15 best emulators for Android

by: Joe HindyApril 1, 2016
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best emulators for Android
Older consoles are an endearing and memorable part of a lot of childhoods. From the SNES to the PlayStation, there were a ton of amazing, iconic games, some of which are considered good even by today’s standards. There are a lot of those games being re-released on newer consoles, but sometimes there isn’t anything better than the original. With emulators, you can play the originals whenever you want on your devices. Let’s check out the best emulators for Android. Keep in mind that emulators are finicky by nature and will sometimes work flawlessly and other times will not.


best emulators for androidC64.emu

[Price: $3.99]
If you’re into Commodore 64 (or you want to be), the most stable emulator around right now is C64.emu. It supports the most number of formats and seems to work better with things like multi-disc support. There is a bit of a learning curve with this one, but we had no trouble running some old classics once we got it up and running. It also supports FastSID and ReSID sound modes, most gaming controllers, and it should work in both portrait and landscape mode. If $3.99 is too much, Frodo C64 is a free, albeit less stable C64 emulator.

Get it now on Google Play!

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ClassicBoy best emulators for AndroidClassicBoy (Emulator)

[Price: Free / $3.99]
Despite its name, ClassicBoy is not done by the same developers who do the other “boy” emulators. This one is among the lowest rated on this list but it does have a pretty fun little function in that it emulates a bunch of systems all in one app. Some of the included emulators are SNES, PS1, GameBoy Advance and Color, NES, and Sega Genesis. It seems to work generally well but there are some titles that the emulator is not made for and thus has a lower game compatibility than an individual console emulator would. If your tastes are pretty broad, your phone storage is really small, and you need an all-in-one solution, this one isn’t half bad.

Get it now on Google Play!

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DraStic DS Emulator - best emulators for AndroidDraStic DS Emulator

[Price: $7.99]
DraStic DS Emulator is the most complete and functional Nintendo DS emulator available. It has (very) above average game compatibility, controls, and various other functions. It supports most controllers, multiple formats for the dual screen set up, cheat code support, fast forward mode, and you can sync your game saves with Google Drive. Our favorite feature is the ability to customize the placement of the two DS screens so you can play comfortably. It’s a good emulator, even if it is a bit pricey.

Get it now on Google Play!

drastic ds emulator best emulators for Android


ePSXe best emulators for AndroidePSXe

[Price: $3.75]
You may have heard of ePSXe because it is one of the more popular PlayStation emulators on PC. This version is the Android port and it’s considered one of the two best ones available right now. It boasts high compatibility and good performance with almost all titles. It also contains the standard emulator stuff like button remapping, configurable on-screen controls, and support for most gamepads. It also has OpenGL plugins that can improve graphics and performance which is especially nice since PlayStation games upscale so poorly on HD screens. It’s relatively inexpensive and it works well.

Get it now on Google Play!


FPse - best emulators for AndroidFPse for Android

[Price: $3.63]
FPse is probably the better of the two main Playstation 1 emulators available on Google Play. It has a ton of features, including really good performance and compatibility that should support almost all Playstation 1 games. There is also support for cheat codes, overlay control themes, game controller support, support for most file extensions, and an OpenGL plugin mode that can add all kinds of visual tweaks. It’s powerful, it works, and you can even play multiplayer on some titles. It’s definitely more complex than ePSXe and a better emulator if you don’t mind giving it some time and learning how to use it. However, if you want something simple, you may want to try ePSXe first.

Get it now on Google Play!


John GBC - best emulators for AndroidJohn GBC (GBC Emulator)

[Price: $2.99]
John GBC is a Game Boy Color emulator and one of the best ones currently available. It’s rock solid with high compatibility and performance and also includes a slew of additional features, including customizable controller overlays, support for zipped files, fast forward and slow motion modes, turbo buttons, Bluetooth controller support, Dropbox support, and it can be played offline. Those looking to get back into the Game Boy Color classics should definitely check this one out.

