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6 Apr, 2024
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In a recent update, Apple has revised its App Store guidelines to permit the availability of retro game emulators worldwide, providing users with the option to download titles. However, the company emphasizes that developers must ensure compliance with copyright regulations.

This move aligns Apple more closely with its Android counterparts, where a ton of emulators are already available, enabling users to enjoy classic games on their devices. The introduction of these emulators to the App Store is expected to attract developers who specialize in retro gaming.

Under the new guidelines, emulator apps are required to utilize an in-app purchase system for offering digital items, potentially opening up a new revenue stream for Apple.

The update follows previous adjustments made in response to regulatory demands, including making it easier for streaming game stores and in-app purchases for mini-games and AI chatbots.