Gamma Emulator Released on iOS: Relive PS1 Games Nostalgia

Gamma Emulator Released on iOS: Relive PS1 Games Nostalgia

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Apple has allowed emulator applications to be present in its app store. Now, an emulator for playing PlayStation 1 games has been officially released for iOS.

The application is called Gamma - Game Emulator, which is launched for free on the Apple App Store.


An emulator itself is a program that enables devices to run games from a console. With the Gamma emulator, iPhone (iOS) users can play PlayStation 1 (PS1) games, such as Final Fantasy VII (1997), Silent Hill, and Crash Bandicoot.

The Gamma Emulator was developed by a developer named ZodTTD.

ZodTTD has previously developed several other console emulators for the iPhone, such as the TurboGrafx-16 emulator and the Nintendo 64 console emulator in 2008 and 2009.



When downloading and opening Gamma, users are greeted with a display divided into two. The upper screen is used to display gameplay from the game, while the lower screen displays a virtual controller.

This virtual controller includes various buttons such as the directional pad (D-pad) buttons, number buttons 1 through 4, Menu, Start, Select, and others. There is also a black and red "Gamma" logo.

The layout of this controller can be set to vertical or horizontal. Users can also design their own controller skin.

If they don't want to use the virtual control tool, users can connect a PC controller via Bluetooth and an MFI controller. Other options include Bluetooth keyboards and wired keyboards.

Like other emulators, Gamma comes with a quick save feature, allowing users to save their game progress as they please.

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