Does what it should, really. It's meant to enjoy 64-bit retro titles from an older generation. Unfortunately, the ads bring the quality down a lot. It used to be there were no ads, and if they were they didn't add a wait time to get into a game. Yeah, there's the pro version, and I may or may not purchase that down the road. It just never used to be necessary.
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This app is pretty good, runs games well etc. Advertisements on loading ie the artificial 10 second buffer they put there to force an ad are annoying, especially since I paid to remove ads, but it's not that big of a deal. What I find most annoying is the lack of an options menu for things like volume. I'm playing Ocarina of Time while listening to an audio book, and the game is louder than my book. No in game options to adjust volume, and not having one in the app is such an oversight.
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this thing is awesome. only downside is just not having like an attachment that would free up the whole screen and make the z button like the trigger it was on the original controller. it's not too terrible but with games that were built around using it like a trigger or a hold button it makes it a little cumbersome having to press it with you index finger while trying to use your thumb to control the joy stick on the same screen you're viewing the game. but for nostalgia, totally worth it!
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