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About me

Posted by nosound.97 , 24 August 2009 · 1,666 views

Hello, my name is Michael Carew, also known as nosound.97 on most of the forums and projects, nosound97 on Dolphin and some other websites and Little Mike on NGemu and Deviate (http://www.dv-8.me/). I'm 18 years old (at the moment I'm posting this entry), I'm from United Kingdom, Manchester City, studying moved me to United States of America. Currently I live in Minneapolis city, Minnesota. And, of course, I'm male :D

I was involved into emulation scene very long time ago, maybe sometime in 2005. I was actively following Project64 and Dolphin emulators development and I was enjoying my games a lot. Well, I still don't have any trouble running Project64, but Dolphin on the other hand... Dolphin went open source, first release made a LOT more games playable and enjoyable, even Wii games started to show signs of life. But sometime in December 2008, I had problem with Super Smash Bros. Brawl (wasn't working at that moment) and since that time nosound.97 was born! I wish I can get those times back :D

I advanced a lot in emulation, currently running EmuCraze emulation website. I'm also a member of Dolphin open source project (not main project, Dolphin INI/Cheats database (http://dolphin-cheat...googlecode.com/)), Dolphin and @ES (http://aruantec.xtemu.com/) beta tester and Super Moderator of Dolphin emulator forums. Hope to see you guys on this website more often, enjoy your life and my blog! :D

~Michael Carew,

Hard Core Rikki
Aug 25 2009 08:32 PM
Welcome around, new face ;)Having followed emulation since zophar's days ('99), I slightly lost count of the years. Things sure advance swiftly enough with every year.
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Welcome Michael, be sure to post of your emulation progress... and anything else that might be interesting. :)
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