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GBCoid (GBC emulator): Amazing time waster!

Discussion in 'Android Apps & Games' started by Blood Clott, Jun 7, 2010.

  1. Blood Clott

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    Have you ever wanted to play Pokemon on your Android phone? Do you not get your Mario fix enough? Do I sound like an infomercial? Basically GBC emulator allows you to play downloaded Roms onto your phone. So if you want to play Mario Tennis (which I did) on your phone, its just a download away. I did see some people leaving one and two star reviews because they couldn't find Roms. I have the solution to that, download Rom Buddy! It's basically an app that searches a HUGE Rom database and allows you to one touch download. BAM! Another thing you might want to download with this is ASTRO File Manager. This app does exactly what it says it does.....manages the files on your SD card. ASTRO really comes in handy when you want to manage all of the Roms that you have. The coolest thing about this app is the customization. You can change anything ranging from the button size to the movement sensitivity. Another thing that straight up pwns is the save feature. Just press the menu button on your android phone and you will see a save feature. This will allow you to save the exact screen that your on. So don't worry about a checkpoint anymore because GBCoid beat it up and replaced it with awesomeness! If your like me your going to want to get more emulators, if you do check out these SNESoid, Nesoid, GameBoid, and Gensoid. They will give you all the gaming you need for your android phone.
    LATERZ!
     

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  2. corney91

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    GBCoid Lite won't let Pokemon Crystal save :(
    According to this page, it's because it uses a real time clock... does that mean I'll have to buy the full version and use the emulator save feature instead of the in-game one? :(

    EDIT: Didn't realise this was in the review section until after posting - sorry, I'll post in a help section instead :)

    Overall, though, it's really good except for this annoyance and has worked very well :)
     

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