124 responses

  1. Larry94
    May 30, 2011

    I am very sorry that all this Sh*t is happening to you and Yongzh :( Just remember, These kind of problems never did occur on Cydia. Come back to IOS! We feel so left out!

    • zodttd
      May 30, 2011

      Thanks! I love Cydia and AppStore. I plan on coming back asap. Just not sure in what form. I can't support so many products on Cydia at the moment and so much work now needs to be done with updates. The income is much different too. Android Market was literally one hundred times more in sales.

      I'm getting those 1% outspoken people with negative comments on Twitter. Then when a news article comes up, I must handle that too.

      I've been running in circles and not getting much done. There must be income and I have an employee who's family depends on it too. So I'm thinking really strong on how to proceed.

      • Nexus
        May 30, 2011

        "Android Market was literally one hundred times more in sales" A blog on that would be very interestng. Most sites claim Android users dont buy apps.

      • zergl
        May 30, 2011

        It's not surprising. Despite what impressions you may received immersed in the scene, in the end Jailbreaking devices is something only a fraction of iOS users do, and of that fraction a goodly portion (self-selected population and all that) are sadly interested in piracy, not just expanding the power of their devices. Regardless of Android users buying less overall then AppStore users, the comparison here isn't the AppStore, it's Cydia.

        I'm very sorry about this whole thing though. I've been desperately hoping for GSPhone to gain iControlPad support before buying some new licenses, so it's too bad the thing is on hiatus now. I think this is somewhat the inevitable consequence of Apple's disappointing stance on control. It's just very, very hard for a non-conforming developer to survive on iOS.

      • thelolotov
        May 30, 2011

        Please don't leave us Android users out in the cold! ;-;

        There's always SlideME Marketplace!

  2. Diego
    May 30, 2011

    Yea I agree come back to iOS the android community sucks

  3. Larry94
    May 30, 2011

    Yes, I have seen those hateful twitter comments. Those people are just jealous of your's and Yongzh's talent. I do want to thank you and yongzh for your awesome emulators! I just started playing through Final Fantasy 7 on my Ipod touch the other day and it is great! Keep up your hard work and I Hope you come back with a BANG! really soon!

    (BTW do I say nice things to the flower girl or Tifa in FF7? Which is better?)

    • zodttd
      May 30, 2011

      Some people just like to troll. Spoils it for everyone else. Meanwhile I'll brainstorm a bit more about how to go about the future of ZodTTD.

      (PS. You might want to check a gamefaqs.com walkthrough for FF7 for that)

    • csnr
      May 30, 2011

      It has nothing to do with "talent". Both zod and yongzh took open source implementations, ported them to android and did not release the source code of these variants, which violated the licenses of any Free Software licensed emulators (GPLv2 or GPLv3).

      Also several of the emulators came with a non-commercial clause, which meant that derivatives could not be used for commercially. By selling these emulators, the developer also violated those licenses. If they would've complied with the licenses they would not have been taken down. Plain and simple.

      Don't blame Google. Blame these developers for being lazy and/or arrogant .

      • zodttd
        May 30, 2011

        You did not take the time to read any of what I wrote. That is not the reason we were taken down. Please stop this rhetoric. If you feel like trolling, get your facts straight.

      • Mike
        June 20, 2011

        Don't be too sure. With SNES9x, at least, Yong only e-mailed one of the two original authors of the emulator, then ignored what he said and took one of the later versions of the emulator and sold it on Android after applying his GUI. The license for SNES9x expressly forbids commercial use of the emulator without contacting ALL of the developers (a list that is easily 10 names long for the version he used) and getting permission. And one of the developers, at least, would never agree to it. I know, I tried. On Yong's behalf, no less.

        Of course, it's also entirely possible that it was a strategic move by one of the other emulator developers. That's the problem with having software in a gray legal area – it doesn't take much to unseat you. Until you have an airtight piece of software that doesn't infringe on anything, you're not in a good position.

        My suggestion would be, don't let up on Google. Keep e-mailing them. Find new e-mail addresses to send your complaint to. Find out exactly who sent the complaint, and what their complaint was. Once you know that, you can stop up that particular hole, and proceed from there.

