Emulation News: Citra for Android is finally here – You can now play Nintendo 3DS games with good performance on your smartphone!

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  3. kikershadow says:

    Lag on octacore with 4ram

  4. Lollypop says:

    Citra-ios
    Xash3d-ios
    Checkmate invictus unc0ver 13.3 repo updates

  5. jajabinx35 says:

    I prefer the unofficial ports. Seems to run games better. I mean Weihoya’s Citra Port runs MGS 3 without any graphical issues and some game has less stutter than the original port.

  6. cDh says:

    Tested in both my SD835 and SD845 phones with samus returns and mario kart 7 at 2x res (3x is overkill), games run better than they did on mmj build and some game glitches are fixed also it is obvious there is some kind of frame skip enabled. Cool stuff

    Make sure you delete the “citra-emu” before installing official citra if you were using the mmj build before.

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  8. Lodie says:

    If this has VR support currently or down the road, count me in!

  9. Travis says:

    How does this differ in performance compared to the fork? I remember on the original Citra build a lot of games could not run.

  10. CoBeHok says:

    don`t support 32bit? bye bye citra.

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