Tacoma, WA -- (ReleaseWire) -- 11/25/2016 -- Game software developers Hybrid Enterprise have recently announced that their new 3DS Emulator for Android devices is now available for free download from the Google Play app. It can be revealed that the app will be free only till the month of November 2016 after which it will come at a cost of $19.99 once it is officially released.
A representative of Hybrid Enterprise commented, "The 3DS Emulator for Android will allow users to run popular Nintendo 3DS games such as Pokemon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire, Mario Kart 7, Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate, Super Smash Bros, and several others. Our design team has been working hard for the past couple of years in order to develop this app trying to perfect the quality, speed, and gameplay so that players are offered the best gaming experiences."
He added, "We have decided to offer this useful Android emulator for free download for a limited period, so 3DS game fans should not miss this great chance and start downloading. Still, we will continue to provide news, free updates and regular bug fixes to all our free and paid users." He also maintained that the latest version has fixed all the issues and bugs from the beta versions.
According to the information posted at Google Play, the 3DS Emulator for Android app will feature the option of transferring data from the users' actual Nintendo 3DS to their Android devices. The app will also support all Nintendo DS and DSi titles including new games. Hybrid Enterprise has also added the multiplayer feature which will allow users to go online with their friends, and family.
Sources claim that the availability of the app for Android will delight many Android devices users who have always desired to play 3DS games on their devices. For more details go to http://3dsemulatorandroid.net
About 3DS Emulator Android
It is a new handy app for Android devices that will allow users to easily play 3DS games. Developed and designed by Hybrid Enterprise, the app will help emulate the Android device as a Nintendo 3DS and let users play the games which were only supportable in a 3DS device.
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