Get it now on Google Play!

john gbc best emulators for Android


md.emu best Android emulatorsMD.emu

[Price: $4.99]
It is actually quite difficult to find a good Sega Genesis emulator on Android but MD.emu fits the bill. This one is an open-source Sega Genesis/Mega Drive, Sega CD, and Master System/Mark III emulator that pretty much covers all of the early Sega years. It also supports most game pads, cheat code support, and it should also work in any orientation. There is a free version and a paid version that work pretty much the same way with the paid version being updated more frequently.

Get it now on Google Play!

MD.emu best Android emulators


MegaN64 best emulators for AndroidMegaN64 N64 Emulator

[Price: Free]
MegaN64 is based on the open source Mupen64 project and includes a few additional tweaks and functions that the original Mupen64 doesn’t have. This one is functional and should work well in most scenarios. N64 support hasn’t been great on Android so the game compatibility and performance could definitely be better. However, if you’re looking for something that works well enough, this could be the way to go for right now. At the very least, it’s entirely free so it won’t cost you anything to try it out.

Get it now on Google Play!

SuperN64 - best emulators for Android


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My Boy! - GBA Emulator - best emulators for AndroidMy Boy! – GBA Emulator

[Price: $4.99]
In terms of pure Google Play ratings, My Boy is the highest rated on the list and it’s a Game Boy Advance emulator. It’s incredibly stable with great compatibility and a lot of options. This includes the fast forward control so you can speed through slow parts of the game. The feature list is quite long, but it does support the basics like save states, customizable controls, Bluetooth controller support, and high level BIOS emulation so you don’t have to go find a Game Boy Advance BIOS to play. It’s $4.99 but definitely worth it.

Get it now on Google Play!

MyBoy best emulators for Android


My OldBoy best emulators for AndroidMy OldBoy! – GBC Emulator

[Price: $3.99]
My OldBoy is a Game Boy Color and regular Game Boy emulator by the same developers who did My Boy – Game Boy Advance Emulator. It’s rock solid with great compatibility and some awesome features, including the ability to choose a color palette for black and white Game Boy games to give them some color. It also comes with cheat code support, fast forward and slow motion, link cable emulation, customizable controller overlays and a lot more. It’s pretty good.

Get it now on Google Play!

My OldBoy best emulators for Android


Nostalgia.NES - best emulators for AndroidNostalgia.NES Pro

[Price: $1.99]
Nostalgia.NES Pro is an NES emulator and one of the best on the market. It boasts high compatibility and should work with just about every game you can think of. It also comes with customizable overlay controls, game pad support, WiFi controller mode, and cheat code support. It also has Famicom support in case there are any titles for that you want to play that didn’t make it to the NES. It’s solid, it’s stable, and it’s inexpensive.

Get it now on Google Play!


PPSSPP best emulators for AndroidPPSSPP – PSP emulator

[Price: $5.99]
The PSP emulator market is fairly slim but there is one that has separated itself from the pack and that is PPSSPP. It had a rough beginning, but the developers have clearly worked hard to update, iterate, and improve the app and now it rests solely at the top as the best Sony PSP emulator out there right now. The game compatibility is decent, but improving and the app also has some additional options and features. Not all games run all that well, but it should run most at least well enough.

Get it now on Google Play!


retroarch best emulators for androidRetroArch

[Price: Free]
RetroArch is here by popular demand from our readers. It apparently emulates a whole bunch of systems and it seems to do so competently most of the time. It has a range of unique features, including support for Play and Watch Games where you can play a game and then watch it. It also has customizable overlay controls, cheat code support, and more. It’s open source, entirely free, and contains no advertisements. It’s a solid option and one that you should definitely check out.

