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    Nescaline - Nintendo Emulator iPhone App Removed from App Store After Brief Appearance

    AndyAndy Posts: 1,127
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    imageNescaline - Nintendo Emulator iPhone App Removed from App Store After Brief Appearance

    For a brief couple of hours yesterday, Nintendo fans were offered a fully functional Nintendo emulator on the Apple App Store. Just as the blogosphere caught up to it, Apple realized that it was a blunder and pulled the iPhone app away from the App Store. The iPhone app, called...

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    • skeezixskeezix Posts: 1
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      An emu does _NOT_ violat any copyrights. If he didn't include the games, he did not break any laws or ethical points. It is Apple being a buddy buddy to Nintendo and other Big Companies, and thats it.

      More to point though .. if Apple isn't going to allow a Java VM (essentially an emulator of a nonedxistant platform), and troubles a C64 emu for fear BASIC might be used to write competing apps (seriously?), then a NES emu with Big N breathign down its neck has no chance.

      But theres no legal quesiton here; Apple can do what it wants, and Apple likes to be a goof.

    • dustonduston Posts: 26
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      imagine, a seemless JAVA game emulator, oh god that would be awsome
      millions of games

    • tony btony b Posts: 1
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      someone needs to get this cracked and put onto cydia so we all can try it out the layout for the buttons looks so much better than NES3.

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