March 5th, 2011, 22:58
N64oid brings Nintendo 64 emulation to Android devices
Category: Nintendo 64
There's not exactly a shortage of video game emulators for Android devices, but there has been one notable, 64-bit exception. That's finally been rectified with the just-released N64oid application, however, which finally brings emulation of Nintendo 64 games to the platform -- and, like the other emulators from developer Yongzh, it's conveniently available right in the Android Market (for $5.99). As you might expect, there are a few glitches and hiccups to be found even on high-end phones like the Nexus S, but it does seem to run remarkably well for an initial release and, as Download Squad points out, you can also use a separate, freely-available app to add some Wiimote controls to the proceedings. Also, it means you can play Goldeneye on your phone.
Webmaster of DCEmu - The Homebrew and Gaming Network
March 6th, 2011, 21:28
Does it really remotely run/keep up?