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Revision as of 14:47, 28 May 2014

Current version: N/A
Active: Yes
OS: Windows, Linux
Authors: ichfly and Normmatt
Official website: N/A
Source code: Github

3dmoo is a 3DS emulator with its development headed by ichfly – the creator of a GBA emulator for DS, and Normmatt – creator of the AKAIO firmware for the Acekard 2i. Just like Citra, the emulator is only useful for running a low amount of simple homebrew at low speeds. However, some homebrew actually runs better on 3dmoo than it does on Citra as of recently. Smealum's Yeti3D—for example—runs slightly faster (although it's still very slow) and the controls work (unlike on Citra).