Pizza Boy A Basic

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About this game

Looking for an advanced 32bit handheld emulator for Android? Smooth, light, fast and battery friendly. Enjoy your favorite retro games and never have problems with enjoying your roms!

Do you have bunch of roms on your SD card and are you a fan of retro gaming? Then you need a reliable and precise advanced 32bit handheld emulator for Android that will load your roms fast, precisely and with ease. Search no more, you’ve found the most precise, consistent & easy to use ads free emulator.

Pizza Boy A emulator will guarantee 60 fps even on old hardware. There are some great additional features too, like the ability for fast forward or slow motion, or the ability to save and restore states.

✅ Advanced 32bit handheld emulator with NO advertising!
✅ Totally written in C and Assembly for incredible performance and low battery consumption
✅ Take advantage of OpenGL and OpenSL native libraries for video and audio performance to the top
✅ 60 FPS granted even on old hardware
✅ Save and restore states
✅ Slow motion/Fast forward
✅ Buttons size and position total customization
✅ Hardware joypads support
✅ Shaders
✅ Capture screenshots in Jpg
✅ Retroachievements support
Warning! Games (also known as ROMs) are not included!
Warning 2! This emulator can run only Advanced 32bit handheld roms and NOT 8bit handheld roms
Bugs? Features request? Email me at:
Updated on
May 13, 2024

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Ratings and reviews

19.7K reviews
Michael O'Dell-Henninger
April 24, 2024
Playing on pixel 6 and it's by far the best GBA emulator I've used. Sadly currently has an audio distortion bug that makes it hard for me to want to use it. The bug is making the audio sound very glitchy and out of tone. Games are running full speed so I'm pretty sure it's not a performance issue.
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Pizza Emulators
April 24, 2024
What kind of bug? Can you elaborate?
April 26, 2024
Pizzaboy is great, its got some neat features like gyro support and color correction for the first era of GBA games that were designed for a screen thats not backlit. But it has what I would consider a major flaw in the audio department. When it comes to input latency its alright but audio latency is definitely bad and there are no options to change that.
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Atasco Osage
January 28, 2024
It's possible to accidentally remove the options menu, and fixing it requires clearing the app data, which will delete your saved game. That's right— for some inexplicable reason it stores saved games in its internal app data instead of just in a file you can export. Apparently putting saves into a .sav file (standard for all emulators) is a "beta feature" buried in the options menu and has to be manually enabled. Unbelievable. Also, all audio has about 2 seconds of delay. Runs fine otherwise.
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What's new

- New name
- New look for buttons
- Gyro support
- Light sensor support
- Local multiplayer :)
- New icon
- Improved audio latency