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A new iPhone game streaming service offers hundreds of licensed classic games.

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Antstream launches in the App Store on June 27th with over 1,300 Atari, Amiga, and Nintendo games.

Backbone gaming controller with iPhone showing Antstream frontend.

Following the EU’s Digital Markets Act (DMA) last year, Apple allowed game streaming services in its App Store, but Cult of Mac reports that the first such service will target vintage players next week on iOS and iPadOS.

Antstream, accessible on Xbox, Windows, Android, and Amazon devices, offers over 1,300 vintage games on demand, including Missile Command, Sam & Max Hit the Road, Asteroids, and Super Star Wars: Return of the Jedi.

Delta, RetroArch, and PPSSPP, a PlayStation Portable emulator, are among the best retro game emulators for Apple’s mobile devices. The problem with these emulators is that they lack games. Using and collecting ROMs, digital copies of vintage video games, raises complex legal issues.

App Store video game emulators: latest news on iOS retro console ports.
Antstream offers legally licensed retro games like Evercade, so users don’t have to search the internet.

There are hundreds of games for the Commodore 64, ZX Spectrum, and Amiga, but only 28 Atari 2600 games, five Game Boy games, two PlayStation games, and 42 Super Nintendo games. Even with 1,300-plus Antstream games, you may have to look hard to find something you like.

We liked the SNES Super Star Wars trilogy, but it may not warrant an Antstream membership. After launching on the App Store on June 27th, subscriptions will be discounted to $3.99 per month or $29.99 per year, just slightly cheaper than Antstream’s $4.99 or $39.99 per month.


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