Nintendo produced and started selling its 3rd palm-sized gaming console in 2001. A second release called the Game Boy Advance SP came with a brighter screen and better batteries was in stores in 2003. Nintendo came out with yet another version of this system called the Game Boy Micro is smaller, lighter and has inter-changeable faces and was released in 2005. Some of the top games for the GBA include Advance Wars, Super Mario Advance 2 and 4, The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past, Metroid Fusion, and The Legend of Zelda: The Minish Cap.
The best Nintendo Game Boy Advance Emulator for iOS devices is:
gpSPhone is the best choice out there for GBA emulation on iOS devices.
Most of the iOS emulators we provide are .deb files, which requires you to manually install them.
The easiest way to manually install .deb files is to follow these 5 simple steps:
1. Use WinSCP to SCP into your iOS device.
2. Browse to /private/var/mobile and transfer your deb file(s) here.
3. Press “Ctrl + T” to open up the “Terminal” Console feature of WinSCP.
4. Type “dpkg -i DEBFILENAME.deb” and press “Execute.” (Change “DEBFILENAME.deb” to the name of your file).
5. Respring or reboot your iOS device and you should see a new emulator app on your background.
The Gameboy Advance emulators will get you back on your gaming feet quick! We have found the best ones that were ever created. The interesting purplish color of the handheld system wasn’t liked by many. We thought it were strange to pick that color when most of the targeted audience for this gaming system were boys to men that probably would have preferred a nice blue, green, black, or even a really cool clear case. It could have been pink though, that would have been worse and had that been the case probably everybody would have been looking for an emulator even back then when it first came out.