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Gameboy Pocket emulator coming to Windows Phone Marketplace soon [Screenshots]

Purple Cherry Gameboy emulator

For those of you who remember Warrio's Jewels (WJ7), a sideloaded/homebrew Gameboy emulator, you'll be pleased to know that it has been renamed to 'Purple Cherry' and is on its way to the Windows Phone Marketplace.

Yes this is from the same developer who brought us the Sega Gamegear emulator, Sonic's Jewels which was later renamed to 'Blue Tomato' (due to copyright infringement). In trying to avoid the same legal issues, the developer has opted for a renaming and rebranding before submission this time and the emulator is expected to pass.

Purple Cherry Gameboy emulator

New images show that Purple Cherry is using the same design as Blue Tomato, something we're all for as it has an excellent layout with bold, clear fonts and UI elements. What's more, many fixes and improvements have gone into this updated emulator with more games running smoothly now e.g. Kid Icarus, WarioLand 2 and better Pokemon playability. In addition, SkyDrive support is there too allowing easy loading of ROMs to the emulator.

No word on pricing but we bet the same $1.49 price range can be expected. We'll follow up more as we get closer to release.

Source: Facebook

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Gameboy Pocket emulator coming to Windows Phone Marketplace soon [Screenshots]

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I read something on this developers facebook page that they had tried the GBA emulation but the frame rates were bad or they had some other issues. 
So maybe this might not be possible until Apollo? Either that or they just have some more issues to iron out. Hopefully they fix them soon because that would be amazing to have on the marketplace.
Going by the fact that they have made 2 available now and discussed GBA, I'm sure it will come in the future at some point (hopefully because the quality of these apps are great)

I have also heard from developers that 16-bit emulation will have to wait until Apollo. Even then it might not function very well we just have to wait and see.
 
Thank god I still have my Xperia Play which takes care of all my gaming needs. Probably will never use the Lumia for gaming. Why should I even. Xperia Play rocks at emulation even PS1 games are emulated in full speed.

I'd love to see a series of these classic system emulators coming out with the same theme (gba, nes, snes, psone). even better, eventually an all-in-one emulator app that combines them all (i'd gladly pay $5 for that any day)

Shoot, this reminds me have a bunch of old cartridges in storage...how would I access the roms necessary to emulate these games? Do I need a special adapter/reader or is it better to try and download the files for the games that I own?

It can only play the gbc roms that were backwards compatible with pocket/gameboy which there are only a few of. That is if the emulator accepts that file. I hope Samuel can update the emulator to game boy color as it is still an 8bit console according to Wikipedia.