Get it now on Google Play!

retroarch best emulator for android


SuperRetro16 best emulators for AndroidSuperRetro (SNES Emulator)

[Price: $3.99]
SuperRetro16 is an SNES emulator and one of the best ones around. It has undergone a number of name changes over the years, but remains the rock solid emulator it always has been. It has very high game support, including difficult titles like Super Mario RPG along with customizable overlay controls, game pad support, cloud sync for your save files, cheat code support, network multiplayer, fast forward and slow motion, and more. There are many SNES emulators, but we’ve never had a problem with this one.

Get it now on Google Play!


Tendo64 best emulators for AndroidTendo64 (N64 emulator)

[Price: Free / $2.18]
Tendo64 is one of the few Nintendo 64 emulators that is still under active development (as of March 2016). Like most, it’s built on the Mupen64 open source project but with additions and tweaks to make it better. It features customizable layouts, cheat code support, multiplayer capabilities, and better than average game compatibility. It seems to work better than most and it does have the advantage of being actively developed so it may get even better. Best of all, it’s entirely free with the pro version simply removing ads.

Get it now on Google Play!

Tendo64 best emulators for Android


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  • Rickrau5

    Mupen64 AE gets my vote.. 3 video plungins plus external Gamepad support and Hi-res texture pack support…

    • JosephHindy

      SuperN64 is built on top of Mupen64 ;) so it should have at least some of those features too.

      • Rickrau5

        Ah it looks like superN64 is just a relabled Mupen64 AE (android edition). I would suggest downloading the real one for the latest updates..

        • JosephHindy

          That’s an over simplification. It’s not just a copy, it’s been worked on and optimized :D

          • me

            Super n64 just turned ad-based, super annoying, and I get better performance from mupen, too

          • adama

            My antivirus reads SuperN64 as having malware. Mupen passes it fine.

          • WeActOnImpulse

            There is no such thing as malware on Android because Android software can’t cause damage to the device without root access, which very few people have. The worst you can get is adware.
            My Antivirus and security (Lookout Mobile Security) returned SuperN64 as clean. Either your Antivirus is a fake (which it most likely is) or you’re just lying to get your opinion across (also possible.)
            Edit: perhaps this is your Antivirus? http://mobile.theverge.com/2014/4/8/5594196/another-bogus-android-app-briefly-tops-google-play-charts

          • em0rox

            Every single thing I own is rooted…

          • WeActOnImpulse

            Well you would still have to grant root access to the app. Just because the phone is rooted doesn’t mean every app automatically has access to root as well. That is why supersu exists: to keep apps away from your root.

          • Rickrau5

            So what your saying is if your rooted which Im sure ALOT of ppl ob this type sites are, then stay away from the shady app SuperN64.. Got it.

          • Gon

            SuperN64 gone worser than ever!
            Buggier and way too many ads.
            Please replace it with Mupen 64 AE. It also is updated with new code and better compatibility.

  • Fakhruddin Fakhrul

    the only reason for me to get an emulator is because of pokemon. nuff said

    • Zaria

      That’s an over simplification. It’s not just a copy, it’s been worked on and optimized :D

    • Niggerly Von Niggerton

      What about portable Tekken?

    • milkmaloy

      Uh.. Earthbound? Fire Emblem? Metroid? Or some other game that you’ve not played through 5 times already?

      • Ffejtball

        Secret of Evermore, Secret of Mana, Illusion of Gaia, Super Castlevania, UN Squadron, etc., etc. etc. That’s just the SNES too. Don’t even get me started on other consoles.

        • Fakhruddin Fakhrul

          do mention KOF 98′.

          • slslsl cornu

            MEGA MAN!

        • dfghjk.

          ocarina of time, majoras mask

        • アルベイン クレス

          All great games!

      • Ryon Hazen

        NOT APPS just games that can be played with apps, you did not read the title

    • Gon

      Screw pokemon all about Metroid

      • slslsl cornu

        screw metroid; all about mega man

      • AnonUser

        Screw metroid Final Fantasy everyday

    • DAVID DOUILLET

      I love Pokémon***Pika**Pika***

    • GUESTINATOR2000

      ahem, suer mario? total nostalgia for me at least :D

    • Sunny

      pokemon is for manchildren

      • Green Sanic

        Ok, anime.

