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Sebastian Kelly
Sebastian Kelly

Visual Boy Advance Skin !!BETTER!! Download

Made for the folks over at, the best GBA forum on the net! There is a 2X size one too, download the 2X one here. This skins is one of my better ones and a lot of work went into it to make is look authentic.

Visual Boy Advance Skin Download

Synthetic-God: Fusion Nice skin by newcomer Synthetic-God, like me he creates good origional designs for his skins and this is no exception. There is also a 2X version downloadable here.

You can download GBA skins from many sources and there are many different types too. Some of the most popular are the Pokémon skins and you can plenty of others at the link above. All of them are free to download and use.

There are several places where you can get free homebrew games for the GB and GBA that are 100% legal to download and try on the emulator. The best source for homebrew games for any console is but there are several other homebrew sites around that offer something similar such as this site specifically for gameboy advance: Here is a small list of free games that are worth trying, if you have more add them to the list!

From the skin selection view, tap the plus button in the top right. A list of views will appear with previews of what they look like. Tap the skin you want, and it'll begin downloading to your device.

Open Safari on your iOS device, and go to any GBA4iOS skins website (such as Find the skin you want, and download it. Once it's downloaded, tap either "Open in GBA4iOS..." or "Open In..." then tap GBA4iOS, and it'll appear for you to select in the skin selection view.

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