"Mario Kart: Double Dash" is a video game that was released for the Nintendo GameCube and later released for the Nintendo Wii. Using a GameCube and Wii emulator, play your Nintendo games on your computer at full speed. However, succeeding at reaching the full speed of a game like "Double Dash," you need to configure the Dolphin emulator's graphics settings to take advantage of your computer's power. Here's how to do just that.
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Start the Dolphin software emulator on your computer and click the "Graphics" icon on the top of the Dolphin main window. This brings up the graphics settings window.
Change the "Enhancements" settings to mirror the following settings:
"1x Native (640x528)" for internal resolution. "None" for anti-aliasing. "1x" for anisotropic filtering.
Ensure that both "Scaled EFB Copy" and "Per-Pixel Lighting" are also enabled by clicking the small boxes next to the options.
Click the "Hacks" tab that is on the top of the "Graphics" window. Enable the "Disable Fog" option and click "Close" to save the new settings.
Click the "Config" icon on the main Dolphin window and enable the "Enable Dual Core (speedup)" and "Enable Idle Skipping (speedup)" options on the main configurations menu. Click "OK" to save the settings. Now the next time you play "Mario Kart: Double Dash," the game will play at full speed on your computer.