        • Guin

          I like both. Can’t we have both?

      • Scanzyyyyy

        gai ^

        • Sunny

          butthurt mankid virgin

      • Fakhruddin Fakhrul

        for 80′ and 90′ sure. I’m used to remember playing mario with floppy disk back in the days.

        • Dis Username

          Bootleg mario games?

        • FuckTheHood

          Mario with floppy disks…lol, ok pal.

        • bbb

          Why You Always LYING Mmmm Oh My God Stop Fucking Lying

    • Orochi_Kyo

      Kids….

    • Graham Barnes

      Pokemon is for faggots!

      • JOE6PACK

        Nice picture of you and your date in your avatar.

        • Graham Barnes

          Your folks actually, you should recognize them.

        • Graham Barnes

          That is your mother show some respect!!

          • JOE6PACK

            Dummy

          • Graham Barnes

            Bringing out the big guns are we? how will i cope lol.

          • JOE6PACK

            Just trying to be nice. My mom always said not to be mean to simpletons. Go back to licking the windows on the short bus, dummy.

          • Graham Barnes

            Shows how low your intellect is when you resort to mocking the disabled, there’s no limit to how low you republicans will go, anyone else you don’t like.. blacks latino’s muslim’s ,women.. the poor?
            oh and i can’t lick the window because your mother is sat on the windows side :)

          • JOE6PACK

            I’m not a republican. I’m a typical democrat. I can be hateful, bigoted, misogynistic and racist as long as I support every totalitarian communist that the MSM tells me too.

            HITLERY 2016!!!

          • Kevin Deal

            Shnozzberries… Why do Windows taste like shnozzberries?

          • JOE6PACK

            Drugs are bad. Don’t do drugs. Mk?

          • JOE6PACK

            You’re the expert.

  • lambo

    For me PPSSPP is the best emulator because
    1. It’s free.
    2. It supports my Tegra2 phone quite well.
    3. It runs Pro Evolution Soccer 2013 perfectly :)

    The second best emulator is ePSXe (android) because
    1. It’s simple & easy to set up.
    2. It runs Time Crisis 1 & Project Titan very well :)

    Sadly, Drastic DS didn’t work on Tegra devices… ugh… *sob* >,<

    • Meloboi

      How come I was able to play Pokemon Black 2 on Drastic..? com,on man..!

  • zebastianviden

    Frodo C64 for those who grew up with a Commodore 64. There are some alternatives on Play.

  • Stanley

    dmy best friend’s step-mother makes $84/hour on the computer. She has
    been out of a job for 8 months but last month her payment was $20516
    just working on the computer for a few hours. read here
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    • Dman

      I just discovered JNES and it’s the best NES emulator I’ve encountered thus far!!!

  • Boonlumsion Piyapon

    RetroArch?

    • Christopher Flores

      The first game i wanted to play on RetroArch was The Guardian Legend (NTSC NES), the game doesn’t run past the opening stage (always crashes seconds after switching to adventure gameplay). Has been running Super Mario RPG, Lufia 2 Rise of the Sinistrals, and Warsong very smoothly, but i can’t figure out the PSX emulator.

  • James Houston

    I’d have to go with the ‘John NES’ for emulating NES games. And the ‘GBC A.D.’ for Gameboy games. But I agree with anything else mentioned in the list.

  • Edward

    for GBA i prefer Gameboid over myBoy
    well, many people will not even found it on playstore since it had been removed
    i think Gameboid is better than myBoy since it’s easy to use and it can not only fast forward the game till 4X it can even slow the game down to 0.5X which is really help while playing castlevania series

    • JJLaw

      Myboy can do that too

      • fcolvera

        Yeah HisBoy can do that too!

