You can make an emulator run on just about any device these days, and while ROM files and saved backups are more or less standardized across many emulators, the storage conveniences of modern technology haven't entirely infiltrated the emulation world. Now Afterplay.io aims to change that by allowing you to keep a cross-platform library of ROMs accessible in any browser and on any device.
Afterplay.io is a browser-based implementation of mGBA that allows you to upload a ROM and start playing right away. You won't get all the features you'd see in a standalone emulator, but the site currently features great controls and auto-save states, so you can track your progress anytime, anywhere. Plus, it's cross-platform, then you can start playing on a PC browser and then load and continue playing on mobile.Read also
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Developer Patrick Corrigan describes Afterplay.io as a “passionate project,” but he has big plans for it, including support for many more platforms. Super Nintendo support through Snes9x was added in a recent update, and Corrigan hopes to include everything from the original PlayStation and Nintendo 64.
You can see a demo of all Afterplay.io features in the video below.
Currently, we can see that the methods for playing old games will apparently never stop multiplying, and this is a very good thing for lovers of these games.