Nintendo Switch is a highly-praised console, although it doesn’t have such an impressive gaming catalog as PlayStation 4 or Xbox One. Released in 2017, Nintendo Switch is enjoying over 52 million units sold. Nintendo reported this number back in January.
Since Android is the most popular operating system for mobile devices, it was only a matter of time until gadgets equipped with it will receive an emulator for Nintendo Switch.
Having an account is required
The emulator requires that a user has to create an account and log in. The official website claims that an American studio has created the emulator, but it’s highly improbable. The app features Chinese text and poor English translations.
Feel free to see the emulator in action below:
It may not be the most practical thing in the world, but you can now emulate Nintendo Switch games on Android if you have a very powerful Snapdragon phone. This is a showcase of Nintendo Switch on a Realme X50 Pro 5g with a Gamesir X2 controller.
There are plenty of exciting titles running on Nintendo Switch, and we can remind of Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, Luigi’s Mansion 3, Splatoon 2, The Legend of Zelda: Breath of The Wild, Tetris 99, Minecraft, Fortnite, Diablo III, The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim, Rocket League, Super Mario Party, Arms, Overcooked 2, Nintendo Yoshi Series, and many more.
Nintendo Switch is a hybrid console that can be used both as a home console and a mobile device. The console features wireless Joy-Con controllers, standard buttons, as well as directional analog sticks for motion sensing, user input, and tactile feedback. The support for handheld-style play is also present.
If you’re willing to buy a Nintendo Switch console, you must know that there’s no use to dig too deep in your pocket. The console has introductory prices revolving around the amounts of US$299.99, ¥29,980, GB£279.99, and €329.99.