The popular Nintendo emulator, Delta, which made a lot of noise a few weeks ago, is now getting a version that is optimized for the iPad. Developer shared an update on Threads this weekend, revealing that an iPad app is in the works and is now a priority after Apple changed its stance on game emulators. The iPad app is “near completion” and Testut’s subscribers you can get it now through AltStore, an alternative marketplace created by the developer a few years ago to sideload iOS and iPadOS apps. Otherwise, you can wait a while until it comes with the next major Delta update, version 1.6.

In the post, Testut also shared a sneak peek of how it will work on the iPad. Delta was released as a successor to Testut’s Game Boy Advance emulator, GBA4iOS, and supports numerous other Nintendo systems, including the NES, SNES, N64, and DS. It shouldn’t be long before the iPad version is finished — Testutt wrote that the team just needs to “finish the controller skins [and] fixed some recent bugs.” They are also working on a device-to-device multiplayer, Testut (but that’s still a few items down the checklist). And as an added treat, he said a SEGA Genesis emulator is also on the way. This is still in beta, but will be available “soon”.