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Lemuroid (MOD) 1.12.1

Filippo Scognamiglio
Lemuroid is an open-source emulator based on Libretro. It's designed to work on a wide range of devices, from phones to TVs, and to provide the best user experience on Android. It's completely free an...
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Overview Information

App Name Lemuroid
Update
Get it On com.swordfish.lemuroid
Publisher Filippo Scognamiglio
Category Uncategorized
Version 1.12.1
File Size 127M
Requires Android 6.0 and up
MOD Features No

Lemuroid is an open-source emulator based on Libretro. It’s designed to work on a wide range of devices, from phones to TVs, and to provide the best user experience on Android. It’s completely free and without ads.

Supported Systems:

– Atari 2600 (A26)
– Atari 7800 (A78)
– Atari Lynx
– Nintendo (NES)
– Super Nintendo (SNES)
– Game Boy (GB)
– Game Boy Color (GBC)
– Game Boy Advance (GBA)
– Sega Genesis (aka Megadrive)
– Sega Master System (SMS)
– Sega Game Gear (GG)
– Nintendo 64 (N64)
– PlayStation (PSX)
– PlayStation Portable (PSP)
– Nintendo DS (NDS)
– NEC PC Engine (PCE)
– Arcade (MAME2003, FBNeo)

Features:

– Automatically save and restore game states
– ROMs scanning and indexing
– Optimized touch controls
– Quick save/load with slots
– Support for zipped ROMs
– Display simulation (LCD/CRT)
– Fast-forward support
– Gamepad support
– Tilt to stick support
– Touch control customization (size and position)
– Cloud save sync
– No ads
– Local multiplayer (connect multiple gamepads to the same device)

Keep in mind not every device can emulate every console. A very powerful one is required for more recent systems such as PSP and DS.

What's Latest New Lemuroid

Added support for WonderSwan / Color Added support for low-latency audio Improved touch controls detection of multiple button presses Improved touch controls haptics Avoid copying PSX games into cache directory Updated all cores and databases Updated translations Minor fixes and improvements

This application does not contain any games. You need to provide your own legally owned ROM files.

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