Nintendo - GameBoy Advance Emulators

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Popular Emulators

Name Description
mGBA mGBA is a new generation of Game Boy Advance emulator. The project started in April 2013 with the goal of being fast enough to run on lower end hardware than other emulators support, without sacrificing accuracy or portability. Even in the initial version, games generally played without problems. mGBA has only gotten better since then, and now boasts being the most accurate GBA emulator around.

Further along in development mGBA gained Game Boy support and eventually is planned to have DS support too. Other goals include accurate enough emulation to provide a development environment for homebrew software, a good workflow for tool-assist runners, and a modern feature set for emulators that older emulators may not support.

Other Emulators

Name Description
BoycottAdvance Yet another emulator from Richard Bannister. Near perfect GBA emulation, assuming you have a G4 that is.
PlayBoy Advance Nick's Gameboy Advance Emulator. Has a debugger. Runs some demos.
VisualBoy Advance This is the Mac OS X port of the fantastic GameBoy Advance emulator VisualBoyAdvance.

Nintendo - GameBoy Advance Emulators on Other Platforms

Windows (27)
Linux (4)
BeOS (2)
-- Gamecube (1)
-- Nintendo DS (2)
-- Game Park 32 (2)
-- Playstation Portable (1)
-- Nintendo Wii (2)
-- GP2X (1)
-- Nintendo 3DS (3)
Pocket PC (2)
iOS (iPhone/iPod Touch) (1)
Android (3)
JavaScript (3)