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Ocarina of Time Randomizer is available in all possible ways by now.
 
Ocarina of Time Randomizer is available in all possible ways by now.
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<br/> Besides the <ins>[https://ootrandomizer.com Web Generator]</ins>, the randomizer can still be downloaded and executed on your local machine - however, you will need to use Python 3.6+ together with the source code from the&nbsp;<ins>[https://github.com/TestRunnerSRL/OoT-Randomizer/releases/tag/v4.0 Official Github]</ins>.
 
<br/> Besides the <ins>[https://ootrandomizer.com Web Generator]</ins>, the randomizer can still be downloaded and executed on your local machine - however, you will need to use Python 3.6+ together with the source code from the&nbsp;<ins>[https://github.com/TestRunnerSRL/OoT-Randomizer/releases/tag/v4.0 Official Github]</ins>.
  
To play, multiple devices and programs can be used. OoTR is compatible with N64 via using Everdrive 64 v2.5+ and Wii Virtual Console (WiiVC) via the use of WAD injection.
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To play, multiple devices and emulation programs can be used. OoTR is compatible with N64 hardware via the Everdrive 64 v2.5+ device and is compatible with the Wii console's Virtual Console (WiiVC) via the use of WAD injection. With regards to PC emulators: RetroArch, Bizhawk and OpenEmu are strongly suggested choices.
  
The base files needed for this are <ins>copyrighted</ins> and will <ins>not</ins> be provided.
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The base files (ROM files) needed for this are <ins>copyrighted</ins> and will <ins>not</ins> be provided.
  
 
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== <ins>Get Ready to play</ins> ==
 
== <ins>Get Ready to play</ins> ==
  
'''TreZc0_''' recorded a setup video that will cover most questions:
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'''TreZc0_''' recorded a setup video that will cover most questions: [https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tzDMj2k74Ro https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tzDMj2k74Ro]
 
 
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<ins>Emulators</ins>
 
<ins>Emulators</ins>
  
The Ocarina of Time Randomizer can be played on emulators. Given the quality difference in N64 Emulation, not every emulator can be recommended though.
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The Ocarina of Time Randomizer can be played on PC via an emulator. Given the emulation quality difference between emulators, not every emulator can be recommended.
  
Recommended Emulators are:
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Recommended Emulators are as follows:
  
 
=== Windows ===
 
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[https://www.pj64-emu.com/ Project64 ]- [[Project64|Setup Guide]]
 
[https://www.pj64-emu.com/ Project64 ]- [[Project64|Setup Guide]]
  
Keep in mind that Project64 is not generally recommended, as it is very inaccurate in its emulation.
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Keep in mind that Project64 is not recommended, as it is very inaccurate in its emulation and has known compatibility issues with Ocarina of Time: Randomizer.
  
 
=== MacOS ===
 
=== MacOS ===

Revision as of 09:41, 21 July 2019

 

So you want to play OoTR... Emulator Setup Guides

Ocarina of Time Randomizer is available in all possible ways by now.


Besides the Web Generator, the randomizer can still be downloaded and executed on your local machine - however, you will need to use Python 3.6+ together with the source code from the Official Github.

To play, multiple devices and emulation programs can be used. OoTR is compatible with N64 hardware via the Everdrive 64 v2.5+ device and is compatible with the Wii console's Virtual Console (WiiVC) via the use of WAD injection. With regards to PC emulators: RetroArch, Bizhawk and OpenEmu are strongly suggested choices.

The base files (ROM files) needed for this are copyrighted and will not be provided.

 

 

Get Ready to play

TreZc0_ recorded a setup video that will cover most questions: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tzDMj2k74Ro

 

Emulators

The Ocarina of Time Randomizer can be played on PC via an emulator. Given the emulation quality difference between emulators, not every emulator can be recommended.

Recommended Emulators are as follows:

Windows

Retroarch - Setup Guide

Bizhawk - Setup Guide

If your computer is not powerful enough to run either of the above to an acceptable level, then it is suggested to play on:

Project64 - Setup Guide

Keep in mind that Project64 is not recommended, as it is very inaccurate in its emulation and has known compatibility issues with Ocarina of Time: Randomizer.

MacOS

OpenEmu