|With the new NES roms emulator for Gameboy you can turn NES games into gba roms and play them on Gameboy Advance or GBA SP|
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You may find it a bit confusing at first but you will eventually understand how it works. Sometimes, in your attempt to collect all the Pokemon emulators, there are some menus of the game that are exasperating to search because of the fact that you have to trade two different games. However the entire system is absolutely well done.
NES Emulator for GBA - PocketNES
PocketNES is a NES roms emulator for Gameboy Advance. In other words, it lets you emulate - that is play Nintendo 8-bit games on a Gameboy Advance and the new GBA SP. PocketNES is written by loopy and flubba. It started out as an assembler port of loopynes emulator for DOS but has seen many chanes since then.
PocketNES does emulate NES games on the GBA in full speed, as incredible as it sounds. Noth that it would be neccessary but it can actually do quite a few games at twice the normal speed in accelerated mode. You will not play the games at 2x the speed but it is still nice to know that if you wanted you could.
How to use PocketNES GBA emu
If you like doing double backflips (just a joke) you can play the NES games in the emulator on a PC using GBA emulator (VisualBoy Advance). I wouldn't suggest it because PocketNES was made to be runs on a Gameboy Advance from a gba flash card it will not work in the GBA emulator exactly how it world on the Gameboy. The most noticeable difference is that game screen may be shaking - note that this does NOT happen on GBA! Also you are unable to Link 2 players for multiplayer games like you can if using the emu on the hardware that it was designed for. So to play it the right way you need one of flash cartridges.
are some more things
different from a regular PC based emulator. Most importantly,
you don't keep the .nes roms separately, but they
have to be archived / compressed
with the PocketNES emulator.
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How to get PocketNES Advance to work, the quick and easy way