        The Android marketplace sucks right now. It's practically lawless. It's far too easy to file for a takedown of an app (or multiple apps, which is probably what got your account canned along with the apps). Getting your app reinstated is, according to Google, a simple process – but at that point, you open yourself up to litigation. At least, that's how it's supposed to work. In reality, we wind up with situations like yours, or people who simply create a new account and re-post their apps there.

  4. Jhaupfear
    May 30, 2011

    Can you not sell your apps directly on this site? I think mobile-stream did this with their easytether app that google also took down awhile back. The people who are going to use emulators and roms are smart enough to find the file online. I understand that some carriers not allow non market apps, but carriers like verizon have allowed them since day one. Thanks for the awsome apps btw.

  5. WaveDog
    May 30, 2011

    I don't own an android powered device so I haven't been tuned in to all the commotion that you're dealing with. Unfortunately, i've been impatiently awaiting an update to n64iphone that I wan't able to comprehend that you might have a reason for not updating your products. I apologize.
    Regarding your current situation, if you feel that you have too many products to maintain then you should stop updating the ones that are unnecessary:

    - gameboy4iphone – is available at no cost and you have no obligation to support this product with updates. plus it isnegated by the fact that there are GB/GBC emulators for the ipod/iphone (GBC.EMU for perfect emulation and GBC A.D. Plus for good emulation.)

    - snes4iphone – is available at no cost and you have no obligation to support this product with updates. It is negated by Snes 9x EX which is also free and offer near perfect emulation.

    others include: genesis4iphone, nes4iphone.

  6. WaveDog
    May 30, 2011

    Like some other users have suggested, you should stick with the emulators that only YOU can develop. They include:
    N64iphone: Broken
    psx4all: Broken
    gpSPhone: Working

    Once you get back on your feet from this whole crisis, i would suggest making N64iphone compatible with iOS 4.2.1+ first, then psx4all. Once they are all compatible you should then continue to improve upon those three.

    I wish you the best of luck,
    - One of your many loyal fans

    • zodttd
      May 30, 2011

      Appreciate it. I am considering cleaning up my github making it easier to get ahold of sources for all my projects as well. If I can't continue work on a project, I'll try making it as easy as possible for someone else to.

  7. thehauss
    May 30, 2011

    Dude keep it up. Ive been here from the very beginning and hearing that you even have an employee out there now makes me happy somehow. I cant really help you out, only with the tip that you should concentrate on what you do best, having thousands of products out there is like beaing a jack of all trades – master of none. Maybe crowdsource that, put ads in your apps. Maybe Amazons upcoming market can help you out somehow.

    • zodttd
      May 30, 2011

      Thanks for this reply. I agree with the jack of all trades.

  8. Lyri
    May 30, 2011

    Very sad to hear this, good luck 4 the future:)

  9. Mel
    May 30, 2011

    I don't know what is going on behind the scenes. What I do know is that the Mupen64Plus developers were discussing sending a DMCA notice over Yong's n64oid before he withdrew it. And the OpenTTD developers actually did send you a notice over GPL issues.

    I also know that you did, in fact, use the official Playstation logo as an icon for PSX4Droid.

    I'm not assigning blame to anyone in particular, but given this history, I think you ought to be extra careful about avoiding situations like this.

    • zodttd
      May 30, 2011

      Avoiding these issues is exactly my thoughts as well. Hence wanting to go back to making small games and other applications for markets on iOS devices. These sort of emulators are way too risky for me now. A move to safer grounds might be in order.

      • W. Holstein-Primako
        May 31, 2011

        Whoa whoa whoa, hold up. You don't have to abandon emulators (lots of devs work on them without any legal trouble), you just need to follow the law:

        1) Don't use anyone else's trademark EVER, unless it's clearly fair use. Don't use it in your product names, etc.
        2) Don't infringe on anyone else's copyrights. Don't use anyone else's logos in your products, etc etc.
        3) Respect the GPL, otherwise you are infringing on others' copyrights. Since some (all?) of your products are based on GPLed code, you can either distribute the source code, or try to get a non-GPLed license from the developers by paying them some token amount. They might go for that, it's worth a shot.

        Even if you do have to distribute the source code, people will still buy your emulators through Cydia, SlideME, etc. You don't have to give away binaries, just give away the source. Compiling your emulators is not a task for the faint of heart, it's at least worth $1. :)

        So don't get disheartened – You're a passionate developer and it shows through your embedded work. (I remember you from the GP2X scene, you were great there too!) And with a little bit more awareness about trademark and copyright law, I am confident you will find it easy to continue developing your emulators as you were.

        This is not legal advice and I am not a lawyer.

      • zodttd
        May 31, 2011

        This has all been done and handled to some extent. There's the issue beyond this of my public image. Rebuilding my image at this point is an uphill battle. There is way too many factors to balance and eyes focused on me to make this work now. I'm an adult who has aged fast and I must support people helping me out with families who depend on such. Time for me to move on.

  10. Will
    May 30, 2011

    Hey Zod.
    I appreciate the work you’ve done, and as an ex-Android user (now an iOS user) I am very sorry to hear what’s happened.
    As a semi-experienced iOS developer and more experienced homebrew + emulation developer, I would like to offer my assistance getting through the tough times :)

  11. Glenn
    May 30, 2011

    Im glad that your working on the updates for ios but i understand that your having a hard time working on them so we all will wait for all these updates to come so zod and yong, keep your head up. Good luck

  12. zodttd
    May 30, 2011

    Just a note about recent moderation of comments. I have no problem with people voicing there concerns about any sort of open source issues, though this is not the place to do it. Contact me directly by email via this site. Also keep author names clean.

    • asd
      May 30, 2011

      > though this is not the place to do it

      seems like the perfect place :

      [citation needed]

  13. Alexmac
    May 30, 2011

    Please update for ios 4.2.1:
    1- genesis4iphone
    2- n64iphone
    3- psx4all
    4- gpsphone

  14. crualfoxhound
    May 30, 2011

    Hi zodttd. Soz to hear about all your psx4droid emulator
    Being pulled by Google and yongzh emulators aswell.
    I’m very gutted for u both.

    Psx4droid v2 give me hours upon hours of fun
    playing my old classics again.
    I supported you from first day of psx4droid v2 release
    When I bought it.

    Most appreciated
    For all the updates
    You provided use.

    But in time when you back on your feet.
    I would love a opengl version of psx4droid.

    Best regards
    Crualfoxhound.

    Catch ya later…

  15. Larry94
    May 30, 2011

    1. Just a quick question for you zod, like i recently said. I am playing FF7 on my ipod, is it possible to use my .mcd save game file and my save states on PC emus like epsxe and psxeven? and if i can, do i need to covert the save states because there are several different save state file types.

    2. Are you primarily coding in java for android or are you using a front end to code in c++?

    • zodttd
      May 30, 2011

      1. The MCD's are a standard and should be compatible. Save states are separate and will not work between emulators.

      2. Java for the frontend UI. The rest goes through the JNI in C.

  16. Ealoseum
    May 30, 2011

    Sorry to hear about it. But it’s been a set pattern that the world never was very friendly to great and innovative people- just look at galileo. You’re always welcome to come back to us iOS folks, though. I’ve been waiting to play n64 on my phone for months ;). And even though I’m waiting on tenterhooks for a faster psx, stay clear of Sony for now. I don’t know if they have anything to do with the Market stuff, but riding around in their legal waters right now is very risky at best.
    Thanks for all the hard work ;)

  17. John
    May 30, 2011

    Zod,

    You are amazing at your work! Ive been a fan since last year and still havent Played all your emulators due to these unpresidented events that your up against. Have as much time as you need to try to figure something out and get back on track :). After that could you do a few updates for your iOS emulators just so they could work on 4.2.1+ We need it Please :D cough*n64iphone*cough ;D

    Anyway Good Luck :D

  18. jorge
    May 30, 2011

    i wonder if i will play n64 on my iphone again =/

  19. Hans
    May 30, 2011

    "do no evil" my ass. Google has fallen to the wishes of the companies you and me — and google once upon a time — loathed.

