[dropcap]W[/dropcap]e all know very well that the tech giant Google’s most used mobile operating system, of course, I am talking about Android has shown that it can become a complete gaming platform. As some examples, we have in the bets of giants like Nvidia, who have seen in Android the possibilities to turn the system into a videogame console. Now, according to the latest reports, recently, a well-known developer has just launched the world’s first Nintendo Switch emulator for Android.
World’s First Nintendo Switch Emulator For Android – Download Now
The tech giant Google’s most used mobile operating system, of course, I am talking about Android has shown that it can become a complete gaming platform. As some examples, we have in the bets of giants like Nvidia, who have seen in Android the possibilities to turn the system into a videogame console.
And not only that even the app store of Android, of course, the Google Play Store is also full of emulators that allow us to enjoy old and new console gaming or television if we have an Android device. Now, a developer has launched the first major project to emulate Nintendo Switch games on Android.
The Nintendo Switch was released two years ago and by the end of 2018, Nintendo had sold 32 million units. The possibilities of the console and its exclusive titles of great success as The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, Pokemon: Let’s Go and much more, that simply makes many Android users look sideways at Google Play, hoping that one day appears a Nintendo Switch emulator.
The first major project in this regard has just started and is called “MonoNX”, it is an emulator currently which is in its early stages of development and seeks to emulate Nintendo Switch in Android. The development has been unveiled in the XDA forums by the user Cyubii. At the moment the emulator does not show any graph and only shows the main access console.
The operation is very slow and for the moment the game has not been enabled. However, the project is beginning to take shape and the creator has shared the code, so it is possible that with the collaboration of the entire community, we will soon see the first results of this app.
The first tests performed by the developer have been made, as detailed, with a Snapdragon 625, getting executions of Switch graphics at only 15 fps. In the details given to other developers, it is indicated that you need at least 4 GB of RAM and an ARM64 or X86 64-bit processor.
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If you are a developer and you want to enter to shape the MonoNX emulator, its creator has left the direct link for download on Google Play, as well as the test ROM that can be downloaded from Google Drive. So, what do you think about this? Simply share all your views and thoughts in the comment section below.