We all know that many of you here like playing childhood games such as Pokemon or Super Mario Kart games on your iPhone/ iPad. If you search on internet, it will show you some popular results such as GBA4iOS, nds4iOS, and a few other emulators. But there were some issues occurring with these emulators as they stopped working because Apple revoked their certificates while the emulators retired due to its developer no longer eager with the app. However, the GBA4iOS is a different case.
Riley Testut, the creator of GBA4iOS, has still been continuing his project. He did something much better with iOS 10 version when rolling out a new variant of GBA4iOS, called Delta emulator. Unlike GBA4iOS, Delta is able to deliver multiple emulators inside a single app, which means you can play the classic games from Game Boy Color, Game Boy Advance, Super Nintendo, or Nintendo DS. If you feel interested with this app, here’s the quick guide to install it on your non-jailbreak iOS devices.
Steps to Install Delta Emulator on your iOS device
- First, download the Delta emulator .IPA file from here
- Then, install the latest version of Cydia Impactor on your computer
- Now connect your iOS device and launch the utility
- After that, you drag and drop the .IPA file to Cydia Impactor.
- You will now be prompted to enter your Apple ID and password.
You will now see Delta already installed on your iOS device. When tapping on it, it will crash but you should not panic. You just go to Settings > General > Device Management > and then select Trust.
Now, go back to the home screen, and you should be able to open Delta on your iPhone. Just like other emulators, there will not have any pre-built ROMs in it, but you could download them from Safari and select the “Open with…” option.
Finally, you should remember that Delta emulator requires iOS 10 and above. If it doesn’t work on your iOS device, maybe your device is running on a lower firmware.