iPhone: The best Nintendo emulator is finally easily available on iOS

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At the beginning of the year, Apple announced major changes would be coming to iOS in order to comply with the European DMA. Among these, there are two important new features: the opening of the operating system to alternative app stores and the arrival of emulators to the App Store. A few days ago, the Cupertino company finally made this latest announcement a reality by changing the rules of its store.

It didn’t take long for emulator developers to step into the breach. Today, the first major iOS emulator is finally coming to the App Store, 5 years after its official launch. This is Delta, well known to Nintendo fans, because the application allows you to emulate at least 6 consoles of the manufacturer, plus a 7th bonus:

  • Nintendo Entertainment System (NES)
  • Super Nintendo Entertainment System (SNES)
  • Nintendo 64 (N64)
  • Game Boy / Game Boy Color (GBC)
  • Game Boy Advance (GBA)
  • Nintendo DS (DS)

Delta is finally coming to the App Store for free

However, please note that only users outside the European Union can download Delta from the App Store. In our part of the world, you’ll need to head over to AltStore, one of the first alternative stores available on iOS. Once you’re done, you’ll be able to take advantage of the many features the emulator offers; This makes it one of the best solutions to emulate a Nintendo console on iPhone today.

Delta supports Xbox One/Series and PS4/PS5 controllers via Bluetooth, while allowing users to remap their keys. Even better, some new console features like Nintendo DS voice control are also available. Of course, we also find traditional features of emulators such as quicksaving and game acceleration.

Source : Border

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