Nintendo Emulator “Pizza Boy” no Longer Available on Google Play


Following the recent shutdown of Switch emulator Yuzu, it looks like Nintendo’s relentless legal manoeuvring has left a lasting impression on the emulation community, especially with app developers. Davide Berra, developer of the “Pizza” series emulators has announced that he will be taking down his apps on Google Play, which allowed users to play retro Gameboy and Gameboy Advance games. In a statement made online, he comments:

“Dear Friends and supporters, after seven incredible years of development and adventures with my apps, I have made the difficult decision to remove them permanently from the Play Store. My family comes first, and for this reason, I have chosen to prioritise my family over the development of my apps. I want to thank each and every one of you for your incredible support over the years. Your words of encouragement, feedback, and constant support have been a source of inspiration for me and my work. Thank you again for everything. You have been fantastic. With gratitude, Davide.”

READ: Android DS Emulator “DraStic” is now Free to Download

Berra cites that his family now comes as his main focus, resulting in the removal of his emulation apps on Google Play. Given how ruthless Nintendo is when it comes to emulation, we can’t say we blame him; just days ago, DraStic emulator developer Exophase announced that he will soon be removing his app from Google Play as well.

Source: Nintendolife

Mike Viray
A writer and content creator with a love for tech and music, Mike is also an avid gamer as well. He and his wife are big fans of Mario Kart.

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