Nintendo has come up with another hit with its Switch. For quite a long time its video consoles haven't been able to compete against PlayStation or Xbox, which are mainly aimed at offering us hyperrealistic and immersive experience. Nintendo offers us a gaming experience that's more focused on users looking for pure fun and playability instead of complex plots and steep learning curves, as is the case of many of Microsoft and Sony's titles.
The Nintendo Switch emulator for Android
And if we already had Android emulators for the rest of consoles of the Japanese brand, we couldn't go without a Nintendo Switch emulator. We're talking about SwitchDROID, which will turn our Android smartphone or tablet into the almost perfect device to play these games (the really perfect device would be the console itself).
This emulator offers us the chance to control all the games from our touchscreen but it's also compatible with external gamepads, therefore, the user experience is quite similar to what Switch is capable of offering us.
Furthermore, the good thing about this application is that other than Switch, it's also capable of emulating other older video consoles such as the Nintendo 64, 3DS or NES.