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NES Emulation For The iPhone

Posted on Tuesday, August 7 @ 20:07:29 Eastern by Duke_Ferris
Did you stand in line and drop $600 for an iPhone and now you don't know what to do with it? Well soon you should be able to play Super Mario.

Some diligent coders are already hard at work modifying the infoNES emulator to run on the iPhone. It's up and running... sort of. Theres no sound and it runs a bit slow, but considering how little time they've had to work with it, another few weeks should see a perfected product.

Apple, this is your chance to learn from Sony's mistakes with the PSP. Work with the homebrew community, not against them. Let people do the things they want to do with your iPhone, and people will buy more of them. Do not lock out possibilities, and you will be amazed at what people will produce for you... for free.

Speaking of which, that's the best argument yet. Because if you crush the creative spirit of your clients, they can always just blow the dust off their old NES and play for free without buying your expensive new toy.

That said, I still want an iPhone.

(via: olgn.net)


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