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Another major game, Provenance, will be available on iOS and Apple TV after Apple approves the emulator.

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Another major game, Provenance, will be available on iOS and Apple TV after Apple approves the emulator.

Apple Allows Emulators of Classic Games on App Store

Apple has recently loosened its restrictions on game emulators, allowing emulators of “classic games” to be listed on the App Store. Following the release of Delta, another popular emulator is now available, offering players the chance to revisit even more classic games.

The newly announced emulator is capable of supporting PlayStation, GameCube, Wii, SEGA Genesis, Atari 2600, and other home game consoles. Developed in 2016, this emulator has already been available as a sideloaded version for jailbroken devices. It has been downloaded by iPhone and Apple TV users and is currently undergoing review by Apple to be officially listed on the App Store.

Since Apple’s policy update, the Delta emulator created by Riley Testut has already been added to the App Store, offering support for games from Game Boy Pocket, Game Boy Color, Game Boy Advance, Nintendo Entertainment System (NES), Super Nintendo Entertainment System (SNES), Nintendo 64, and Nintendo DS. By combining it with Provenance, users can access an even wider selection of games. However, it is important to note that while emulators themselves are not illegal, downloading pirated games may pose legal risks.

In related news, the emulator Yuzu recently faced legal action from Nintendo and was removed from the shelves, along with several other similar programs. Yuzu was required to compensate Nintendo with $2.4 million and is currently facing a lawsuit from Nintendo’s legal department. Yuzu has responded to accusations of piracy by hiring a lawyer to address the issue.

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Source: MacRumors

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