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Emulators.............

emulators good or bad?


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Andox88

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Who uses emulators on their phones? I have a GBA (gamboy advanced) simulator on mine, each game is either under a mb or only a few mb, i for one have every GBA pokemon and zelda games, i have mario cart a tons of other fun ones. If you guys use emulators, what do you use and what games do ya got?
 

TopSilver

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Interesting thread. I never took the initiative to use an emulator on my computer but the way you described the game boy advanced emulator on your phone sounds amazing. I might have to try that out. I actually still have a Gameboy Color with some pokemon games laying around from the olden days.

Do you have a jailbroken phone? Or is it in the apple/android shop? Great find to post about that. A lot of people wouldn't even know you could do that. I'm excited about nintendo switches virtual console where they're releasing NES and SNES games you can play on the switch if that sort of counts.
 

Andox88

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Interesting thread. I never took the initiative to use an emulator on my computer but the way you described the game boy advanced emulator on your phone sounds amazing. I might have to try that out. I actually still have a Gameboy Color with some pokemon games laying around from the olden days.

Do you have a jailbroken phone? Or is it in the apple/android shop? Great find to post about that. A lot of people wouldn't even know you could do that. I'm excited about nintendo switches virtual console where they're releasing NES and SNES games you can play on the switch if that sort of counts.
there is a free app (not sure if its for apple) on android called "myboy" that acts as the emulator. from there you must jailbreak your phone, i think there is also a option in developer settings to do so. in order to unlock developer settings you go to you settings find your phones build number and tap it 7 times fast. last step is to look up on your phone "gba roms" and you shall find yaself a huge selection of thousands of games. you can also do this with Ps2 but thats a pretty illegal thing to do so im not gonna share that one, but you sure do get get some good faces when people see you playing Ps2 games on your phone.
 
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