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Hooks into the memory of a running Dolphin processes, allowing access to the game memory.

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Python Dolphin Memory Engine

A python library designed to read and write the emulated memory of the Dolphin emulator during runtime.

Binary wheels are available on pypi for Python 3.8 to 3.12. Use python -m pip install dolphin-memory-engine.

System requirements

Any x86_64 based system should work, however, Mac OS is not supported. Additionally, 32-bit x86 based systems are unsupported since Dolphin dropped their support.

You need to have Dolphin running and have the emulation started for this program to be useful. As such, the system must meet Dolphin's system requirements. Additionally, at least 250 MB of free memory is required.

If it doesn't work, verify that you do not have the nosuid mount flag on your /etc/fstab as it can cause this command to silently fail.


This program is licensed under the MIT license which grants you the permission to do anything you wish to with the software, as long as you preserve all copyright notices. (See the file LICENSE for the legal text.)

Development Help

To compile the extension in debug:

$ python3 -m venv venv $ source venv/bin/activate $ python -m pip install Cython pytest $ python build_ext -g --inplace --force $ python -m pytest

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