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Gameboy Emulator For Windows Phone 7
If you are fan of emulators, this will be of your liking. XDA member Badcam3 informed us about a Gameboy emulator for Windows Phone 7. The UI is really great, integrated to the point that you can see it as it was a native application and you can find games such as Wario, Pandas vs. Ninjas, Doodle Jump, Jwel, Shazam, Solitaire, and many more. If you go to the developer’s blog, you can download the app itself as well as a Game List Creator and read trough the hows to´s on topics such as set list of game, search for games and how to play a game.
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Originally posted by Badcam3
WJ7 (Wario’s Jewels 7) – First Gameboy emulator for Windows Phone.
NOTE: I DID NOT DEVELOP THIS EMULATOR. THE DEVELOPER OF THE THIS EMULATOR IS SAMUEL BLANCHARD. I AM POSTING THIS ON HIS BEHALF. PLEASE CHECK OUT HIS WEBSITE AT http://blog.naviso.fr/wordpress/
Check out our official youtube channel and I also posted a new video with WJ7 in action!!!!!!!!! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F532i37UEIQ http://www.youtube.com/WariosJewels
Edit: Hey everyone you can start creating your game lists now http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g84ar3k55dE we are getting closer and be sure to follow us on Twitter @wariojewels7 aka here: https://twitter.com/wariojewels7 or our facebook page http://www.facebook.com/pages/Warios…25788057444688
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