The developer of popular Game Boy emulator GBA4iOS has started teasing the launch of a new emulator for iOS called Delta. The emulator will be launched in beta in December. It will likely be able to emulate games for Nintendo 64, Super Nintendo Entertainment System (SNES), Game Boy Advance, and Game Boy color if the images on the website are anything to go by.
The idea of running Windows 98 on an iOS device may seem pretty pointless to most, but there’s no denying it’s incredibly cool. Especially when you put it to good use, like the YouTuber in the video below, who uses it to play 1998 PC classic Fallout 2.
A NES and Super Nintendo emulator has just sneaked into the App Store in the form of the file management app called Floppy Cloud.
Nintendo’s patent application for ‘hand-held video game platform emulation’ could bring official titles to iPhone
One of the biggest names in the gaming industry, Nintendo, has long avoided the mobile market as another means to release titles. That could be changing soon, though.
GBA, SNES, and a number of other emulators were available for iOS thanks to a ‘Date trick’ loophole, that let users wind back their device time a few months, and install apps outside the App Store. The flaw will be patched with iOS 8.1, but GBA4iOS developer Riley Testut says the app will continue to exist, but on Cydia and through its git repository.
Apple reportedly killing off ‘Date Trick’ in iOS 8.1, could mean the end of emulators without jailbreak
For fans of emulators, which allow people to play old-school games from consoles like the Nintendo Entertainment System (NES), the Game Boy Advance or Super NES on their iPhone or iPad, the end of your favorite gaming pastime on a mobile device may be coming to an end if you don’t like jailbreaking your gadgets.
We’re big fans of retro games and emulators, but Apple doesn’t allow emulators on the App Store for copyright reasons. There’s already a way to play NES and GBA games on your iPhone without jailbreaking, and in this post we tell you how to install an SNES emulator for your iPhone without jailbreaking.
GBA4iOS is back again following a Nintendo Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA) takedown request that forced developers Riley Testut and Paul Thorsen to pull the popular iOS Game Boy emulator.
GBA4iOS, a popular Game Boy emulator for iOS has been shut down after Nintendo filed a Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA) takedown request.
GBA4iOS allowed gamers to play Game Boy Advanced, Game Boy Color, and original Gameboy ROMs directly on their iPads and iPhones.
Nintendo has no plans to bring its games to the App Store, but if you want to play Nintendo DS games on your iPhone or iPad, you can do it now without jailbreaking thanks to a new emulator called NDS4iOS.