The screen sizes and display resolutions of the later iOS devices makes playing games a real treat but, far from the modern games with all the graphics, some users prefer to play the old retro games, the blocky games we used to play on our games consoles in years gone by. The only way that could be done is to jailbreak and to download games emulators and one of the most popular used to be GBA4iOS. Unfortunately, this has died a death but the developer hasn’t left things alone. And with the lack of a jailbreak for iOS 10, he needed to come up with a non-jailbreak alternative that supported the later firmware version.
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The replacement for GBA4iOS is called Delta Emulator. In contrast to GBA4iOS, Delta can play games from Super Nintendo and Nintendo 64 as well as GBA and, according to the developer, more console support will be added at a later date. If your favorite games are covered by these consoles though, we’re going to show you how to download Delta Emulator [ext link] on iOS 10.
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How to Download Delta Emulator on iOS 10 :
- Launch Safari browser and go to deltaemulator.org
- Wait until the web page has fully loaded up and then tap the UP arrow, which you will find top or bottom of the screen
- Some Save options will load, tap on Add to Home Screen
- Rename the app icon to Delta. Tap Add and close Safari
- The Delta Emulator app icon is now on your home screen
Video: Watch to see how to install Delta Emulator on iOS 10
If you love to play games from the Nintendo or GBA console, Delta Emulator will suit you down to the ground. But, should you try it and find it doesn’t work how you expected or you just don’t like it, deleting Delta is dead simple, just click on the given link and you will be taken to the instructions on how to do so.
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