Nah ... but I can't imagine there's not one out there somewhere I'm just gonna grab the ARM versions, as the XScale processor is based off the StrongARM, and from what I've been reading, they work, though for example, the SNES emulators are dog slow (like 1 - 5fps
) Figure that might work ok for RPGs or something, until someone gets some re-compiled for XScale processors.
I'm gonna pick up a memory card (whichever's cheaper of the two) this weekend (Best Buy's got a 10% off deal going), so I can load roms and emulators on it, and save the onboard memory for processing ... some people have had some noticable improvements in performance on the SNES emulators that way. The NES / 8Bit generation consoles, and earlier all seem to work peachy. It's the 16bit and up that are sluggish (though work ok on StrongARM equipped PDA's).
There's even a GBA emulator in production that supposedly works, but is buggy. Funny thing though ... the GBA uses a StrongARM processor ... one would think the cpu translation would be minimal, if at all, to get it to run on either StrongARM or XScale equipped PDA's.
Another thing I gotta pick up this weekend at Best Buy is the Game Boy Player ... hoping they have some in stock, since it just came out on Monday, and I've not seen any places taking any more preorders after June 1st, because they'd already gone through all their pre-orders