So it didn't take long for someone to find a way to put an emulator on the iPhone. Even tho I am rather not all that interested in this phone, I am interested that someone made an emulator where the screen acts as both the game window AND the controller.
If you take a look at the guy operating the phone, he only pressed to the right by taping the virtual D-Pad. Mario then runs off to the right non-stop. Sooo...not a perfect emulation and, in fact, not complete if this is the unfortunate limitation at the moment.
He had quite a library of games, which is nice, but the jury is still out for me as to if I really care that much that people can emulate an ancient system on every fucking electronic device known to man. Shit...next Super Mario Bros will be a mini game on my toaster. STOP MAKING NES EMULATORS! How many fucking times can you play the same game!
**Note** Making an emulator just to prove it can technically be done I respect, but don't you think the NES has been emulated enough!**