VisualBoyAdvance

  • Version

    1.7.2
  • Date Added
    (to site)

    March 28th, 2011
  • Author

    "Forgotten"
  • License

    GNU General Public License (?)
  • Description

    VisualBoyAdvance (VBA) is an emulator for Nintendo‚Äôs Game Boy, Color and Advance, handheld game consoles. It emulates GBA, GBC, SGB, GBA roms and also supports ZIP-ed roms so that after downloading files from the net you don’t have to un-zip them.

    VBA’s core features are as follows:

    - save game state at any point
    - graphic filters to enhance display: 2xSaI, Super 2xSaI, – - – Super Eagle, Pixelate and Motion Blur
    - full screen support
    - screen capture (through menu or configured key)
    - joystick support
    - speed up button
    - Gameboy Printer emulation
    - Gameboy GB, SGB, GBC and GBC on GBA emulation types
    - translation enabled (for emulator only)
    - hacking capabilities, including search engine, Gameboy – Gamesharkand GameGenie support and GamesharkAdvance and CodeBreakerAdvance support
    - GBA debugger in the SDL version Linux, Windows and BeOS (SDL version)
    - import Gameshark Game Saves, codes, etc…
    - import battery files from other emulators
    - export battery files to other emulators
    - sound recording

  • Platforms Supported

    WindowsMacLinux
  • Website

VisualBoyAdvance

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