Gone are the days when your iOS emulator got revoked just after a day of usage. Try out the Eclipse emulator, the key to unlocking and playing Gameboy Advance and Gameboy Classic games to your heart’s content on your iOS device.
The feature-packed emulator includes various skin UIs, integration options, unique installation, and application methods that help avoid critical issues such as revocation, unexpected crashes and freezes, and much more. Now, you can enjoy your GBA and GBC games without device-related limitations.
Eclipse Emulator – Features:
- Say hello to a whole new range of skins
Why limit yourself to a narrow selection of Skin UIs when you can unlock and try out a wider range? With the Eclipse emulator, the user is given a variety of options to select from which is not available in any other emulator.
- Widen your gaming horizon
The Eclipse emulator supports multiple gaming systems in addition to GBA and GBC. Check out the list below, and pick your battle to conquer the gaming world.
- Nintendo Entertainment System (NES)
- Super Nintendo Entertainment System (SNES, in experimental stage)
- GameBoy (GB)
- GameBoy Color (GBC)
- GameBoy Advance (GBA)
- Sega Master System (SMS)
- Game Gear (GG)
- Say goodbye to continuous revocation
You don’t have to worry about the emulator getting revoked. Eclipse has cracked the code to bypass standard revocation rules and now provides unique installation and application methods to keep playing without any freezes or crashes.
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Download Eclipse Emulator:
There are two quick and easy ways to get the Eclipse emulator downloaded and ready to go on your device.
TweakBox – The Third-Party App Installer:
Tweakbox, the well-known third-party app installer, has a wide range of jailbroken versions of popular apps with limitations. It is also home to the Eclipse emulator which you can easily download and install on your iOS device. Just follow the steps, and you’ll be good to go!
- Download TweakBox onto your device.
- Open your settings app once TweakBox is downloaded.
- Select ‘General’ and head over to the ‘Profiles’ section.
- Click on the ‘TweakBox’ profile.
- Select ‘Trust’ on the pop-up screen and close Settings.
Now you can open ‘TweakBox’ and search for Eclipse Emulator. Once you find the application, you can click on it and download the same.
To download the Eclipse emulator through Google Drive, you must prep your device first.
- Check if your device already has Google Drive installed. If not, you will have to download the Google Drive app and keep it on your device. Once downloaded, you will have to log in to the drive.
- Check if your device already has the Files Application installed. If not, make sure to install the same.
- If you’re using an iOS 12 or below, keep an unzip app available as well.
- In addition to the above, make sure to have the latest version of the Safari Browser.
Once these are checked and ready to go, you may proceed with the steps below.
- Launch the Safari browser and go to the Eclipse Emulator page.
- Once the page loads, click on the ‘Share’ button that is available at the bottom of your device screen.
- Once you see the sharing menu, click the ‘Add to home screen option. This will create a shortcut to the Eclipse emulator app in the app drawer of your home screen.
- You can now open the app, and select the aspect ratio and the theme you prefer to use.
- Now you may go ahead and complete the on-screen setup process without hassle, and complete the installation!
With the Eclipse emulator locked and loaded, you are now ready to go!
Download Games onto your Device:
Step 01: Download the ROM Cover and File
- Launch the Safari Browser and head over to the GBA/NDS ROMs Page.
- Browse the options and open the ROMs that you wish to download.
- At the top of the selected ROM Page, you will find a ROM/Game thumbnail. Long-press this icon and click on ‘Add to photos’
- Scroll down to the bottom of the page and proceed to download the ROM.
You may repeat steps 2 and 3 to download any number of ROMs you need.
Step 02: Setting up Google Drive
- Click on the Files App on your device.
- Select and tap on any of the ROM Zip files to unzip and obtain .gba/.gbc files.
- Proceed to click on ‘Select’ at the top-right corner and select all the .gba/.gbc files.
- Select ‘Share’ and click on Google Drive out of the options available.
- Select the ‘Upload’ button and the files will begin uploading.
Step 03: Adding ROMs to Eclipse
- Launch the Eclipse emulator on your device and click on the ‘+’ button in the top-left corner.
- Select the Google Drive account which you previously used to upload the .gba/.gbc files.
- Click on the ‘+’ button and proceed to select the Google Drive option.
- You will now see a list of all uploaded .gba files. Add these files to Eclipse one by one. Once done, you may close Eclipse from the recent apps.
Step 04: Get your game started
- Launch Eclipse again and you will see the ROMs without any cover.
- Select and long-press the ROM file and click on ‘Edit’
- Select and click on ‘Upload Box art’ and then proceed to ‘Photo Library’. Locate the cover photo that you downloaded in Step 03 and select it.
- Close the emulator and open it again.
- The previously coverless ROMs will now have covers. You can repeat the same process for all the other ROMs as required.
You’re all set, player! Open any game and start playing, good luck!
Frequently Asked Questions:
Can Eclipse Emulator be used offline?
Yes, Eclipse can be used offline. However, you may not be able to use some features such as game collection and repos. You must upload them through the ‘+’ button in the app.
Can we use controllers with Eclipse?
Yes, Eclipse supports controllers. However, users must use iOS 14 to be compatible. Further, Eclipse doesn’t support analog sticks yet, which we are currently working on upgrading.