-Noob Alert- Do the emulators by zottd work on 2.0?

Discussion in 'iOS Emulators' started by alexzander0, Aug 3, 2008.

  1. alexzander0

    alexzander0 New Member

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    See thread title.
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    GrooveMachine Active Member

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    At this point, Temper4iPhone is the only one that's out, but that's only for beta testers. NerveGas' NES app is amazing though, and was the first app with a GUI on 2.0.

    I know that gpSphone and gameboy4iphone are ZodTTD's next two projects.
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    The Baydestrian Well-Known Member

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    they haven't ported them yet
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    Hiratai Banned

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    None work as of yet, but he's been accepted into the Developer's Program and he might be whipping up something better and more magnificent for us all. I guess it's safe to say that the emulators will come out eventually.
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    Keep in mind that emulators won't be available in the AppStore because there's no legal way to distribute ROMs, and apps aren't allowed to execute third-party code (that isn't part of the app).
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    But couldn't he put EMU's in the appstore under the pretense of say, playing homebrew ROMs?
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    Yes but the App Store cannot hold actual... ROMs that are needed to pay for. But in a sense, if someone made a home brew of tetris. They would be able to release it.
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    Couldn't the appstore distribute homebrew ROMs though?
    If people wanted ROMs of actual games, they would obtain them themselves.
    Lord knows, there's only a billion or so ROM sites. =)
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    Hiratai Banned

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    Tetris is a freelance game, along with Pacman, Pong, and basically EVERY Atari game.

    That's the reason why you don't see a Mario made game.
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    alexzander0 New Member

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    Exactly!
    So I don't understand why emulators are bad.
    They're like bit ******* programs.
    They're not designed for illegal use,
    But that's usually what they get used for.

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