Dolphin was the first emulator to boot GameCube and later Wii games, and now boasts compatibility with most titles for those game systems. With a huge community of developers and users around the world, Dolphin continues to gain compatibility, performance, and new features to this day. Ratings are based on emulation compatibility for the latest development version of the master branch. These ratings are universal, used throughout the wiki, forum, and the main Dolphin site.
How to Hook Up Your Home Theater (2007)
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In this episode, SpongeBob and Patrick play with hooks. In the beginning of the episode, Mr. Krabs rushes to the Krusty Krab while shouting and panicking like a maniac, telling his customers of the "return of the hooks. Krabs tells him that he has to try not to go near a hook, or he will be brought up to the surface and eaten or sold at a Gift Shop. As SpongeBob returns to the grill, Patrick shows up from outside the window, saying that the new carnival has come to town, insisting that SpongeBob comes with him. He agrees, assuming that he's not quitting work but just taking a break. The two friends go to the carnival, but much to SpongeBob's horror, the "carnival" is really the site of the hooks that Mr.
The Hook Up Plan
Top definition. An incredibly ambiguous phrase that drives me absolutely insane when people use it. John hooked up with Mary. Did they meet at the park?
Hooks are a class of tools which aid the player in traversing terrain. When used, hooks fire a chain that latches to a surface or platform and pulls the player towards it. A hook is an essential tool which offers significant freedom from terrain height restrictions as well as being a fast movement option, and will often be the first major mobility tool a player acquires. A variety of hooks are available at all stages of the game see table below.