DS Sys is available on the Apple App Store, and what makes it all the more interesting is this is a Nintendo DS emulator, although we suspect that it won’t last too long on the App Store once the lawyers get hold of its existence. It won’t be able to handle DS games though, but it does share strikingly close similarity to the Nintendo DS. It allows you to change the case color and even the “game card”, although there isn’t any option to boot up one of those illegal DS ROMs. Apparently, future versions will feature microphone support – and hopefully a ported over version of Ace Attorney for us to yell “Objection!!!” into our iPhones and iPod touches. DS Sys retails for $4.99 while the good times roll.
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