RetroArch v0.9.9 has officially been rolled out on all platform targets.
The new platforms that are supported with this release of RetroArch are as follows:
- iOS (both jailbroken and non-jailbroken – non-jailbroken requires that you are a registered developer and can compile your own copy of RetroArch + cores)
- Blackberry 10
- Blackberry Playbook Tablet OS
The other platforms which are already supported by the RetroArch/libretro projects have all received updates (with some pretty extensive changes – more on that in an upcoming blog post).
WHERE TO GET IT
Windows: New users can download 32- and 64-bit flavors of RetroArch and RetroArch-Phoenix from Themaister’s site:
Existing users can/should download the new version through RetroArch-Phoenix’s built-in ‘RetroArch Updater’ utility. (this is the preferred update method for existing users to save massive bandwidth!)
Mac OS X users can download hunterk’s builds from this post on the libretro forum:
Debian/Ubuntu/Mint users can add hunterk’s Launchpad PPA repository to their Synaptic/apt sources:
iOS users can find RetroArch iOS in one of Cydia’s default repositories – ZodTTD & MacCiti.
You can also add our own Cydia repository in order to get it, located at:
Most cores will work with both tethered and untethered jailbreaks, but cores that require the use of a dynamic recompiler (dynarec; DeSmuME and PCSX-ReARMed) will require a full, untethered jailbreak to function.
Android users can get the latest version from the Google Play Store. Xperia play controls seem to be wonky, but we hope to have that fixed very soon.
Wii users should use this package:
Blackberry Playbook users should use this package:
Blackberry 10 users should use this package:
PS3 users can get the DEX and CEX versions from the usual sources.
Xbox1 and Xbox360 users can get their respective versions from the usual sources.
OpenPandora users can get builds from lifning’s repo: