Nintendo launched its state-of-the-art (for its time) handheld gaming apparatus back in 1989. It was a cassette based system. Its first game was Tetris and people bought Tetris, Gargoyle’s Quest, Metroid II: Return of Samus, The Legend of Zelda: Link’s Awakening, and Kirby’s Dream Land 2 the most. Unique accessories to this gaming system included: the Game Boy Camera, the Game Boy Pocket Sonar, the Game Boy Printer, the Game Link Cable that allowed multiple Game Boys to connect for multiplayer use, the e-Reader, and the Super Game Boy Adapter that allowed users to play Game Boy games on the Super Nintendo gaming console.
Here’s the top Nintendo Game Boy Emulator accessible on your iOS devices:
The best GB 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.
The Nintendo Gameboy was an awesome and totally rad gaming system that really blew all of our socks off. Many of us can remember getting one of these big (by today’s standards) and clunky monochrome gaming system. It was such a step up from those little Tiger handheld games because you could change the cartridge and have a completely different game and experience.
These high-quality emulators that have been designed by gaming and programming pros are right here at your fingertips courtesy of FreeEmulator.com so go ahead tell your wife, tells your kids, and tell your husbands too cause everybody out here gettin’ em. You can also find us on facebook under the username Free Emulators.