  20. Joshua
    May 30, 2011

    So no more n64iphone??? :((

  21. bob
    May 30, 2011

    If you really want to change things up, you could try porting to webOS. Yes, it’s small right now, but emulators are welcome and you stand to gain as webOS grows under HP. I don’t know about porting from Android, but porting from webOS is supposedly easy (which I mention since you mentioned Cydia), making cross-platform maintenance less of a chore.

  22. Edward
    May 30, 2011

    ZodTTD,

    Have you considered selling your apk files directly through Google Checkout or Paypal? I run a service called AndroidLicenser.com where you can do just that. Shoot me message through twitter (@edawerd), and I'll be happy to hook you up with a free account.

    • zodttd
      May 30, 2011

      I'll look into it. At the moment I have no need for this service, but it can come useful in the near future.

  23. Andrew
    May 30, 2011

    I hope this works out well for you, but I'm seriously disappointed in Google for this. I just started developing for Android, and this kind of puts a rut in my enthusiasm for putting my creations in the app store. I'll continue to support you in whatever form your emulation efforts come to in the future.

    • zodttd
      May 30, 2011

      As a developer, Android Market is still a strong option. I don't want to put it down. I just had my own unique run in.

  24. Ben
    May 30, 2011

    Hey guy

    Cross platform supporter of everything you have done. The work you’ve done is not for the faint of heart. Just bought an xperia play and whether or not you release an update for psx4droid is beyond the point. Ill always support the work you do because you go that extra step for the end user. Not many developers do that these days. Thanks man.

  25. Daniel
    May 30, 2011

    I just wanted to say thanks for all your hard work. Sorry Google messed with the best reasons to own an Android device. That's their loss.

  26. affaf
    May 31, 2011

    you rip off open source. it's good google killed your account!

    • zodttd
      May 31, 2011

      Ripping off open source? That's sort of the point. You rip it off, you work on it, you check my GitHub and look at the source, and you go back under your bridge.

      • Mike
        June 20, 2011

        The trouble is, unless you mention somewhere in the app that it's open source and where you can get the source code from, you're breaking GPL. I didn't get a chance to pick up your apps on the Android market (though I wish I had), but I know for a fact that Yong never did put that critical piece in his emulators.

      • IndescribableFellow
        October 19, 2011

        not true actually. I believe GPLv2 says you have to include the GPL header notice (ie as a file included with your release) and **upon request** you must make the source available. Zod doesn't even have to have a github open to you, he can mail you a printed copy of the GPL'ed code he modified He only has to do this **when you ask for it**.

        I suggest that Zod did this and was complying with the GPL license requirements.

      • Rotundjere
        February 22, 2012

        zodttd ignore people who asking the source code… that sucks !!
        you should be lucky not end up in jail because violating GPL !

  27. LunaticWolf
    May 31, 2011

    Well, I guess that means I can go ahead and remove PSX4Droid off my phone. FPse's performance and compatibility is much better anyways. Have fun with iOS!

    • zodttd
      May 31, 2011

      See ya!

    • Troll
      July 13, 2011

      o_o. Such a prick comment. lol

  28. LunaticWolf
    May 31, 2011

    Additionally, I am kind of glad that this takedown occurred. Never seen a paid emulator for PC, why should Android be different? Charging for emulators is just wrong in my opinion.

    Hopefully this will swing emulator developers away from trying to make money.

    • zodttd
      May 31, 2011

      Everyone has an opinion.
      There's lots of paid emulators. One you may know of was Bleem. There's quite a few on AppStore and Market from the actual game companies themselves as well. There's a few like FPSE, as you just mentioned, who are not part of a game company but sell their emulators.

      You get what you pay for.

      • LunaticWolf
        May 31, 2011

        And what happened to Bleem?

        Sued and, even though they won, basically shut down.

        Charging for emulators is what makes the business risky. Not creating the emulators.

        None of the free alternatives have been removed from the market. Anyway, good luck with your business.

      • JebbyDeringer
        May 31, 2011

        You do get what you pay for, someone who just abandons projects people have paid for.

      • Rotundjere
        February 22, 2012

        Bleem ??? bla bla bla…

        just fuck off !!! Bleem get sued by Sony !!

        You should ended up in jail !!

