Gamma Emulator Released on iOS: Relive PS1 Games Nostalgia

Gamma Emulator Released on iOS: Relive PS1 Games Nostalgia

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Users can save their progress in the game Final Fantasy VII when battling enemies. When making mistakes, users can load the saved progress and then reset their attack strategy.

This progress can later be backed up through various cloud-based services. This ensures that user data is not lost after deleting the game or the Gamma emulator.


It is worth noting that this PS1 emulator does not come with built-in games, so users must find the game files they want to play themselves.

The presence of several free emulators on the App Store is due to Apple's decision to allow such software to be released in its app store. However, it is worth noting that only retro or old-school game emulators are allowed.

Apple reportedly allowed this because regulators, especially in the European Union, urged Apple to make the App Store more open and transparent.


In addition to the Gamma Emulator, there is also the Delta Emulator, which was launched in April 2024.

This emulator can run games from the Nintendo Entertainment System (NES), Super Nintendo Entertainment System (SNES), Nintendo 64, Game Boy Color, Game Boy Advance, and Nintendo DS.

This means that users have a wide range of game choices, from Pokemon Platinum, Super Mario World, The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time, to Super Smash Bros.

The application was created by a developer named Riley Testut. According to Testut, the Gamma Emulator was based on the Delta Emulator codebase, as summarized by IGN on Thursday (May 16, 2024).

He allowed ZodTTD to use the Gamma Emulator codebase because Testut felt indebted to ZodTTD, considering that he was the reason Testut started making emulators.

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