      • Non-Specific Action Figure

        Since its removal from the Android Marketplace (as it was called at the time), Gameboid has been made completely free on the developer’s website.

        MyBoy is $4.99.

        For the featureset, I’d go with Gameboid over MyBoy any day.

        • JosephHindy

          The reason why that developer’s stuff was removed from the play store (he did SNESoid too) is because he copied source code that didn’t belong to him for his emulators. So to pimp out free work that is essentially a rip off of other people’s work is actually piracy so I hope no one listens to you.

          Also, he stopped working on those emulators years ago. They haven’t been updated in ages and MyBoy has a much larger feature set.

          This is why iOS gets all the nice games and apps before we do. That horrible (I never pay for anything) attitude. Grow up and spend a few bucks dude. For shame.

          • Rickrau5

            Yet your here advocating SuperN64… For an “optimized” (which you dont even know what that means) , rip off app/ad machine, if Mupen64.
            Emulators have always been controversial, which is why they dont exist in Apple’s store. Thats retarded comparison

          • JosephHindy

            Mupen64 is free, open-source software. It’s not stealing when it’s free and open source.

          • Sunny

            SuperN64 profits from it though and puts ads and the main thing, he didn’t give credit to dev of Mupen64 -.- you really shouldn’t be supporting this.

          • JosephHindy

            I shouldn’t support what, exactly? A developer using a code base to make a better app? It’s been pulled anyway and that sucks because there are no good N64 emulators without it. I won’t put Mupen64 on this list because it’s unstable and terrible. I guess 12 is down to 11.

          • Guest

            I hope you’re dumping every rom you have for these emulators from your legally owned games, otherwise your nothing but a hypocrite and you should practice what you preach.

          • JosephHindy

            I haven’t used an emulator since Square Enix re-released all those final fantasy games and secret of mana. Between Android and my PSP (you can buy old PSX games on the PlayStation store…hello FF7, 8, 9!), I have all the old games I want and have no use for emulators.

            On my PSP I have one homebrewed game which is Lunar 2 and I owned that game on Sega CD and PSX…and if it were ever re-released, I’d buy the hell out of that too.

          • me

            You’re kind of a dick, aren’t you?

          • JosephHindy

            Yeah probably. Kinda hard not to be when you’re having a conversation with people who are literally stealing other people’s work (like everyone buys the games they get on ROMs) and then complaining that another developer made a few bucks off of a fork of a FOSS app.

    • Sarthak Verma

      MyBoy emulator supports 2 player multiplayer now tho. I guess it’s the best gba emu with just that.

  • trevor

    Just saying, i have the emulators nesoid, snesoid, gbcoid, gbaoid, and n64oid. Not only were they all FREE, but they have just as much fuctionality, compatibility, smooth gameplay as the others. N64oid is actually better than those on the playstore, with better framerates and higher compatibility. Come on, man. Do research, dont just go off of google playstore ratings…..

    • C Butler

      N64oid IS Mupen 64. Come on, man. Do research.

      • Roet-Ivar

        Sure, if you want worse performance and more graphical glitches, go for Mupen. If not, go for N64oid (which indeed is an optimized version of Mupen).

        • Rickrau5

          Im sorry what? Optimized? Really.. In what way, enlighten us? GTFO. Yea i optimized with ads!! Bwahah
          Mupen64 has never gotten credit on this site. Dont know why. Its the only consistent and upto daten64 emulator out there AND ad free. SuperN64 is a ripoff, and not even on the PlayStoree anymore

          • Roet-Ivar

            Huh, we’re talking Android here right?
            I’ll enlighten you would this: They use different video plugins. Why don’t you test a couple of roms for your self and come back…
            Oh and that language of yours is unnecessary.