  29. Jonas
    May 31, 2011

    I understand that you do not wish to have inflammatory comments, but you state very matter-of-factly that the licensing issues have nothing to do with the matter. I know for a fact that the actual developer community behind Yong's emulator has been trying to get him to stop selling other people's work for quite some time.

    I do not know anything about your software however. But you should not make such a blanket statement that licensing is of no concern when so many people know that it is. You should at least offer an explanation why you think all the other developers are wrong and why you are right.

    • zodttd
      May 31, 2011

      Licensing is a concern. The thing is I have my project's source up on GitHub. There's only two things of concern. I need to keep my source up to date on GitHub on a few projects, and remove a Cydia Store product. That's the extent of this issue.

    • zodttd
      May 31, 2011

      Yong is very easy to contact by email. He can sell "other peoples work" under certain licensing conditions. If this is not the case, which developer of software he sells is he being pursued by? Definitely let us all know.

      • AntiochInteractive
        May 31, 2011

        Zod, respectfully as the father of 3 with another on the way, I understand the need to monetize one’s efforts. I think the way you are handling responses and support for your work is outstanding and completely unnecessary.

        I wanted to draw to your attention that Yong has been “called out” in the SNES9x Market listing. While they are not pursuing him in any capacity, there is a clear message that they do not appreciate the commercial fork of their emulator.

        Anyway, thank you for your PSX4Droid. I registered and converted a friend to Android with your great emulator. I am sorry that your revenue stream has been cut. Honestly, I am more optimistic about Amazon Marketplace and other 3rd party stores than you.

        Now forgive me… I am writing this on my phone and this textarea is not behaving so I am having a hard time editing all that follows:
        might be. Make more apps and cross market! People are smart and this emulator is legendary! any any capacity, the

      • @AntiochMedia
        May 31, 2011

        Respectfully as the father of 3 with another on the way, I understand the need to monetize one's efforts. I think the way you are handling responses and support for your work is outstanding and completely unnecessary and above the call of duty.

        I wanted to draw to your attention that Yong has indeed been "called out" in the SNES9x Market listing for SNESoid. While they are not pursuing him in any capacity, there is a clear message that they do not appreciate the commercial fork of their emulator.

        Anyway, thank you for your PSX4Droid. I registered and managed to sell a friend on Android with your great emulator. I am truly sorry that your revenue stream has been severely cut. I am very optimistic about Amazon Marketplace and other 3rd party stores — so at the very least, being a first adopter cannot hurt and I wish you success in those places.

        People are smart and your emulator is legendary. People will learn how to find and buy your emulator. I hope that you will find ways to make other apps that may help with cross marketing.

  30. Ronny Karam
    May 31, 2011

    I'm a little bit confused here.
    If you haven't violated any terms or licenses, why don't you just sue Google?
    They shutdown your business.

    But again, is it worth the effort?
    Well it's for you to decide, but we're backing you up all the way.

  31. Nico
    May 31, 2011

    PLEASE update n64iphone !! :D
    its my biggest wish
    please make that it is runnung on 4.2 again :D

  32. IstealOpenSource
    May 31, 2011

    Here is an idea: PROGRAM YOUR OWN SHIT

    • zodttd
      June 3, 2011

      You have no clue who I am or what I do. Go back under your bridge and troll another time.

  33. JebbyDeringer
    May 31, 2011

    Time to abandon the community again.

    • zodttd
      June 3, 2011

      What would you suggest I do?

  34. Person
    May 31, 2011

    So google is going communist. Just what we need, another crapple. Now im gonna reconsider getting a droid device -_-;

  35. Ealoseum
    May 31, 2011

    You know, you guys are going too hard on zod. This guy is not a robot made to develop emus for us, he’s a person. I am pretty damn sure he has a life outside of developing, and can’t just spend more time working on that update because YOU want it now. If you have such a problem with his lack of time to crank out emus, learn programming or play an emu on pc. Otherwise just shut the he’ll up, cause having a dude who’s actually trying to put something out for us to enjoy is better than nothing at all. Zod, those angry morons are just looking a gift horse in the mouth. I can wait for an update. Just keep doing what you’re doing, and keep up the good (if not always visible) work.

