It was only days ago when we started seeing a Gameboy emulator
for WebOS powered devices, but now its bigger brother steps up to the plate packing some of Nintendo’s most popular games. NesEm is a Nintendo NES emulator for WebOS and was ported over by Kalemsoft – it’s capable of playing over 300 original NES games. Additionally it supports four channel sound, game saving, automatic speed adjustment, key config control, and anti-aliased image smoothing. Although it is already available in demo form through PreWare or Kalemsoft’s web site, it is closed source and will run $9.99 for a license. The only limitation to the demo is that it restricts you to only run ROMS that are under 40k and also has a time limit – so if that isn’t your kind of thing, we’d suggest getting a license to relive those nostalgic games. Now you’ll be able to play
some old school games you’ve probably forgot about all in the palm of your hands.
via Palm Info Center