DraStic DS Emulator

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About this game

DraStic is a fast emulator for Android that emulates a popular 2004 handheld console with two screens. In addition to being able to play its games full speed on many Android devices it has the following features:

- Enhance the game's 3D graphics to 2 by 2 times their original resolution (this optional feature works best on high end quad core devices)
- Customize the placement and size of the screens, for portrait and landscape modes
- Fully supports add-on controllers and physical controls
- Save and resume your progress anywhere with save states
- Tweak your gaming experience with a database of thousands of game enhancement codes
- Increase emulation speed with fast-forward

DraStic is only intended for play of private backups of legally acquired games. This product is not affiliated with or endorsed by the company that made the handheld it emulates in any way. Do not ask us for ROMs or help getting them - any request will be ignored.

NOTE: WiFi/multiplayer emulation is not supported at this time.

If you need assistance please e-mail us at drastic.ds@gmail.com
For more information see the readme here: http://drastic-ds.com/drastic_readme.txt
For a changelog see here: http://drastic-ds.com/help_changelog.txt
Updated on
Apr 24, 2020

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119K reviews
Tyler Wehr
March 24, 2022
So I have to say. I'm beyond impressed with this emulator. If you want to know if it's worth the price.... brother... yes. It's worth more. PLUS there is a beta program and there is a loving amount of customizability with the GUI vs. Controller/keyboard UI. You can do some creative stuff with the stylus (like map your right thumb stick to trace around like a stylus in fluid motion) So I just have to say to the developers that you did a great job. If you are willing to tinker... it's rewarding.
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Noah Pickard
April 22, 2022
This is a fantastic emulator. Something I would add (unless it's already there but I just can't find it) is the ability to make certain buttons toggle able. For example, instead of having to hold the run button down in NSMB, it would be great if I could just press it once, and it'll hold it down for me.
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A Google user
December 3, 2018
Really amazing emulator, I actually like it more than any DS emulator I've used on the PC. Very easy to use and set up, as well as adjust the settings to my liking. No lag, no crashes, haven't had any save losses or any technical issues, really. If I could make one suggestion, it would be potentially adding more "extra" buttons. For instance, in Apollo Justice, it's often that the microphone has to be used in investigations. I have one button to make a save state, the second to load a save state, which means I have only one extra button I have to interchange fast forwarding and microphone activity onto. It's such a non-complaing though, it's barely a concern. I also think there should be an option to make the buttons and d-pad smaller, rather than just disabling them. All in all, totally worth the price, the performance of this app is above and beyond the experiences I've had with other emulators.
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