Delta Game Boy emulator 1.0 for iOS release data time-frame alongside Apple TV app support gets detailed by the developer himself.
This Case Turns Your iPhone’s Backside Into A Game Boy, Letting You Play Tetris And Other Classic Games
The iPhone Game Boy case featuring Tetris and other classic games snaps onto the rear of an iPhone ranging from the iPhone 6 all the way to the iPhone X, and is a fully functioning Game Boy wannabe as it comes pre-loaded with multiple games.
Here's how to download and install Gearboy IPA of original Game Boy emulator on iOS 10 iPhone or iPad device. No jailbreak is required for this to work.
Here's how to download and install gpSPhone IPA of GBA (Game Boy Advance) emulator on iOS 10 or iOS 11 iPhone and iPad. No jailbreak is required for this to work.
Here's a step by step tutorial on how to install Giovanni Game Boy / Game Boy Color emulator on your Apple Watch.
Giovanni Game Boy emulator for the Apple Watch has been released. Here's everything you need to know about it.
Raspberry Pi has been used for a lot of innovative projects over the course of its existence. Some individuals take the low cost hardware and use it for teaching purposes to educate youth on computer usage. Others take a more leisurely approach and choose to use the Raspberry Pi Foundation's hardware as a retro gaming console through the use of various software installations that emulate the experience of older-generation game consoles.
Miss retro gaming with those chunky cartridges and below par graphics? Hyperkin is one company that is aiming to bring it all back, but realizing just how important smartphone gaming has actually become, it is developing a case that will turn your iPhone into a proper Game Boy. Head over the break to find out more.
Earlier on this month, Riley Testut - lead developer of the popular, jailbreak-free GBA4iOS emulator - announced via Twitter that he had taken the emulator after a DMCA complaint from Nintendo. At the time, Testut removed download links as well as the GitHub page, but also, hinted that it perhaps wasn't the end of the road. Clearly, he was already making moves to reinstate GBA4iOS, and having apparently modified the emulator in compliance with Nintendo's quibbles, those interested in playing old Game Boy Advance titles can dive right in once more.
The popular emulator GBA4iOS, which allows those running on iPhone, iPad and iPod touch to relive the days of the standalone Nintendo mobile consoles by running old Game Boy Advance ROMs, has thrived since its release a couple of months back. But the company behind the famed gaming machine has brought the fun to an abrupt end by sending a DMCA take-down request to the emulator's author, and for now, the GitHub repository and website are both down "until further notice."