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An official Game Boy Advance Emulator could be coming to Nintendo Switch

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There are currently rumors circulating that Nintendo Switch Online may add some Game Boy games soon.

This rumor started from Twitter users. @trashbandatcoot (for nintendo life), claiming that “the official Nintendo Game Boy Advance emulator for Nintendo Switch has just leaked”. According to the user, the list of files shared online includes a GBA emulator developed by Nintendo, now codenamed “Sloop”, and a Game Boy emulator called “Hiyoko”.

So Nintendo’s official Game Boy Advance emulator for Nintendo Switch has just leaked. Now all that remains is to wait for the NSO to add the GBA. pic.twitter.com/mJcrRtzLApril 18, 2022

The two emulators appear to have been previously developed by Nintendo from the Nintendo European Research & Development (NERD) team in Europe, who previously worked on Super Mario All-Stars. Not only has it been revealed that such emulators may exist, but it appears that a list of potential titles has been uncovered for the rumored service.

According to another Twitter user @Mondo_Mega — Quoted from the original tweet above — Several GBA games have been tested against the rumored service, including Fire Emblem Sacred Stones, Kingdom Hearts: Chain of Memories, Kirby and Amazing Mirror, Mario Kart: Super Circuit, and Pokemon Pinball. And many more. The Game Boy Color is @Mondo_Mega also share They’ve only found a few titles so far, including Super Mario Land, Link’s Awakening DX, Tetris, and Qix.

However, as pointed out in the tweet, it’s important to note that “keywords that have been tested” are here. That said, not every single game tested during the assumed development of the emulator will certainly end up in service, we just have to. All our favorite crossed fingers cut off.

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An official Game Boy Advance Emulator could be coming to Nintendo Switch

There’s currently a rumor circulating that Nintendo Switch Online could be getting some Game Boy games added to it soon.
This rumor began with Twitter user @trashbandatcoot (via Nintendo Life) who claimed that “Nintendo’s official Game Boy Advance emulator for the Nintendo Switch just leaked.” According to this user, a list of files shared online included a GBA emulator – developed by Nintendo – that at the moment is codenamed “Sloop” as well as a Game Boy emulator called “Hiyoko.” 

So Nintendo’s official Game Boy Advance emulator for the Nintendo Switch just leaked. Now it’s just a matter of waiting for NSO to add GBA. pic.twitter.com/mEJcKrRtzLApril 18, 2022

It looks like the two emulators were developed by Nintendo of Europe’s NERD (Nintendo European Research & Development) team in Paris, which previously worked on Super Mario All-Stars. Not only has it been brought to light that these emulators could exist, but it also looks like a list of potential titles coming to the rumored service has also been found.
According to another Twitter user @Mondo_Mega – who quote retweeted the original tweet above – a number of GBA games for the rumored service have been tested including Fire Emblem the Sacred Stones, Kingdom Hearts: Chain of Memories, Kirby and the Amazing Mirror, Mario Kart: Super Circuit, Pokemon Pinball, and many more. As for the Game Boy Color though, @Mondo_Mega has also shared that they’ve only discovered a few titles so far including Super Mario Land, Link’s Awakening DX, Tetris, and Qix. 
It’s important to note though that, as pointed out in the tweet, “Tested is the key word” here, meaning not every single game tested during the supposed development of the emulators will definitely end up on the service, we’ll just have to keep our fingers crossed that all of our favorites make the cut.
Wondering what you might have missed out on back in the day? Take a look at our best GBA games list to find out. 

#official #Game #Boy #Advance #Emulator #coming #Nintendo #Switch

An official Game Boy Advance Emulator could be coming to Nintendo Switch

There’s currently a rumor circulating that Nintendo Switch Online could be getting some Game Boy games added to it soon.
This rumor began with Twitter user @trashbandatcoot (via Nintendo Life) who claimed that “Nintendo’s official Game Boy Advance emulator for the Nintendo Switch just leaked.” According to this user, a list of files shared online included a GBA emulator – developed by Nintendo – that at the moment is codenamed “Sloop” as well as a Game Boy emulator called “Hiyoko.” 

So Nintendo’s official Game Boy Advance emulator for the Nintendo Switch just leaked. Now it’s just a matter of waiting for NSO to add GBA. pic.twitter.com/mEJcKrRtzLApril 18, 2022

It looks like the two emulators were developed by Nintendo of Europe’s NERD (Nintendo European Research & Development) team in Paris, which previously worked on Super Mario All-Stars. Not only has it been brought to light that these emulators could exist, but it also looks like a list of potential titles coming to the rumored service has also been found.
According to another Twitter user @Mondo_Mega – who quote retweeted the original tweet above – a number of GBA games for the rumored service have been tested including Fire Emblem the Sacred Stones, Kingdom Hearts: Chain of Memories, Kirby and the Amazing Mirror, Mario Kart: Super Circuit, Pokemon Pinball, and many more. As for the Game Boy Color though, @Mondo_Mega has also shared that they’ve only discovered a few titles so far including Super Mario Land, Link’s Awakening DX, Tetris, and Qix. 
It’s important to note though that, as pointed out in the tweet, “Tested is the key word” here, meaning not every single game tested during the supposed development of the emulators will definitely end up on the service, we’ll just have to keep our fingers crossed that all of our favorites make the cut.
Wondering what you might have missed out on back in the day? Take a look at our best GBA games list to find out. 

#official #Game #Boy #Advance #Emulator #coming #Nintendo #Switch


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