Nintendo did it once again with its Nintendo Switch. The release of this video console redesigned the way we approach video games as it also did before with the release of other consoles such as the Wii, Nintendo 3DS or Nintendo 64... or at least if we refer to those gamers keen on rather different experiences compared to those offered by PlayStation or Xbox.
Play with the Switch on your Android
But the peculiar format of this video console hasn't been an obstacle for us to be able to play all its games on Android smartphones and tablets by means of emulators for this operating system. One of them is LightSwitch, which despite being a project still under development can already be downloaded and used.
This emulator belongs to a project called Skyline and is developed by several developers. It comes along with a simple user interface that allows us to browse through the folders on our device to load games in ROM format without any problems. However, the games aren't included in the emulator so, as usual, you'll have to figure out how to download them all by yourself.