This iPhone Emulator Lets You Play N64, GBA And PS1 Games Without Jailbreak

Ali Salman
Posted 8 months ago

The iPhone is one of the best smartphones to play games on. Even though the App Store features various satisfying gaming categories, there are some well-know titles that have not yet been shifted to the platform. For those of you with a jailbroken iPhone, emulating handheld and console games would not be a problem. In fact, emulating games on the iPhone might be the reason you jailbreak your iPhone on the first hand. However, if you’re interested in playing console games on your iPhone, NewGamepad might just be the thing you want.


This iPhone Emulator Lets You Play Console And Handheld Titles

The NewGamepad’s launch might open new dimensions for games. Moreover, the iPhone emulator is unlike most other emulators on the market. If you’re wondering how, then it’s simple. The NewGamepad is free. Furthermore, the best part about this is that it does not require you to have a jailbroken iPhone. To further praise the this iPhone emulator, it is one of the initial ones to run PS1 and N64 games without a jailbreak.The installation of the app is fairly simple.

Step 1

First, you have to do is head over to the iEmulators website from the browser on your iPhone.

Step 2

Then tap on the controller graphic at the bottom of the page. A pop-up will be prompted, tap Install.


Step 3

Once this is done, you will have to trust the app in order to use it. To do that navigate to Settings >> General >> Device Management and then Trust the app.

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If you’re having any trouble with the installation process, be sure to watch the embedded video. Do take note that this is an uncertified software so there might some risks associated with it.

If you have successfully installed the iPhone emulator, you will be amazed to see a wide range of console and handheld game titles. To be precise, there are more than 7,000 games constituting for the PlayStation, Nintendo DS, Nintendo 64, NES, Gamboy Advance, Gameboy Color, MAME, PSP and many other platforms. One drawback associated with this NewGamepad is that its primary language is Chinese. Nonetheless, you can search for game titles in English, which might not be that big of a problem. To download the English version of the game, just confirm that the box art is in English.

NewGamepad supports all iPhones starting from iPhone 5s and above. This is it for now, folks. Do you play handheld and console games? Will you be installing the emulator on your iPhone? Let us know in the comments.


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