Great for Nvidia Shield Android TV owners Downloaded this to my Nvidia Shield Android TV and have been hooked ever since. Finding working ROMs is a breeze and controller response is fairly accurate. I havent tried playing any games from this emulator with any Android Smart Phones, but this is definitely one of the Apps that Nvidia Shield TV owners need to have in their games section! Been using for close to a year and have had only 2 or 3 games to freeze. Highly recommended for the Nvidia Shield Android TV!!!
There is a slight sputtering in the audio. Also, could you please consider adding fine speed controls in the emulator. For example, on the desktop SnesX9, there are speed controls (not frameskip or fast forward / turbo mode) that make (E) games run slightly faster at %120 speed that also speeds up the sound. For example, the (E) version of MegamanX's background music at %120 speed sound more catchy. That's how I play on desktop and how i would like to play on my phone. Of course, the FPS should not exceed 60. The (E) version of MegamanX starts at 30FPS and when i set to %120 it also sets the FPS to 60 and also speeding the ost. Hope i was clear in explaining.
Definitely the best SNES emulator by far. However, since the game doesn't allows you to manually customize your virtual buttons, you probably are going to stuck in few games. It would've been good if I can press multiple button at once, as some games requires that. If you're playing Chrono Trigger, guess what; you'll be stuck at the 1st visit to Proto Dome (yes, its the door that requires you to press L+R+A button).
Great App, But... This is so far one of the best emulators I've found. Never had any problems with it. However, I'm upset about the fact that Android devices can no longer use bluetooth and connect controllers. Controllers make it a lot easier to play the game. If that were brought back, this would be rated 5 stars without any hesitation.
This is the best SNES emulator. All you have to do is download SNES ROMS and it runs them just like the real thing. It is free so basically you are playing 200$ or more worth of value for free. Get this, it is awesome. Speaking of, get The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past as a good game to start with. It also comes bundled with a decent game called Bio Worm I think, not that great, but it's good.
The best snes emulator on the play store as far as I'm concerned. Just one gripe... My phone has a Dolby equalizer pre-installed, it increases the loudness and clarity of all sound and music significantly. When I start a game on your emulator, it uses whatever default audio you have baked in, or maybe it's the snes's default sound level, either way... It's super quiet, and I want to use Dolby, is there a way around this? Thanks.
The gold version of the emulator PSP, with extra features and a high definition