Eclipse is a feature packed web-emulator with things ranging from UI skins to Google Drive integration. It can play games from many generations of consoles. \n \n ### Systems Eclipse comes with NES, SNES, GB, GBC, GBA, SMS, and GG support. More systems are planned to be added in the future. \n \n ### Adding Games You can add games in a variety of different ways. You can easily upload a ROM you want to play into Eclipse to launch it quickly. There’s also the Game Hub where you can add a ROM from a repo, Google Drive, or Dropbox. You can even add one from a URL, which will automatically get you the boxart and the name. We try to make the process as easy as possible so you can get into what matters most: playing games. \n\n ### Web Based While some may see this as a disadvantage for preformance, being web-based has its perks. You can easily access Eclipse from almost any of your devices, assuming it can run the cores. Best of all, if you are on an iOS device, you don’t need to worry about losing your save to a revoke! These are just a few of Eclipse’s many features, and more features come with each major update.