Rules while Racing
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The Emulator Zone

Emulator Setup

GB/GBC
Emulator Use Don't Use
bgb 1.5.2+
VBA None All
VBA-M None All
GBA
Emulator Use Don't Use
VBA 1.7.2+
VBA-M
Preferred for PSR
None All
Genesis/GameGear
Sega Master System
Emulator Use Don't Use
Fusion 3.64+
NES
Emulator Use Don't Use
FCEUX 2.2.0+
SNES
Emulator Use Don't Use
Snes9x* 1.55+ 1.4.x
higan 102+
BizHawk Win7+: 2.0+
Win7-: 1.13.1
1.0-1.12.x
OpenEmu
higan core**
MacOS: 2.0.5
SNES Classic Guide
SNES Mini Guide
ZSNES None All
N64
Emulator Use Don't Use
Project64 1.6 1.6 2.x
Project64 1.7
OoT Randomizer
1.7 2.x

FAQ

Why is ZSNES crap?

ZSNES is crap because it hasn't been updated in 11 years.
ZSNES is crap because it can't perform basic arithmetic (255 + 255 isn't 100).
ZSNES is crap because it can be hacked to run arbitrary code at the Operating System level of the host machine.
ZSNES is crap because it crashes in ALttPR's Palace of Darkness on Keysanity variation if you pick up a compass.
ZSNES is crap because it doesn't accurately emulate the lag that is present on console, therefore, not having an accurate baseline for time comparison.

Why doesn't it work on my portable console homebrew solution?

If you're using any of the recommended emulators listed on the left and it's not working on your portable console homebrew solution, it's likely because the internal core version of the software you're using is not actually in line with the versions listed on the left. The external version may read as in-compliance, but the internal software actually is not.
There have been reports that it doesn't function properly on 3DS, PSP, and SNES Classic/Mini.
If you're willing to take the risk at bricking your machine, the SNES Classic/Mini can be loaded with RetroArch to run ALttPR.
Note that standard warnings apply: You're only permitted to place games on it that you own licenses for (example: You own the cartridge/disc/disk that corresponds to the version of the game you wish to load onto the machine).
*: Custom MSU-1 Support requires advanced knowledge of the system to get working appropriately. Snes9x requires version 1.55+.
There is a guide available to get you on your way.

**: OpenEmu likes to snap back to Snes9x as the default SNES core. This particular version tends to be outdated. Use the higan core that is bundled with OpenEmu instead and apply it per game file. In theory, you may be able to remove/disable the Snes9x core to avoid this.

Go to SRL setup.