          • Rickrau5

            They use the exact same plugins. Ive tested both and SuN64 is shit. Thanks for pointing out your incompetence

          • Roet-Ivar

            When running say Smash bros or Zelda: OOT for instance I get crazy glithes when using Mupen, so
            then I decided to test N64oid, the results was night and day for me. This is weird right?
            I’d take Mupen64 over N64oid any day if it wasn’t for this, Mupen got so much better controller support too.

            N64oid is initially branched from Mupen64plus, but they don’t seem to have very much in common anymore regarding source code. So no need for insults buddy!

            EDIT: Source that supports my claims from Paul himself: http://www.paulscode.com/forum/index.php?topic=148.0

          • Rickrau5

            Dude what are you talking about here. N64oid or SuN64? Two different apps. The latter is a copy and ad machine of Mupen64..qnd hasn’t been updated in over a year

          • Roet-Ivar

            I talking about N64oid, I have never tested SuN64.

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          • Roet-Ivar

            shit, piss, fuck, cunt, cocksucker, motherfucker, tits, fart, turd, and twat..
            Thanks for reminding me of that good old song!

      • Rickrau5

        The site has a bias for SuperN64 although its an ad piece of shit app as though the “developer” created it

    • MrMiketheripper

      I couldn’t get full compatibility with my Xbox controller on N64oid so I dropped it in favor of CoolN64 which I believe is based off SuperN64 and Mupen. However for my phone where I don’t use a controller, I use the -oids and they’re perfect.

      • NejiHyuga900

        Yeah, same. If the controller inputs on the N64oid were to be updated, I would use N64oid on my Nvidia Shield Portable. But until then (but I doubt N64oid will be updated again), I would have to use Mupen64Plus or one of its other clones.

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  • theforsaken7

    My old boy is a GBC emulator made by the same people who made my boy, Ifyou like my boy you will love my old boy

  • John

    N64oid has much smoother graphics and sound when playing Majora’s Mask than SuperN64 and Mupen64 Plus AE. There’s no flickering or missing textures. The sound is a little choppy when entering new areas but it’s much better than the other emulators. N64oid 2.7 is available on SlideMe Marketplace for $5. I haven’t seen the app update in over a year I don’t think but it works good and it’s the best in my opinion.

    • Roet-Ivar

      I Agree completely. The n64oid was initially branched from Mupen64plus AE, but now most of the code seems to have been re-written which explains the performance improvements, all this according to Paul: http://www.paulscode.com/forum/index.php?topic=148.0
      It’s a shame that N64oid is closed source though.

    • NejiHyuga900

      But for someone like me, who plays Android games on an Nvidia Shield Portable (with a built-in controller), the one problem N64oid has are the control inputs (I don’t remember if it supports triggers and I can’t assign the C buttons to the right thumbstick).

  • Roet-Ivar

    I¨m still looking for a great NES emulator that runs Double Dragon II smoothly. I love that game and if I can´t deliver those crouching knees the emulator is a no-no :(

  • This is how I would make my list for Nintendo Emulators:

    GB+GBC – GBCoid
    SNES – SNESoid
    N64 – N64oid
    GBA – My Boy! GBA Emulator
    NES – NESoid

    • JosephHindy

      4 out of 5 of those are developed by a guy who jacked so much source code that he got banned from the play store. Just saying.

  • jose

    http://www.linkbucks.com/zSYV link de descarga del ppsspp psp emulator

  • Gon

    SuperGnes is a ripoff of Mugen.

    • JosephHindy

      Mugen is open source. You can’t “rip off” an open source project. The code is freely available for anyone to use.

      That’s why it’s called open source. The source (code) is open (for anyone to use).

      • GJV

        Wait, wait, slow down there Einstein. I don’t quite get it.

  • Adon

    Classics,love em.

  • Android Game Emulators revive childhood gaming memories. They may not be perfect for HD gaming with today’s standards, but still good enough for playing favorite old games.

