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No more 64bits version?
#1
I was looking in the download section for official 64bits releases and I don't see them anymore.

https://mgba.io/downloads.html

The same with the "gits" from emucr:

http://www.emucr.com/2017/10/mgba-git-20171030.html

Thanks a lot  Smile
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#2
They were never listed on the download page because there's no advantage to them.

That said, they still exist:

https://mgba.io/old.html
https://mgba.io/builds/1/
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#3
(11-01-2017, 05:23 PM)endrift Wrote: They were never listed on the download page because there's no advantage to them.

How so?
Is the GBA that easy of a system to emulate resource wise?
What if 32 bit systems/OSes become obsolete?
Dolphin moved to only 64 bit a while ago (granted there are lots of advantages in that case).
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#4
Yes, the GBA emulation itself takes less memory than the size of a ROM. That said if windows ever stops supporting 32-bit binaries I’ll start linking the 64-bit builds.
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