Nintendo late in browser working GBA emulator offline pick

Jul

13

2015

Nintendo has retrieve a Gameboy Advance emulator offline. On the Javascript-based emulator worked from the browser and dozens of games were standard in the software. The emulator was on Github.

Nintendo wanted to have the emulator offline because of the games that were in it, according to the letter, which is Github itself published . That made the emulator copyright infringement of Nintendo. The letter says among other things that it involves several games from the Advance Wars, Kirby, Mario, Zelda, Metroid and Pokémon franchises. Many of these games are also available via Nintendo’s own Virtual Console for the Wii and Wii U.

The emulator was found on jsemu.github.io/gba and has since been taken offline. The user find his or her removed GitHub account. Last year, Nintendo made ​​the same move to get a Nintendo Gameboy emulator for iOS from the Internet.

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