Super Mario Run was a big success on its release last year, and this made fans hope if they will see more Nintendo Classics appear on the iOS. Sadly, almost immediately after, it was confirmed that there is no plan for another game in the works. Now if you want to play other games on the iPad or iPhone, you will have to get the Delta Emulator to do so. This is done via a method named sideloading, which does not require a jailbreak tool to use.
Installing the Emulator
Apple had previously shutdown the GBA4iOS, but to replace that, we have Delta Emulator. Delta Emulator has been initially received with high praises on Android and the iOS. At that point, the emulator only existed in a Beta form that was available only for the developers, but, as of this year, we can download it for personal use.
You will first want to get the API file. If you do not have it, you will not be able to download the emulator. Afterwards, you will have to download Cydia Impactor, it is available for Windows, Linux and Mac. The last step is to have your iTunes up to date and then proceed further with the tutorial.
Once all these previous steps are done, you can begin the installation process. To begin with, connect your Apple device to your PC using an USB. Once this has been completed, run the executable file that you got when you’ve downloaded Cydia Impactor. Now that you have Cydia running, it should detect your device. Go to the drop-down menu in the tools tab and choose your device.
After that, you will have to grab the emulator’s IPA file and drag it into your Cydia Tool Window. You will have to afterwards input your Apple ID. Once your ID has been entered, Cydia will start to install the Emulator using sideloading as its method. Be patient as it might take a while. When it is completed, you will find the icon for the emulator on your Home screen. Do not immediately tap it, as you will first have to Trut its Certificate. You can find this option in your Settings tab.