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VisualBoyAdvance

VisualBoyAdvance

VisualBoyAdvance is a Game Boy Advance emulator that works with many ROMs that are publically available. It emulates GBA, GBC, SGB, and GBA roms.

It features save states (like those that are available in ZSNES), full screen support, joystick support, the all-important 'speedup emulation' key for impatient gamers, and a lot more.

It also contains many useful tools for Game Boy Advance developers, such as powerful GDB and gprof integration.

Also worth checking out is VBA Express, a front-end for the VisualBoyAdvance Game Boy emulator. You can easily configure the emulator and start your games by clicking on some icons (rather than using a command line).

 VisualBoyAdvance

Price
Free to download

Size
0.2MB
License

GNU GPL

Developer
VBA Team

Website
vba.ngemu.com

System Requirements
CPU: PIII 500MHz

Support:
FAQ

Selected Reviews:
VT Emulation Network

Features include:

  • Save game state at any point
  • Graphic filters to enhance display: 2xSaI, Super 2xSaI, Super Eagle, Pixelate and Motion Blur
  • Full screen support
  • Screen capture (through menu or configured key)
  • Joystick support
  • Speed up button
  • Gameboy Printer emulation
  • Gameboy GB, SGB, GBC and GBC on GBA emulation types
  • SGB border support
  • Auto-fire support
  • Translation enabled (for emulator only)
  • Hacking capabilities, including search engine, Gameboy Gameshark and GameGenie support and GamesharkAdvance and CodeBreakerAdvance support
  • GBA debugger
  • Import Gameshark Game Saves, codes, etc
  • Import battery files from other emulators
  • Export battery files to other emulators
  • Sound recording

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