This is an amazing emulator that turned my mid range phone into a device that could play anything from 15 years ago however there are 2 problems. First I don't know how to delete cores that I don't want and Second is that with the default control scheme, there is a button that is relatively easy to press that hides all of my controls. Both of these issues could be caused by my lack of knowledge on using emulators so I decided not to give this a negative review.
Honestly a very good emulator. Ignore the people complaining about things such as cores or overlays, all the cores work fine and the overlays are pretty good. The problem is simply fanangling the overlays enough to get them exactly how you want them. Regardless of whether or not you change any of the overlays, they all work perfectly. However, it may take a grand total of 5 minutes to set up your cores in the beginning. Once setup is complete, however, Retroarch runs perfectly. Can't recommend this enough.
Works great most of the time. Thou pico drive seems to have stopped working. Can't get it to load the core. Attempted updating and reinstalling retroarch. Any suggestions to fix my issue. It's the only way I can play 32x on the go
It used to work for me then I updated it now it no longer does it worked when it had the old UI but now it just freezes when I load the a game. Edit:update changed my setting just remapped the bios directory now its working again
Brilliant yet rather complex to set up. After a short read of some help articles I got my head round it (I think). Works flawlessly once set up, highly recommend
Had it up and running within 2 minutes (snes with super ghouls). Didnt need any tutorial, was self explainatory imo. Great job devs!