mic_888 · Jun 21, 2011 at 12:02 pm

First Gameboy Emulator For Windows Phone 7 Soon To Come

Windows Phone 7 owners who are fans of the old Gameboy games might want to subscribe to the soon to be released Gameboy emulator thread here at XDA.

One of our members, XDA member Badcam3 has posted about an upcoming Gameboy emulator for WP7 on behalf of dev Samuel Blanchard. The dev has given members a little taste of what is to come with some cool looking screenshots and titbits of information to whet our appetites.

Currently at version 0.4.5, the images show Wario’s Jewels 7 although the dev has not divulged if there is any sound or landscape support as yet. He does however state that the public version should be available ‘very soon’.

To keep up to date on progress, head on over and subscribe to the application thread.

Update: Actual dev (Samuel Blanchard) credited.


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