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Can't find an GBA Emulator which doesn't require PowerPC, except NoCashGBA - which sucks. Does anyone know of any other solution?

I want to play Pokemon...

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closed as not constructive by StrixVaria, Raven Dreamer Sep 4 '11 at 17:38

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The FAQ specifically prohibits recommendation questions of all kinds. Off topic. – StrixVaria Sep 4 '11 at 17:35
PS: Nowadays you can play Pokemon GBA online on any OS, for example: on Google there are dozen of online emulators. – Yves M. Mar 12 at 7:35

I use VisualBoyAdvance on my Mac, and it works great. It has a bunch of nice features, like state saving, fast-forwarding (for skipping through abysmally long dialogue segments), and video filters.

After realizing VisualBoyAdvance was actually PowerPC-based (which for some reason I never noticed), I did a little more researching. I found this application called Mac Boy Advance, which is essentially VisualBoyAdvance, but works on Intel-based OS X computers. I successfully ran it on Lion, so it seems to work fine.

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