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You’re probably nostalgic and miss playing the game consoles of your childhood like the Super Nintendo. Now that you’re used to the convenience of mobile devices, it would be great to be able to enjoy all those games anywhere. This is already a reality and that’s why we tell you which are the best emulators for iOS.
It is an emulator for Sega Genesis, Master System, Game Gear and SNES. Installing it is very simple, you only have to download it, it will be installed in our device and the application will appear among our applications. It incorporates the function of adding ROMS from Safari and then import it into the ROMS library of the application. This emulator is compatible from iOS 7 to iOS 8.1. And it works with iPhones from 4″ onwards and from iPad 2 onwards.
It is a PSP emulator compatible from iOS 5 to iOS 8.0.2, possibly to be updated in the future. In this case the ROMS are dragged from a computer to the application folder in iTunes.
This emulator allows you to load Nintendo 3D ROMS. To install it we must download it and later reduce one day in the options of our iOS device so it can be installed, once installed we can go back to the real date. This method does not work with iOS 8.1, so it is only compatible with previous versions from iOS 5 and can be used by all devices that include this version except the iPod touch 4th Generation, the first iPad and iPhone 3GS.
In this case we have an emulator capable of loading Game Boy, Game Boy Color and Game Boy Advance ROMS. It is compatible with iOS 6 and iOS 7, it allows to customize the color and style of the buttons of the emulator. To install it, as in the previous emulator we will have to download it, reduce one day in our device and the application will be installed correctly. It has a function that acts as a browser within the emulator where we can search for and add the ROMS.