Pokemon on Android?


Last Updated: 2012-09-21 20:26:38
  1. frazmand

    frazmand Active Member

    I've yet to get an Android device but should be purchasing the Desire shortly.

    My question is are there any Pokemon emulators available for Android handsets, if so, are they half decent?

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  2. IOWA

    IOWA Mr. Logic Pants Moderator

    Get GBAoid. It'll play all the game boy advance pokemon games. I've tried them, and it works.
  3. frazmand

    frazmand Active Member

    Which versions does it have?
  4. Forge94

    Forge94 Well-Known Member

    Gameboid. You can play any gba pokemon game perfectly with it.
    There are various sites where you can find ROMS, however I wont post a link just in case people use them illegally.
    Only download roms of games that you actually own.
    Theres a free version of gameboid on the market but has some limits.
  5. IOWA

    IOWA Mr. Logic Pants Moderator

    ^^this
  6. El Blacksheep

    El Blacksheep Well-Known Member

    there's also GBCoid for R/B/Y
  7. Jetro

    Jetro Member

    So, you can just download from any rom on the net and play it on "GBCoid"?
  8. Salvo

    Salvo New Member

    This is awesome, i got GBCoid.... i hope it works
  9. imaasher96

    imaasher96 New Member

    Gameboid says that i must specify the BIOS file in the settings before i can play any games? what does that mean?:confused:
  10. Netherdragon

    Netherdragon Well-Known Member

    you need to have a bios file installed on your phone. user google to find the correct file to download and once you launch gameboid you will have to sellect the file (just put it in the same location you have been putting your ROM's). You will only need to sellect this once on bootup then your golden.
  11. amberlewis

    amberlewis New Member

    You should get the GBcoid for pokemon ecumulater.Because you can play all kinds of games like pokemon.
  12. obsidianwings

    obsidianwings Well-Known Member

    I use gameboid as well, I originally had a gameboy colour emulator for nostalgia purposes, but now I stick with gameboid as gameboy advance is so much better really.
    I am working my way through pokemon emerald right now, and its pretty similar to the pokemon red I had as a kid but better colour and graphics.
    For gameboid you will need to get the bios as well but its quite easy to find.
  13. obsidianwings

    obsidianwings Well-Known Member

    Link for gameboid in case anyone can't find it:
    GameBoid | SlideME

    Should be able to get the devs other apps on there to I think.
  14. obsidianwings

    obsidianwings Well-Known Member

    No worries, you will still need to get the BIOS as I don't think i'm allowed to post the link, easy enough to find on google though.
  15. Tassi

    Tassi New Member

    Da dove mi scarico le rom !? Io hO GIA GIOCHI DEI POKEMON MA IN FORMATO GBA.
  16. ronandroid

    ronandroid Member

  17. LexiconStudios

    LexiconStudios Well-Known Member

    It amazes me that with so much desire for pokemon on smart phones that nintendo won't license it. :(
  18. ronandroid

    ronandroid Member

    @LexionStudio : Keep in mind that nintendo doesn't "want" to make money on GAME but on HARDWARE and you will understand why...
    They don't want to "lose time" and money in android development to only satisfy few (or maybe some...) users and don't get money for it.

    That why i'm creating my game... For your information, i will be able to easilly "mod" my game to run a REAL pokemon world if the game is concluant
  19. syi

    syi Well-Known Member

    I is actually illegal to download any copyrighted material with out approved written consent of the owner/creator. Regardless of whether or not you own a real copy. If you own it there are many cheap and easy ways to create backups. Which are legal and you are entitled to make if you so choose.
  20. syi

    syi Well-Known Member

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