» Best Game Boy Emulators for Android
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Even though there are many games which had been released on the newer consoles, but few things cannot be replaced other than its original. As the technology has allowed us to experience the old school Game Boy games to play it just like we use to play those days using a tool called Emulator. This article is all about the Android Emulators which we could use our Android devices to experience a Game Boy in present days.
John GBA – GBA emulator
This is having to take in the list of Game Boy Advanced emulators as it has the original Game Boy engine featured. John GBA supports almost all the games which also includes on-screen controls, cheat codes slow down modes, game search along with the Dropbox support as the user could have a backup for their games. The best part is that they work fully offline, so they do not come with any annoying ads. This emulator worth every penny for what it costs.
My Boy! – GBA Emulator
This is one of the most popular Game Boy emulators in the Play Store which has the high compatibility with a huge list of features which includes the support of superior link cable over Wi-Fi and in Bluetooth, the list of compatibility games is enormous, hardware controller support, fast forward, slow mode and cheat codes. Advanced features like OpenGL rendering, BIOS emulation (i.e. user will not be needing a BIOS file), and rumble emulator which uses the phones vibrate motor. This might be complicated but it is worth a shot for awesome Game Boy experience.
John GBC – GBC emulator
John GBC is one of the most popular Game Boy color and Game Boy emulator available in the Play Store. As the name say, this emulator is developed by the same developers as the John GBA and also contain many of its features like original Game Boy engine. Other features which this emulator supports are cheat codes, forward and slow down motion, turbo engine, game search and also the Dropbox support. Most reliable emulator which works entirely offline and has no advertisements.
As they might sound similar to the developers who make “boy” emulators, these are not made by those developers. This one could be termed to be at the lowest rate on the list but this emulator does come with few fun features as this one emulates all types, in other words, we could say it as all in one app. SNES, PS1, Game Boy Advance and Color, NES, and Sega Genesis are the few of the emulators included, but there are few titles that this emulator does not support. As far as the Game Boy Emulator is concerned this one good to go. For a person who wants to play with a broad taste can opt for this as it is an all in one emulator.
ePSXe for Android
EPSXe is a Sony PS (PSX and PSOne) simulator. It supports 3D acceleration cards, support for real-time access to the progress of the image and sound quality is very good, the most important game compatibility is also very good, and now also supports online games.
SuperRetro16 Lite (SNES)
SuperGNES is a Super Nintendo ™ emulator that provides a complete gaming console experience. Is a mobile processor for the development of new original simulator, is currently the fastest. It is designed to easily find and start your favorite games by simply scanning the media for games. You can then select from a list of games that display the cover page. Keep your progress at any time and return to where you left off. You can choose from the huge Game Genie ™ cheat code database.
If you have other Game Boy emulators which are missing in the list above, feel free to comment below in the comment section. Download the emulators and bring the golden age of gaming era back.