions like this
    08-21-2010 01:38 AM
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