Nintendo began selling its 2nd palm-sized gaming system in 1998. The Gameboy Color’s original game was Centipede and the best-selling games were Centipede, Dragon Quest Monsters, Game and Watch Gallery 2, Tetris DX, Wario land II. Add-ons to this system were: a Game Boy Printer, Game Link Cable for rad multi-player connectivity, an e-Reader, and the Super Game Boy Adapter that let users play Game Boy Color games on the SNES. Some of the top games for the Game Boy Color include Metal Gear Solid, Super Mario Bros. Deluxe, The Legend of Zelda: Oracle of Ages, The Legend of Zelda: Oracle of Seasons, Mario Tennis, and the Pokemon series.
Here’s the top Nintendo Game Boy Color Emulator out there for your iOS devices:
The best GBC emulator for iPhones and other 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.
Having a color screen was a Huge improvement over the monochrome kinda yellowish green color that the previous game boy had.
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