Delta Game Emulator Is Now Available On The App Store

Delta Game Emulator for iPhone
Delta Game Emulator for iPhone

Delta Game Emulator by developer Riley Testut has been launched in the App Store and is now available for download. The release comes weeks after Apple officially allowed retro game emulators in the App Store following an App Store guidelines change.

Delta Game Emulator has been around for a while now, however, previously users had to rely on sideloading methods to install it on their devices. Now they can download it directly from the App Store. It is the successor to the GBA4iOS emulator by the same developer.

This is an all-in-one emulator that supports a wide range of game systems. This includes Nintendo Entertainment System, Nintendo 64, Super Nintendo Entertainment System, Game Boy (Color), Game Boy Advance, Nintendo DS, and more.

User can load up their desired ROMs sourced from the internet and play their favorite retro game on this emulator. It also supports physical game controllers, so you can play your favorite games by connecting your Xbox controller to iPhone, PlayStation Controller, MFi Game Controllers, Nintendo Switch Pro Controller, and more.

With Delta Game Controller you also get support for cheats, save states feature, Delta Sync feature that syncs your game data between your iOS devices, and more.

You can download Delta – Game Emulator from the App Store for free.


The launch of retro game emulators has been nothing short of dramatic. First iGBA emulator was released on the App Store but was pulled shortly afterwards after it was revealed that it was a clone of Riley Testut’s GBA4iOS emulator. Then yesterday Bimmy – NES Emulator was released, and was later pulled from the App Store by its on developer ““just out of fear”.

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