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The Guys Behind iPhone’s Hit Nintendo Emulator Hope It Jumpstarts iTunes For ROMs


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Riley Testut was about to hop on a rollercoaster in Copenhagen, Denmark when he got the news that Apple would finally be letting a retro emulator he’d been working on for 10 years onto its App Store. It was aboard The Demon in Tivoli Gardens, at 50 miles per hour across three loops, that he started processing the…

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