Developer endrift has just updated his popular GBA emulator, mGBA. This major update officially supports the Wii, Nintendo 3DS, and PS Vita, in addition to Windows, Linux, and OS X.
mGBA was already compatible with the PS Vita, but this is apparently the first version to “officially” support it, which means we can expect future builds to have our favorite handheld supported.
On the PS Vita, mGBA is different from other emulators such as gpsp, as it was made specifically as a native PS Vita emulator (while GPSP was designed for the PSP). It’s running through the rejuvenate platform and you can run it if you have a PS Vita on firmware 3.51 or lower (see our rejuvenate page for details on how to run homebrews on your PS Vita).
The full changelog (it’s a big one!):
Officially supported ports for the Nintendo 3DS, Wii, and PlayStation Vita
Update: We incorrectly stated initially that this release supports the Wii U. This was, in fact, the Wii (although you can probably run it on Wii U through vWii). Not sure what weird stuff I’ve been drinking lately, apologies for the confusion.