RetroArch - an emulator that allows you to play games from pretty much any console you can think of - has been given a complete overhaul on Android. And the new version is coming to iOS next week.
Version 1.2 lets you pick from three different menus, scan directories to create collections, pull detailed information and images from RetroArch's database, input cheats, and easily map buttons on a controller.
The emulator now has some 80-plus emulators, including Game & Watch. So you can relive the joy of slow, liquid crystal displays on your super fast Android.
You can get the new version off Google Play right here. Developer Libretro says it will launch the new version on iOS next week. We'll keep you posted.
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