26OO is great emulator on android platform for atari(2600).
26OO provides very high compatibility (>99%), fast speed, and accurate sound.
26OO is a modified version of 2600.emu with ads added. Game play is smooth and it includes all the feature you could want.
g2600 is a cloned or modified version of 2600.emu with ads added. The emulator itself is excellent with a ton of features including support for many bluetooth controllers, and support for save and load states.
As always, if the ads bother you, use a good ad blocker.
MinMinGuard is an Ad-remover made with Xposed Framework for Android. MinMinGuard can completely remove both the ads inside apps and the empty space caused by those ads.
MinMinGaurd is my prefered ad blocker. I find the ability to block a single app useful when testing emulators. It allows me to turn it on to see how well an emulator plays without ads and allows me to turn it off to see how intrusive the ads are.
That being said, this is not a straightforward installation. You must install the Xposed Framework before you can add the MInMinGaurd module.The download and full installation instructions can be found at xda-developers.
There is also a post at xda-developers on how to install Xposed Framework without root access.
Adguard for Android is a remarkable web filter that protects you from annoying advertising, malicious and phishing websites, online tracking and much more. Adguard handles all types of internet ads, speeds up page load, saves bandwidth and increases your device protection against possible threats.
The bad news: I lost my job.
The good news: I have time to work on the Emulation Realm.
I've spent the last week or so upgrading the server and removing bad links on the site.
I am now in the process of updating all files to the most recent versions.
This site has nearly 4000 pages so this will take a bit :)
The Emulation Realm is a rather extensive archive of emulators and emulator related software available for most popular operating systems.
This site has been designed to be hassle free with only one ad banner and no login required. Downloads are freely available and hosted locally, no file sharing site links here.
The latest rendition of The Emulation Realm has a more simplistic layout that should contribute to quicker loading as well as better rendering on smaller devices -- cell phones.
The majority of changes were done on the backend. I rebuilt the server from scratch and implemented some additional security and few tweaks. The bottom line is the site "should be" quicker and more responsive.
- Enable new sound emulation engine implemented by d357
- Fixed sprite evaluation. PPU timing is normal again.
- Fixed input device selection, now it detects unplugged joystick/mouse and switches back to keyboard (player 1) or none (player 2).
- Fixed "set default palette" in the GUI, no more blackouts.
- Cleanups, removed unused debug code.