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What is No$GBA?

The No$GBA—read “No Cash GBA”—Emulator is an application that purports to give computer users the ability to play Nintendo DS and Gameboy Advance games on their PCs. The program was originally written as a solution for those seeking Gameboy Advance emulation, hence the name. However, its function set was later expanded to cover Nintendo DS ROMs as well.

The No$GBA is well known for its strong commercial DS ROM compatibilities, as well as its generally fault-free graphics emulation for both DS and Gameboy Advance games. When extended with the No$Zoomer, the program is also capable of delivering emulation in tandem with full-screen graphics, allowing users lush visuals that even the original console cannot give them. The program allows users to select their preferred emulation speed. And perhaps most importantly of all for some users, this is the only truly stable emulator for the DS that allows users to play multiplayer while using the same computer (as opposed to two different computers using some sort of link or connection, for instance).

The No$GBA emulator requires users to be using either Windows or DOS operating systems.

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File types supported by No$GBA

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Last updated: : March 14, 2022