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DroidEmuLite

DroidEmuLite

DroidEmuLite is a game system to play SNES, NES, GameBoy Advanced, GameBoy/Color, SEGA GameGear, SEGA Genesis games on your Android phone or tablet. It runs thousands of games at full speed.

DroidEmuLite in action

There is a paid version which enables loading and saving games and also removes the advertisements.

Features:

  • Multi emulator for Android - Play SNES, NES, GameBoy Advanced, GameBoy/Color, SEGA GameGear, SEGA Genesis games on Android devices
  • Supports .GB, .GBC, .GBA, .NES, .ROM, .GG, .SMS, .SMC, .SFC, .FIG, .SNES, .SMD, .GEN, .BIN, and .ZIP file extensions
  • Run thousands of games (if you own the relevant ROMs)
  • Integrated link to ROM download manager - Download ROM directly from Internet
  • Aspect ratio: 4:3, 5:4, 16:10, 16:9
  • Full screen mode
  • SNES:
    • Option for games to play at a slower speed which increases compatibility
    • Enable transparency
    • Enable Super Code - touch down on the screen to fire
  • NES:
    • Enable Game Genie
    • PPU accurate rendering mode
    • 2nd controller device
    • Key mappings
  • Genesis:
    • 6-button pad
    • Key mappings
  • GBA, GBC & GameGear:
    • Key mappings
  • Multi-type virtual keypad skin
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Price:
Developer:
Links:
Reviews:
www.droidemu.org
Free (Ad-supported)
DavidWu

Verdict:

DroidEmuLite is a highly versatile and configurable emulator that flawlessly lets you play games developed for a number of different video consoles on your Android device. The fact that the lite version does not allow gamers to save or load game states is unfortunate.

8/10

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