  36. Glenn
    May 31, 2011

    I agree with Ealoseam. Everybody just shut the hell up and get a life when the updates comes it comes. Do You guys think that zod will just grab a update out of his ass and put it up for the public? no he will update it as soon as possible he has a life too you know. But apperantly all of you are just responding and tweeting him about the updates. because all of you are just so impatient to wait for a update. So just wait.

  37. sRam
    May 31, 2011

    Zod, I worship you man! Please update n64iphone and gpsphone!!!! I love your work and REALLY want n64 on 4.3.2!!! Gpsphone is fine. Just really want wiimote support!
    Love ya man!
    Ps: can u make iPod nano hacks??
    Thanks!
    Shaan

  38. terry
    June 1, 2011

    I have just downloaded your emulater and its keep asking for bios would you explain this to me please thank you

  39. Anonymous
    June 2, 2011

    Yongzh remains the biggest assholes of the internet. He has stolen Mupen64 and made 1000nds of dollars and has GIVEN NOTHING BACK TO THE REAL DEVELOPERS. It is a lie, you know that Zod.

    • zodttd
      June 3, 2011

      I personally helped send money from Yongzh to Exophase (gpSP's author) for use in GameBoid. He also fixed some long standing bugs in gpSP's source and sent the fixes back to Exophase.

      I know he's done at least some giving back, and has done impressive work. Know that these aren't simple compile for a new platform and go. This takes a large understanding of such code and the platforms involved. This is not a simple task. Yongzh was one of the few capable to do this, especially at such a scale.

      • Anonymous
        June 3, 2011

        This isn't about Exophase and gpSP. It's about Mupen64Plus.

        It was Paulscode who asked Ari64 to make the necessary changes for Mupen64plus to run on Android. Once he did, Yongzh started selling it. Yongzh didn't contribute anything (either fixes or money) to the Mupen64plus developers.

        After being asked repeatedly to comply with the GPL, Yongzh has refused to do so, and now claims that he cannot because he 'lost' the source code. Assuming that he isn't just lying and making up excuses, that would never have happened if he had complied with the requirements of the GPL from the start.

        Yongzh shouldn't have uploaded GPL apps to SlideME when he knew he couldn't provide source code. He's flouting the rules and is likely to soon find himself banned from SlideME.

      • Rotund
        February 22, 2012

        ZODTTD & YONGZH also will be remains the biggest assholes of the internet !!

  40. Guest!
    June 2, 2011

    Sh*t, lets flame Apple, you know they charge actual money for their operating system!!!!!!!! And its BSD based!!!!
    lets flame Google!!!! you know they still haven't released the honeycomb source!!!!!!
    You know we should really hate everyone who uses open source and doesn't keep their own sources up to date and if they try and sell it then hell, they should be burned at the stake!!
    Everything should be free, no one in the world should ever be able to make money off software…. ever…. I mean its just a load of 1's and 0's, right?..

    Phew.. incase no one could tell, I was being sarcastic.

    Anyway, free software is great, but if I created something and gave it to people, I would want to be paid.
    If I GPLed something, and someone made some money off it, sure I would be a little pissed, but if someone ported my code to another platform and packaged it into a nice piece of software and released the GPLed code, even if it took a while, then fair game, if I cared enough, I would make a competing piece of software.

    Time is money, effort is money, if you care enough, the up to date sources are available from the original devs, build it yourself and do whatever you want with it, but don't complain about people selling it.

    People who complain about "stealing" open source are idiots, how can you steal something open? The open code is always available, you are paying for the porting/packaging/improvement/compilation if you value that service. if people pay, then fine.

    Just my opinion anyway ;)

  41. Prfndhatrdofman
    June 2, 2011

    I'm a little confused. In an earlier comment you say: "you get what you pay for"

    Correct me if I'm wrong, but yongzh didnt develop half of his emulators from scratch right? These are ports of applications developed for free. You say you get what you pay for, but dont i get all these emulators for free on PC? Yongzh can charge people 2, 3, even 5 dollars for an application he didnt even develop on his own? He offers "lite" free versions of his emulators, but forces people to view ads. This doesn't comply with the GPL. You can't force someone to view adverts on free software. You cannot deny that this is all about money.

