NO$GBA Since the first GameBoy was released,
emulator developer Martin Korth already had a Game Boy emulator to run on DOS. This was in 1997. Fast forward to two years later and he made an upgrade to Game Boy Color and for users to get this upgrade, he charged $10.
However, due to the innovations of other code crackers, this color function was copied and the freeware was left at the last version of 2.5.
In comes the No$GBA, which followed suit by 2001 which is an emulator for Game Boy Advance by Nintendo. It can perform in both Windows and DOS operating systems and by 2006, No$GBA upgraded to a Nintendo DS emulator as well. DS Lite and DSi emulation came naturaly thereafter. Today NoGBA is the #1 best and most compatible DS / DSi XL PC emulator for homebrew and commercial nds roms as well as Gameboy Advance games and GBA multilayer link cable emulation (where it competes with VBALink)
The No$GBA has several great features, like it allows for one to save. This option is perfect for those always on the go and they keep on leaving their games hanging. No need to start from scratch with this emulator. Also, it has a multiple player function that allows you to compete or play with other computers with this emulator.