Nintendo Switch Emulator Android Smartphone
PC gamers are probably familiar with Yuzu, one of the most popular open source Nintendo Switch emulators, but now, there’s a mobile version based on its code. Called Egg NS, this Switch emulator requires a smartphone powered by a Snapdragon 855, 855 Plus, 865 or 865 Plus chipset, along with a special GameSir X2 USB-C game controller that will set you back an additional $99.99. Those aren’t the only requirements, as to play any game, you’ll have to register for an account and then log-in as well. Read more for two videos and additional information.

Whether it be the Realme X50 Pro 5G or Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra, you’ll be able to run games like Pokémon Sword/Shield, Super Mario Odyssey, The Legend of Zelda: Link’s Awakening, Pokémon Let’s Go, and a few others, but with slowdown at times. In all, it’s compatible with over 80 Switch games, with 73 running into errors at some point in the emulation.

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Should you get a high-end Android smartphone just for this emulator if you don’t already have one? We most certainly think not, but should you have a compatible handset, it may be worth checking out, that’s if you don’t mind spending another $100 on a USB-C game controller.