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Virtual GameBoy Advance (VGBA) is a Nintendo Gameboy Advance emulator, available for Windows, Unix/Linux and DOS (DOS Port isn´t updated anymore). Unfortunately, the Windows port costs $35, making it the only commercial GBA emulator of the scene. The Linux and FreeBSD ports are actually up to par with the windows version and are freeware. New in this release:<UL><LI>Added console-based debugger to the VGBA-Windows, by public demand. <LI>Fixed MULL/SMULL opcode (thanks go to Santeri Paavolainen). <LI>Added forced VBlank emulation. <LI>Filled simulated BIOS area with the value that real copy-protected BIOS returns on reads. <LI>Fixed EEPROM emulation a little bit. <LI>Made "channels active" sound register visible to the GBA. <LI>Added more manufacturer IDs to the database. <L>Fixed rollover on the volume control button in VGBA-Windows. <LI>Fixed command line parsing in VGBA-Windows. <LI>Now turning off sound when VGBA-Windows dialog boxes get shown. <LI>VGBA-Windows now always uses .INI file in the same directory as the .EXE file. </UL>Head over to the <a href="http://fms.komkon.org/VGBA/" target="_blank">VGBA Homepage</a> for more details about registration or free versions.
 

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Not worth $35.
 
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That's a lot of money...I wouldn't buy it. Not that the emu is bad, but Visualboy advance is better, and free.
 
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