NO$GBA

Ranked #133 on the list Best Computer Emulator of All Time

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About NO$GBA

  • Emulated Computer: Game Boy Advance
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NO$GBA (pronounced "no cash GBA") is a free Nintendo DS and Game Boy Advance emulator for Microsoft Windows & DOS. It is capable of running commercial and homebrew Game Boy Advance and Nintendo DS ROMs, many at full speed. It is the first Nintendo DS emulator running commercial ROMs. However, this claim has been disputed by many in the emulation community. NO$GBA was developed by Martin Korth. Emulator developer, Martin Korth, first created a Game Boy emulator called NO$GMB for DOS in 1997. When the Game Boy Color was released in 1999, the emulator was upgraded to support Game Boy Color ROMs. The emulator was made shareware as for the upgrade, users were charged $10. The Game Boy Color emulation was copied by many other software crackers and released as freeware. Consequently, the emulator became freeware at the last stable release, 2.5. In 2001, Nintendo released the Game Boy Advance. Martin Korth then released No$GBA, for both Windows and DOS operating systems, to emulate commercial Game Boy Advance ROMs. The emulator features Game Boy Advance multiplayer support as it is able to emulate the Game Boy Advance link cable. Nintendo released the Nintendo DS in November 2004 and

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