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Kind of like the modern equivalent of hiding a comic book inside the textbook you’re supposed to be studying, someone has hack-loaded a Sega Genesis emulator onto the Nook Simple Touch ereader. So instead of reading at the back of the classroom, you can spend your time chasing rings.
The Blackberry Playbook has some excellent hardware, but to date it’s been hampered by a lack of really good apps. The same could be said for Sony’s PlayStation phone initiatives; so far it’s been a lot of promise with little delivery. A PlayStation emulator for Playbook might just bridge the gap between the two.
The long-awaited Android app player for BlackBerry has been demonstrated by a developer, giving PlayBook owners a future reason to stay loyal. It’s Android, in a little window, courtesy of RIM’s BBX 2.0 OS.
Popular Android emulator developer “yongzh” has had all of his apps yanked from Android Market without warning, he told users today, signaling that Google’s recent bans (started last month at the behest of Sega) are all but over.
Oh, hello there, PlayStation Phone! Here’s the clearest video yet of Sony’s mobile gaming messiah living out its main purpose: playing Resident Evil 2 and Rage Racer.
The telltale lowercase letter. The word Amiga. Yes, it’s a fully working Commodore Amiga emulator for iPhone and it’ll be launching soon – pending deals with the original software publishers to ensure it’s all 100 per cent legal and legit.
If you’ve not heard of the ZX Spectrum, you’re either American or were born on the wrong side of 1990. Or both! Never mind, though, because you can experience what Brits grew up playing in the ’80s on this $1.19 app.