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About this game

Lemuroid is an open-source emulator based on Libretro. It's designed to work on a wide range of devices, from phones to TVs, and to provide the best user experience on Android. It's completely free and without ads.

Supported Systems:

- Atari 2600 (A26)
- Atari 7800 (A78)
- Atari Lynx (Lynx)
- Nintendo (NES)
- Super Nintendo (SNES)
- Game Boy (GB)
- Game Boy Color (GBC)
- Game Boy Advance (GBA)
- Sega Genesis (aka Megadrive)
- Sega CD (aka Mega CD)
- Sega Master System (SMS)
- Sega Game Gear (GG)
- Nintendo 64 (N64)
- PlayStation (PSX)
- PlayStation Portable (PSP)
- FinalBurn Neo (Arcade)
- Nintendo DS (NDS)
- NEC PC Engine (PCE)
- Neo Geo Pocket (NGP)
- Neo Geo Pocket Color (NGC)
- WonderSwan (WS)
- WonderSwan Color (WSC)
- Nintendo 3DS (3DS)


- Automatically save and restore game states
- ROMs scanning and indexing
- Optimized touch controls
- Quick save/load with slots
- Support for zipped ROMs
- Display simulation (LCD/CRT)
- Fast-forward support
- Gamepad support
- Tilt to stick support
- Touch control customization (size and position)
- Cloud save sync
- No ads
- Local multiplayer (connect multiple gamepads to the same device)

Keep in mind not every device can emulate every console. A very powerful one is required for more recent systems such as PSP and DS and 3DS.

This application does not contain any games. You need to provide your own legally owned ROM files.
Updated on
Mar 24, 2023

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Ratings and reviews

15.1K reviews
Dakota Pritt
April 7, 2024
Works well if you like only using touch screen. I'm playing with a BLU phone and can't properly set up a bluetooth controller. At first I thought it was my phone. But I tried other emulators and they set up the controllers just fine. So much potential lost.... This is my favorite emulator for RPGs though since touch screen is satisfactory for those kinds of games.
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AdriMoon 27
March 23, 2024
Was using retroarch before but switched because I liked the look of this app better (not as much clutter and extra features that I personally wouldn't need/use). I'm very thankful for the state save feature, because saving in-game has always been iffy with both apps. Although, I wish the edit control placement did more, and I also wish I could upload covers/change the colours of my games on the home screen.
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April 10, 2024
It's a really solid emulator, one of the best mobile emulators for NDS that I've ever used. It just has one issue. You can't use the D-Pad at the same time as the letter buttons, which can be important in some games. I first noticed it in Pokémon Black, which, to be fair, it only causes a minor inconvenience by taking away your ability to run. However, it does get kind of annoying, and this bug is just kind of random. Hopefully, this can be fixed soon. Other than that, it's great!
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What's new

Introduced a new HD mode
Updated cores
Updated databases