    You might be right. perhaps you should go back to developing things other than emulators.

    Don't get me wrong, I've supported you, i've benefited from products you've released on these markets. I've enjoyed them, when they weren't broken by an update anyway. The current PSX4All on Cydia is just like the PSX4Droid v2. Its slow as crap, and unplayable. I purchased it from Cydia, and I can't even download the original that I purchased that WORKED WELL. I'm not getting what I paid for. What I paid for had an optimistic future. I paid for something that worked well, and was playable.

    Please. You get what you pay for. Give me a break man. Cydia doesn't make you enough money, so its no longer your priority. Your reputation is poor now, so you post here on your site to voice your concerns. You don't follow through with anything zod. This is why your reputation is poor. You had a group of loyal customers, that havent been shown results. They turn on you, say that you're work is stolen. You call them trolls. We're all trolls and a**holes. Including you. You trolled us perfect. GPL/Charging for Emulators/BLAH BLAH BLAH. All that crap doesn't matter. Just follow through with what you start.

    Its too much to handle. So you're done then right? You're going to quit emulation? I've purchased 3 emulators from you that haven't been updated as promised. Why would you? You moved on to a new project so quickly every few months, and made money off of them instead. You should've slowed down and worked on your projects like promised. PSX4all was supposed to have iPad native resolution almost a year ago. You're clearly in too deep bro.

    I'm not going to ask for my money back though. I did get what I paid for. I was foolish, and purchased your emulators because I was impatient. Its only a matter of time before someone make a free port of PCSX that IS updated.

  42. zodttd
    June 3, 2011

    Hi. Thanks to those showing support! I'm on the road (trying to move in to a new place), but as soon as I can I will get to replying. :)

    Thanks!
    ZodTTD

    • Jeffrey
      June 6, 2011

      Zodttd, Please come back to ios.
      At least on cydia you can sell everything you want, im sure if n64iphone is working again a lot of people will buy and donate.

      We dont even need a fully updated version just a compatibility fix, there where a lot of apps in the app store that werent compatible with ios 4.2 and higher aswell that needed to be updated trough xcode, i could also send you a crash report if that would help, im on ipad 4.2.1

  43. zodttd
    June 3, 2011

    Tiger makes plenty of money from their "free" emulators. Self promotion of their other software and ads can do better at times than a sale on Android Market.

    Our emulators were more spotlighted than others though, in terms of branding and reach.

  44. Guy
    June 3, 2011

    PLEASE add wiimote support for gpsPhone!!!!

  45. Therev
    June 3, 2011

    No matter what happens you will always have gamers and emulator lovers. We will follow :) no matter where you have to take things, but please stay in the scene. Screw the trolls and the over zealous self rightous developers. You and yougzh have made my love for android complete. Thank you good sir! Keep on keeping on

  46. coolio86
    June 3, 2011

    I’m sorry Zod that this happened. Did Google even give a reason as to why they did this?

    I was going to get go from my iPhone to the Evo 3D, but if Google is gonna kill the Marketplace, I’m not sure.

  47. John
    June 5, 2011

    Sounds like its pretty rough i feel bad that u have to put up with that stuff. Also i know this makes me sound like a total ass but do u think itd be possible to get n64 iphone updated during the summer cuz thats the whole reason i got a newwer ipod but my softaware is one upgrade to high at 4.2.1. Your stuff is pretty much the only good thing for the ipod and makes it awesome

  48. gouki
    June 6, 2011

    They “the market” got kind of issue since a mounth with my market account . 1st lost snes then my nesoid then quake3droid and then before psx4droid ! 2nd there like 3 Android vnc (same) ,only trial AntiVirus and the market widget (2.1) … So you all did as you thot good !
    (when market becom your worst virus )

  49. syi
    June 7, 2011

    SlideMe is another market you could up to, yongzh moved there, you should check it out.

  50. sRam
    June 8, 2011

    Zod, you should just cone back to the Cydia world where you don’t have to put up with all of this crap and everyone loves you in Cydia. Even saurik probably plays with ur emulators. I loved n64iphone and would really love to be able to play it on my current iOS.
    Please make that your first priority. Thanx

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