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I'm looking for a gameboy advance emulator, that's really about it. There are only a few DS games that interest me at the moment, so I want to go back to my classic favorites.

How does no$gba run GBA roms compared to VBA or VBA-m? I've played around with VBA and no$gba (only for a few minutes each), and no$gba seems to run a bit more smoothly, and I love the built in gamepad support. I haven't had a shot to try VBA-M yet. Can anyone give me some feedback?
 

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Explain, "smoothly"

VBA-M has far more options in regards to frame control.
 

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I played through the first two levels of MegaMan Zero on both. VBA had some choppy frames during both of the bosses attacks, while no$gba ran perfectly fine, and didn't chop once.

hmmm.... that game shouldn't have any issues on anything over a P3.....
 

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These are many emulators of GBA, but there are none like VBA. ;)
 

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VBA-M stays the recommended emulator for GBA emulation, if nothing else it's certainly more user-friendly (and thus convenient) to use than no$gba.
 
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