The best Game Boy Advance emulator
Game Boy Advance, shortened as GBA, was a legendary portable video game console launched by Nintendo back in 2001 to succeed its classic Game Boy and Game Boy Color. With thousands of games in its catalog, it became a hit with over 80 million units sold all over the world, especially thanks to games like Pokémon Ruby, Sapphire and Emerald that were the real rage at the beginning of this millennium.
And now you can play this version of Pokémon once again as well as other games like Mario Kart, Super Mario Bros. or Zelda, straight from your iPhone or iPad with the emulator Game Boy Advance GBA, the only application of this kind for iOS devices.
How to install and use GBA4IOS?
This emulator is totally free and, what's even more important, it doesn't require jailbreak. But to install it we will need to modify some of our iPhone's settings. For instance, to make sure it's installed correctly we have to access the Time and Date of our device and change for a date of last year. Once installed, we can bring the correct date back to our phone.
Bring the GBA back your iPhone.
Having installed the emulator, to add games we only have to tap the + button on the upper part of the interface and visit our favorite ROMs page to start downloading loads of titles that will remind us of our childhood. FreeRoms, EmuPararadise, LoveRoms, PortalRoms… any of them will do to get hold of the most legendary games for this console.
Main features of this GBA emulator
- Compatible with Game Boy, Game Boy Color and Game Boy Advance games.
- Interface is totally customizable by means of skins.
- Synchronization with Dropbox to store all your ROMs on the cloud.
- Configure the gamepad to your own liking.
- Possibility to play in landscape or portrait mode.
- Compatible with up to five cheat code formats to help you out with each game.
Requirements and additional information:
- Requires iOS 7.0 to 8.0.3.
- Compatible with iPhone and iPad.
- Requires modifying the date of our iPhone to be able to install it.
- ROMs aren't included.
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