10 Best Emulators for Android-Must Have

Best Emulators for Android

These are the best emulators for Android you should download. If you’ve been gaming for quite some time now and have experienced games on the first PlayStation, Play Station 2, Gameboy, Gameboy Advance, PSP and other iconic gaming platforms. There are apps that let you play all those apps again on Android.  They are called PSP Emulators for Android.

What is PSP Emulators

PSP Emulators are apps that enable you to enjoy Play Station Portable Games on Your mobile device. PSP Games come with amazing graphics, cool control and gameplay, hence many of us will to play these games on our Android devices.

Without further ado, these are the best PSP emulators for Android.

Best PSP Emulators For Android

1. ePSXe

ePSXe is our favourite emulator for Android, although it focuses more on PlayStation, its simplicity is next to none. You can play games like Crash Team Racing, Crash Bandicoot, Tekken 3, Solid Metal Gear and other iconic PlayStation games. It’s easy to operate as well, thanks to the virtual keyboard customization and hardware controller support. You can save and load game progress as well, all this for just $3.75 one-time payment.

2. ClassicBoy

This is more of an all-rounder in terms of games, it has lots of games supporting multiple consoles like PlayStation, N64, Game Boy Advance, Game Boy Classic and Color, and a few others. All the games work pretty well and you can save and load progress as well. If you want more features you can grab the premium version.

 

3. Matsu PSX Emulator

Matsu PSX is worthy enough to be on this list of best emulators for Android, it’s also one of the most powerful as well. You’ll see games from PlayStation 1, SNES, NES, GBA, GBC, WSC, PCE, Game Gear, and Mega Drive in here. There’s also support for cheats, various customization preferences and external controller support. It’s powered with advertising, if you don’t want ads be ready to pay $9.99.

 

4. DraStic DS Emulator

As the name suggests, it focuses on Nintendo DS and it’s definitely one of the best emulators for Nintendo DS. As expected, you can easily play games, load and save progress with amazing controls. It’s also very stable even though it isn’t free, it costs just $4.99.

 

5. FPse

This emulator is very popular on the Google Play Store, even though it focuses on just PlayStation. There are a lot of things to do on this one, you can improve graphics, use plugins and change settings to suit your gaming styling. It’s also very cheap and affordable compared to others, it requires a one-time payment fee of $3.63.

 

6. PPSSPP

This is hands-down the best PSP emulator on the Google Play Store. You get to play almost all the games you’ve loved during your PSP days on your smartphone. It’s also very stable for an emulator. It’s free for most parts, but to enjoy the full games, you have to pay $4.49.

 

7. RetroArch

RetroArch is one of the best emulators for Android, it’s also very unique as well. It emulates a lot of consoles and lets you play their games for free. However, you have to download the cores into the app, each game has its own core. It’s packed with lots of features and you can save your games progress as well.

 

8. MegaN64

MegaN64 is another totally free emulators you might be interested in. It’s also one of the more stable N64 emulators. It uses the open source code from Mupen64, which is another god emulator app you can check out. They are both available on the Play Store and work seamlessly with each other. It’s totally free as well, although some ads might pop up every once in a while.

 

9. SuperRetro16

SuperRetro16 is still pretty much popular and is worthy to be one of best emulators for Android. It was the most popular SNES emulator over the years, however, it underwent a number of name changes. Nonetheless, it has proven it’s still reliable with impressive features like fast forward, cloud saving, cloud game storage, and a bunch of graphics and audio settings.

 

10. MyBoy and My OldBoy

This Game Boy Advance and Game Boy emulators has everything you need in an emulator if you’re really in Game Boy. MyBoy has the Game Boy Advance games, while My OldBoy app has the older Game Boy game. These apps come with lots of features like cheat codes, syncing save files with Google Drive, and more.

Conclusion

These are the best emulators for Android. Have you played the games on these apps before? Please let us know in the comments below.

Posted by Joseph Young

Africa's most sought-after Mobile Reporter.

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