Considered by many to be the most accurate Game Boy Advance emulator, mGBA will soon be making its way to the Nintendo Switch. The official Twitter account for the emulator teased their homebrew running through preexisting versions on the Nintendo 3DS and PlayStation Vita, alongside a Nintendo Switch, with the tagline of "mGBA does what Nintendon't." The developer is new to Switch homebrew, but is working on creating a standalone version. No release date window was given, nor any specifics, but it'll be the third major GBA emulator on the Switch, joining VBA-next and gdkGBA, as well as methods available through RetroArch.
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