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If you don't want to use a GB Bridge, emulators exist as well:
 
If you don't want to use a GB Bridge, emulators exist as well:
 
* GBonGBA
 
* GBonGBA
* Goomba Color: Sound, SGB borders, savestates.
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* Goomba Color: Sound, SGB borders, savestates. (Updated [http://www.dwedit.org/gba/goombacolor.php Link])
 
* PocketGB: Low compatibility, high speed.
 
* PocketGB: Low compatibility, high speed.
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===Neo Geo Pocket===
 
===Neo Geo Pocket===
 
* NGP Advance: incomplete but good.
 
* NGP Advance: incomplete but good.

Revision as of 17:07, 21 May 2016

Even the tiny Game Boy Advance has quite a few emulators. They can be downloaded from here.

Consoles

NES

  • PocketNES: Best one for GBA. Fast, stable, with multiple zoom options.
  • InfoNES: Old yet decent emulator.
  • Famicom Advance: Slower than PocketNES. FC/NES emulation.
  • HCVA: FC/NES emulator with support for lots of mappers.

SNES

Not really ideal for the obvious reason GBA has two buttons less than the SNES.

  • SNES Advance: Formerly known as PocketSNES. Different versions have different game-specific fixes breaking stuff elsewhere.

Sega Master System / Game Gear

  • DrSMS: GG/MS. Excellent speed and compatibility.
  • SMS Advance: SG-1000/GG/MS. Good. No FM Chip, EEPROM emulation.

PC Engine

  • PCEAdvance: Very decent emulator.

Handheld

Game Boy Color

If you don't want to use a GB Bridge, emulators exist as well:

  • GBonGBA
  • Goomba Color: Sound, SGB borders, savestates. (Updated Link)
  • PocketGB: Low compatibility, high speed.

Neo Geo Pocket

  • NGP Advance: incomplete but good.

WonderSwan

  • SwanAdvance: Very early, low compatibility and speed.

Arcade

  • Greenboy Attack: Green Beret, Rush'n Attack, Mr. Goemon.

Computers

MSX

  • MSXAdvance