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The first iPhone game streaming service brings hundreds of licensed retro games

An iPhone in a Backbone game controller displaying the Antstream frontend on screen.
Antstream Arcade makes retro gaming on the iPhone easier with access to a library of licensed games. | Image: Antstream

Apple opened the door for game streaming services in its App Store following the implementation of the European Union’s Digital Markets Act (DMA) last year, but the first such service that will arrive on iOS and iPadOS next week will cater to hardcore retro gamers, as pointed out by Cult of Mac.

Antstream, which is already available on several platforms like Xbox, Windows, Android, and Amazon devices, boasts a catalog of over 1,300 retro games that can be played on demand, including Missile Command, Sam & Max Hit the Road, Asteroids, and Super Star Wars: Return of the Jedi.

There are now several excellent retro gaming emulators available for Apple’s mobile devices, including Delta, RetroArch, and PPSSPP, which focuses on the PlayStation…

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