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2600.emu

2600.emu


Advanced open-source Atari 2600 VCS emulator based on Stella 3.9, designed and tested on the original Droid/Milestone, Xoom, Galaxy S2, Nexus 4, Nexus 7, NVidia Shield, and Xperia Play, but works on virtually any device with similar or better specs.

Features include:
* Save states
* Supports ROMs in .a26 and .bin formats, optionally in ZIP files
* Joystick and Paddle controller emulation
* Configurable on-screen multi-touch controls
* Bluetooth/USB gamepad & keyboard support compatible with any input device recognized by the OS (MOGA Pro, etc.), Wii controllers also supported if running Android 4.1 or lower, all devices support custom key profiles
* Works in any orientation

No ROMs are included with this app and must be supplied by the user. A number of public domain games/demos are available at www.pdroms.de. Transfer games anywhere to your internal storage/SD card and browse to them from within the app (default SD card directory is /mnt/sdcard).

Follow me on Twitter for updates about my apps:
https://twitter.com/rakashazi

Visit the homepage at explusalpha.com for more info & apps, ports for other platforms, and GPL source code. Please report any crashes or device-specific problems via email (include your device name and OS version) so future updates continue to run on as many devices as possible.

Recent changes:
* Improved hq2x shader quality and speed
* Added Scale2x shader
* Fall back to default save path in internal storage if device has a read-only SD card
* Fixed crashes when handling Bluetooth errors
* Option to enable native external display support (shows game on external display and controls/menu on device screen)
* Misc UI tweaks and option reorganization
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$2.99
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4.5
User ratings
271
Installs
5,000+
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File size
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About 2600.emu
Advanced open-source Atari 2600 VCS emulator based on Stella 3.9, designed and tested on the original Droid/Milestone, Xoom, Galaxy S2, Nexus 4, Nexus 7, NVidia Shield, and Xperia Play, but works on virtually any device with similar or better specs.

Features include:
* Save states
* Supports ROMs in .a26 and .bin formats, optionally in ZIP files
* Joystick and Paddle controller emulation
* Configurable on-screen multi-touch controls
* Bluetooth/USB gamepad & keyboard support compatible with any input device recognized by the OS (MOGA Pro, etc.), Wii controllers also supported if running Android 4.1 or lower, all devices support custom key profiles
* Works in any orientation

No ROMs are included with this app and must be supplied by the user. A number of public domain games/demos are available at www.pdroms.de. Transfer games anywhere to your internal storage/SD card and browse to them from within the app (default SD card directory is /mnt/sdcard).

Follow me on Twitter for updates about my apps:
https://twitter.com/rakashazi

Visit the homepage at explusalpha.com for more info & apps, ports for other platforms, and GPL source code. Please report any crashes or device-specific problems via email (include your device name and OS version) so future updates continue to run on as many devices as possible.

Recent changes:
* Improved hq2x shader quality and speed
* Added Scale2x shader
* Fall back to default save path in internal storage if device has a read-only SD card
* Fixed crashes when handling Bluetooth errors
* Option to enable native external display support (shows game on external display and controls/menu on device screen)
* Misc UI tweaks and option reorganization

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A Google User
Oct 20, 2014
Amazing Just like i remembered,good old early 80s gaming
A Google User
Sep 24, 2014
The best Emulators by far Robert Broglia's emulators are some of the best for Amdroid. I recommend them highly, you won't regret them, trust me!
A Google User
Sep 24, 2014
Love it. Moga contoller? Great emulator, but would love Moga controller support.
A Google User
Sep 2, 2014
Do you support paddle controllers? Do you support paddle controllers directly instead of via d-pad? Stella android emulated paddles via touchscreen, but KitKat broke it.
A Google User
Jun 22, 2014
Where's Robert Is it me or does this guy go missing for months at a time..too bad cause he makes amazing emulators