What you need to know
A Game Boy emulator disguised as a messaging app has made its way onto the App Store.It lets users search for ROMS or directly download titles like Pokémon, Super Mario, and more.
A Game Boy emulator disguised as a messaging app has snuck its way onto Apple”s App Store.
As noted by users on Reddit, the app “GBA emu” is listed on the App Store as an “app for GBA player community.” Screenshots from the app”s listing show what appear to be “channels” where players of various Game Boy titles can meet like-minded players and talk to them. As the Reddit post notes, however, this is actually an emulator that lets players access ROMS and direct downloads of titles like Pokémon and Super Mario.
As you can see from our screenshots, the app has an extensive list of Game Boy titles as well as a method to download ROMS directly from the web.
The app itself is actually quite sophisticated with settings for frame skipping, autosave, vibration and haptics, and even AirPlay.
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