    • Vaibhav Dabwal

      Play ff 9 maxed out on fpse it gives a tough competition to current RPG titles in graphics let alone story and gameplay

  • Thanks for sharing. On JXD S7800B game console some of these emulators are free.

  • crackface

    there is a mistake shown the ppsspp is free

    • ejp

      ppsspp is free all you get with the gold is feel goods and a fancy golden icon that you can show off to your friends.

  • Caerbanog Interrupted

    Space megaforce baby. Shmup love

  • tonym144

    Nostalgia.nes is not a good emulator. I had it and got rid of it. The buttons are barely responsive and it locks up if you try to reset sometimes. Find a better one, please.

  • mercanerie98

    epsxe is a nice one, just got it.

  • Sachin Krishna

    There are people who are running behind emulators to install various apps like whatsapp etc. I think a list of those kind of emulators will be helpful. I have compiled a list
    http://androidemulatorguide.com/android-emulator-run-android-apps-on-pc/

  • David

    Bluestacks is the best FREE emulator there is and in my opinion, everyone should get it.
    You get all games you want and is updated almost on a weekly basis. I use this for Clash of Clans and Heroes Charge

  • Rence

    I have a question, FPse > ePSXe, why? Can someone enlighten me? Thanks. ;)

  • Snoop Scotty G

    DroidEmu isn’t offered on the Play Store anymore but you can find it on their website (search DroidEmu or Droid Emu). It has tons of customization for Nes, Snes, Gboy, Gboy Color, Gboy Advance, Genesis, and Game Gear… maybe others but I can’t remember. It has a free version that allows you to do most customization and games with in game save states still work but if you pay the… $7? I can’t remember how much it cost… you also have instant saves/loads. As with any of these I’d highly recommend a good blutooth controller too. Amazon has a ton that are great for about $30.
    For around $40 you can turn your phone into a retro arcade.

  • Juliano Fernandes de Sousa

    My OldBoy! it better than John GBC, but John GBC is cool because have SGB graphics and you can play old GB games with color, but to me that like to plays Pokémon so much, My OldBoy is the best because have a Link option, then I can trade Pokémon with myself.

    I already tested a lot of SNES emulators in my poor cellphone, the best to me is aSNES.

    To play NES I recommend John NES because this emulator have game save to old school RPG games like Final Fantasy and a beautiful Virtual Pad.

    The best for GBA is My Boy! don’t discuss!

    I love Old Nintendo Games ♥
    (The newest Nintendo games like fun but I haven’t money to buy a console or a better pc to run it! sad D:)

  • crq

    Zork anyone?

  • Bably

    PPSSPP is 100% free, the golden version works like a donation to the dev, it has exacly the same features and performance of the free version.

  • martina

    hey, anybody here using Bluestacks?

  • Sandesh S M

    any emulator to run mario ????? i love mario game.. i want it in my phone.

  • Ryon Hazen

    FUCK YOU WHALE!

  • thanks, You can try Android emulators for Pc OS
    http://www.newbiegate.com/geek/best-android-emulators-for-pc-os

  • Jibzy Luigi

    Simple reason/s why MyBoy the best:

    – fast forward (to skip some intros)
    – save state (too lazy to explain this thing)
    – Link Multiplayer (via BT/WiFi; the most awesome I’ve ever saw)

  • Lik-chung Li

    UAE for droid (Amiga emulator) MARVIN (Spectrum 48 emulator) and MAME for arcade and Neo Geo are my favorites.

    • JosephHindy

      I’ll look into that, thank you =)

  • Lik-chung Li

    Reicast for Dreamcast games was pretty good too.

    • JosephHindy

      Awesome thank you!

  • Ben

    I just want to play Tiger Woods golf…like the one that was on my iPhone a few years ago…Tiger Woods Golf 2012, maybe?

  • sage

    weird to think people are making money off of these, especially since they’re all built from free open source emulators.

  • “including support for Play and Watch Games where you can play a game and then watch it”
    Are you stupid?
    (don’t answer that)