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Andrew Fiore

Delta Emulator for iOS

Developers Riley Testut and Shane Gill have officially released the Delta emulator for the iPhone. Originally accessible only through their underground AltStore, a recently revised App Store policy has ushered in a new era for retro game emulators. From your iPhone, click here to launch the App Store for “Delta – Game Emulator” Delta supports […]


Weekly Roundup #405

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Danthrax (Sega Saturn SHIRO!)

New Fan Book ‘Unofficial Saturn Collection’ Available Now

Looking for some light reading material about your favorite 32-bit console? A new fan-made coffee table book has you covered. “The Unofficial Sega Saturn Collection” is a 290-page paperback that released on Amazon earlier this month. It features large color screenshots of some of the games in the Saturn’s library along with writeups about each […]


The Story Of Oregon Trail

Norman Caruso, aka The Gaming Historian recently released a documentary about the iconic game: The Oregon Trail.  The hour-plus long video includes extensive interviews from the original creators, as well as the team that made it into the game most of us remember.  If you’ve ever played this game in your school’s computer lab as […]


Chip ‘n Dale: Rescue Rangers SNES Port

Developer Rumbleminze recently released another NES to SNES conversion, this time for the game Chip ‘n Dale Rescue Rangers.  There’s also an MSU-1 version, however not all tracks are available;  It will default to the original soundtrack via Memblers audio emulator for the rest.  I did a livestream of it above if you’d like to […]


Brand New Motherboard For The Game Boy Advance

FunnyPlaying has recently released a replacement Game Boy Advance motherboard. However, this isn’t just a one-for-one replacement, FunnyPlaying actually integrated a few upgrades. Now one of the cool things about this board is that it is made of all new components. Even parts that are unique to the console are brand new, such as the […]