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<p>The Apple TV isn't even out yet and someone has created a retro games emulator for it.</p><p>That someone is developer James Addyman and the name of his emulator is "Provenance."</p><p>It's not just a single emulator, either. Provenance supports emulation of Sega Mega Drive, Master System, Mega CD, Game Gear, NES, SNES, Game Boy, and Game Boy Advance.</p><p>Addyman has been able to develop Provenance ahead of the Apple TV's arrival this October as he's one of the developers that have been given an Apple TV devkit to experiment with.</p><p>However, you probably shouldn't expect Provenance to be available when the Apple TV does launch. Why? C'mon, you think Apple would allow a console emulator on its new TV-based device?</p>It works, in theory...<p>To be honest, you probably wouldn't want to play these retro games on the Apple TV, anyway. The controls would be terrible.</p><p>At the moment, Apple TV games have to support the Siri remote as a gamepad. It only has a d-pad, accelerometer, and a single button.</p><p>Yeah, try playing, well, any shooter or platformer with those controls. We've talked about this before if you want to know more about the restrictions of the remote control.</p><p>Regardless, an emulator for Apple TV already exists that lets you turn it into other consoles. Kinda sums up the general developer reaction to it, don't you think?</p>Mac RumorsIt matters little if those who are inferior to us in merit should be like us in outside appearances.
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