Ever wished you could play your favorite Xbox 360, Windows or Windows 7 games on your iOS device? Well that may all become a reality thanks to a programmer named Andrew Russell. He is developing ExEn, an open source software that allows developers to port games created with XNA to platforms such as iOS and Silverlight. As if the iOS platform didn’t have enough games already, with ExEn it’s going to have access to even more.
While the program is far from complete, the developer has recently released the first public preview of ExEn to show off his progress. He also mentions that an Android version is in the works, so Android users, don’t feel left out. Which XNA-based (Xbox 360, Windows or Windows Phone 7) game would you like to see brought over to iOS/Android?
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