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    Emulator gamepad support.

    Hi all.

    I have an N64, and sometimes play it. but am fed up with the knacked controllers that i have to use. As most people with N64's have probably found out the control stick wear's out after lots of play.

    So anyway, begin fed up with this. I downloaded an emulator, and got a couple of N64 games. But as there isnt mouse support it is all keyboard which is annoying.

    I was wondering if anyone knew if there is support game controllers in emulators. Like a USB gamecube one or something...?

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    http://pj64.emulation64.com/

    assuming these are homebred games and not commercial ROM images which are still subject to copyright

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    Even if i have them on the N64 anyway?
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    Nemu is a good emulator
    http://www.nemu.com/
    And Project 64 as Directhex has already said..
    Also 1964 is pretty good
    http://1964emu.emulation64.com/

    Nemu and project 64 run great with my PS to PC USB converter

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