Did you know that your Android phone or tablet has the power to play all the Gameboy games you enjoyed as a kid?
This article for those people who loved playing on older consoles the Game Boy Advance, Android even provides you with platforms to play games from those devices. With third-party emulators, you can play the games you loved from your childhood, anytime, anywhere!
But before we get started, one quick disclaimer: the use of emulators and the digital versions of the games (ROMs) falls into a bit of a moral gray area. After all, it’s basically a free way to play games that you would have originally had to pay for (or, in the case that you pay for an emulator or a ROM, someone else besides the original creators of the products are making money). So the general rule of thumb is that you should stick to the platforms that you own, and the same goes for the ROMs of the games. We do not, in any way, endorse copyright infringement.
Step: 1 Getting an Emulator
Download an Emulator: You need to download an emulator from CLICK HERE
Step: 2 Get game ROMs.
Game ROMs are game save files created by other gamers that you can use with your emulators. You can get game ROMs by searching the net. Launch your device browser and search for the ROMs of the games you want to play on your emulator. FOR DOWNLOAD CLICK HERE
Step: 3 Launch a game.
Locate the emulator app icon on your home screen or app drawer, and tap on it. Next you will be asked what game you would like to play. Using the file navigator in the emulator, locate the ROM of the game you want to play. If you did not change the location of the downloaded ROMS, they will be in your Downloads folder. Tap on the game to launch it in the emulator.
- Most games open up to a main screen with options like “Play,” “Settings,” “Controls,” and so on, which will differ for every game.