N64oid: Nintendo 64 emulator released for Android

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Fans of the Nintendo 64 with Android phones – rejoice. Thanks to N64oid, a Nintendo 64 emulator, you’re now able to bring your favorite Nintendo 64 games with you wherever you go.  The app that’s been worked on for over a year has just been released on the Android Market. While you can download the emulator from the Android Market, you won’t be able to obtain any game ROMs there. We haven’t gotten around to trying the emulator, but the developer has been known for his/her other emulators – namely NESoid, SNESoid that have high ratings on the Market, so you can expect the emulator to be of a good standard. Either way, the launch of this emulator has just increased the number of games available on Android phones. Head here to purchase N64oid from the Android Market for $5.99.

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