ROMs Emulated on GBA
Space Invaders is an emulator for the 8080 bw hardware from 1979
and it runs both Space Invaders and Space Invaders Deluxe. It is
currently unreleased so no other information is available.
Asteroids as the program name suggests a Asteroids emulator for
Atari 2600 Emulator
Another emulator, this one is an Atari VCS 2600 emulator for the
new GameBoy Advance.
The emulator is written in pure assembly language, the main emulator
core is completely coded in Thumb and runs from ROM. The CPU emulation
is a combination static recompiler & interpretive core -- for
those pesky VCS games that run parts of their code out of RAM --
and is coded in ARM assembly running from the internal WRAM of the
Frame rate is a respectable 39fps, and a little more optimisation
will get that to a nice 60fps. There is no sound emulation yet,
and I've only implemented digital joysticks and not all ROM bank
switching schemes are in place so only 2KB, 4KB and some 8KB games
Chip8 Emu For GBA
DrChip8 will allow you to play chip8 games on your GBA. “What
are chip8 games?” I hear you ask?. Well Chip 8 is not a really
a games system, it was instead a virtual machine created in the
1970s and resurrected in the 1990s for use with powerful graphic
calculators. Games could be written easily in the Chip 8 language,
and then executed on any computer than had a Chip 8 interpreter.
Chip 8 games are simple but there are many interpretations of classic
games, pong, joust, breakout, space invaders and so on. There are
also some more modern games such as tetris, and that game everyone
has on their Nokia, with the worm chasing its tail.
Centipede Advance is an emulator of the Centipede game.
The game is not fully playable as speed is very slow in this release
but it is being worked on. Scroll screen with L & R buttons
Turn other console system roms into *.GBA roms.
In the ROM you will have packed emulator and one or more games
in a format your game boy can understand. When you have made the
rom you can test play it on PC using GB Advance emu for PC or send
the newly made roms to Flash
Advance Xtreme Card and play it on Gameboy Advance as if it
was a GBAgame ;) This adds thousands of games to already big collection
of GBA and GBC games you can play.
So step by step:
Download some roms from net
On PC turn them to GBAroms
to send games to Flash Card
Put the Flash
Card in Gameboy and go!