PocketGnuboy is a Gameboy Color emulator for Pocket PC.
- A GBC emulator
- PocketPC / PocketPC2002 / WM2003 support (without Japanese versions)
- Faster than other gnuboyces
- Virtaul pad
You can download the source code for this program from the author homepage.
** [Mar 30, 2010] by James using htc xv6900
This looks like a very good product but I have an issue, the controller doesnt show up on my phone (I have no clue why) I play other emulators on my phone like a nes but this doesnt seem to work on my phone.
***** [Jul 29, 2008] by Dan H using HP iPAQ
Very good, a lot of fun to use.
***** [Nov 13, 2007] by n2n2 using 8525
Excellent! Im using the 8525.
***** [Jun 22, 2007] by kuba_10 using AnexTek SP230
Great speed, virtual pad (important for hardware coming with hardly any buttons), good sound and many options.
***** [Mar 26, 2007] by chankoktze using e-ten m500 ppc2003se wwe
***** [Jun 26, 2006] by Curtis Smith using HTC 8125
Works well on the 8125 no hang ups at all. Even when a call comes through.
**** [Feb 3, 2006] by Samer using Toshiba PPC e310
I have the same problem with the sound!
*** [Sep 19, 2005] by Sunrise using XDAII
How the hell do ya flip the screen so the controller can be on the left???
***** [Jan 3, 2005] by Pancho using iPaq 6340
Excellent, it runs very smootly and with sound!!!
***** [Oct 18, 2004] by Anton using Qtek 1010 (o2 XDA)
They hardly come better. While a little slow on my Qtek (it's a slow PDA) it has everything you have always wanted in a Gamboy emulator. and FREE!!!! Sound is very accurate, Graphics are very good. Little bit of skipping in some games but a 10/10. Nothing missed. Get it now and enjoy your trips on the train.
**** [Jun 25, 2004] by Nicholas NG using Toshiba e740
Good emulator, but found 2 issues: 1. Hang after playing for too long (could be my PPC problem tho...) 2. Saves are not updated if system hang, although have save right before it hang... I resolved to doing a reset everytime I saved and then reload the save file.
***** [Apr 26, 2004] by A.C. Marcel using Dell Axim X5 Advanced
Now this is what a pocket gameboy should be people. Excellent sound, delicious speed, and enough compatibility to out do the rest I've seen so far. You can finally have it in big screen with anti-aliasing and yes with music ON! SWEET! Now I had problems with the speed originally but I turned on every component in preferences (except when you go in big screen turn of "Draw with GAPI.") Set the Audio Buffer to "16." Audio to enable, 22 khz (you can have it at 44), stereo, and 16 bits. Frameskip should be at Auto (I chose this because I got the most fluid frames (55+) possible, don't try the others because some games will recquire 0-3 frameskips which means choppy framerate. And you might want to get "HackMaster." It is technically free (If you don't mind the annoying "Please register" everytime you use it) and can put X-scale device to 498 mghz but I would advise buying it because it can make your handheld and go as fast as 597 mghz. And yes it affects this emulator dramatically. Thumbs up for great gameplay speed with music. This emulator has everything a gbc owner would love, my only complaint is that I wish you could change skins or have skins for this thing. But otherwise I give this emulator the best possible rating like a good hotel - a 5 star!
*** [Mar 15, 2004] by flanyl using Toshiba PPC e355
Great video emulation, very smooth motion, as long as the sound is disabled. With the sound turned on it moves like an arthritic old man with a bad hip. I tried several combinations of video and audio settings, but all were the same. Sound on = bad emulation; Sound off = good emulation, but an element of the fun is gone. I also tried sending a bug report to the e-mail address given on this page, my message was sent back saying the host doesn't exist. (insert confused look)
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