Xbox 360 emulator on ios Archives

Xbox 360 emulator on ios Archives

xbox 360 emulator on ios Archives

xbox 360 emulator on ios Archives

Xbox app for Windows 10 PC

Connect and chat with friends

Chat

Chat with a friend or as a group using voice or text, and share gifs, screenshots or game clips for a visual and interactive chat experience.

Works seamlessly with Xbox Game Bar

Start a conversation in the app, then simply press Win+G to continue the conversation with Xbox Game Bar while playing your favourite game.

App notifications

With app notifications that appear in Windows Action Centre you’ll never miss a message, party invite or friend request.

Shop for PC games

Use the Store tab in the app to browse and buy your favourite digital PC games, DLC or add-ons. Xbox Game Pass members get up to 20% off games and up to 10% off DLC and add-ons for games in the Xbox Game Pass library.

OSWindows 10 (v. or higher required for many games)
ProcessorIntel Core iH; AMD Ryzen 5 H
GPUNVIDIA GTX ; AMD Radeon RX
Memory8GB RAM, 3GB VRAM
StorageGB
DirectX®DirectX 12 API
Monitorp

System requirements vary by game; performance scales with higher-end systems.
Not supported on Windows 10 in S mode.

Xbox app feedback

Here at Xbox, we are a passionate team of gamers who are inspired to continue improving the gaming experience on Windows  Help us build the app by providing feedback. In the app, go to Settings > Feedback and share your thoughts, so you can help us build a gaming client you love.

  • Xbox Game Pass sold separately.
Источник: [vvjstudio.com]
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XBox emulator for iOS (Download for iPhone vi)

This is an experimental emulator for the Xbox compatible with Android OS devices

Quite a few real games run. Quite a few don&#;t. Feel free to contribute your own updates, screenshots, and information there following the existing conventions.

The emulator doesn&#;t require any Xbox system files.

Play + PC XBOX Game on your iOS Device!
Using 30MB APP to play GB games!
One press and your can make your own videos!
You can play with your friends all over the world!

App info:

  • Version i Updated
  • Size: MB
  • Os: iOS + (recommended)
  • Device: iPhone 7+ (recommended)

THIS APP DOES NOT COME WITH GAMES. You must own and acquire your own games to use them with XBox emulator.

This app is licensed by the GNU GPL v2+, and the full source code is available through the public Git repository

Highlights:
• Fastest emulation, therefore saves your battery to the MAX.
• Very high game compatibility. Run nearly all games without a problem.
• Link cable emulation either on the same device, or across devices over Bluetooth or Wi-Fi.
• Gyroscope/tilt/solar sensor and rumble emulation through your Android&#;s hardware sensors and vibrator.

High-level BIOS emulation. No BIOS file needed.

LEGAL: This product is not affiliated with, nor authorized, endorsed or licensed in any way by Microsoft Corporation, its affiliates or subsidiaries.

  • XBox emulator for iOS (Download iPhone App): gld-emui
Tags: , app , Download , emulator , ios , Ipad , iphone , mobile , One , XBox
Источник: [vvjstudio.com]
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You’re bored: Here’s how to play any old-school video game you want

I will begin this guide by asking you to check your internet law degree at the door. Yes, emulation software is entirely legal. Yes, "backing up" games is entirely legal and downloading other people's backups of games you already own might be legal (but nobody has tested it in court). No, downloading other people’s copies of games you don't own is definitely not legal. Are we all clear on that? Great.

If you are a scared baby and cannot handle some gray market hi-jinx, I will direct you towards your local vvjstudio.com where you can purchase a variety of Classic or Mini consoles and game compilations. If you’d like to live your life within the confines of the PlayStation Store, Nintendo Switch Online, or the Google Play or Apple App Store, I cannot stop you. Go forth, rich person, and pay for Sonic the Hedgehog 2 for the twelfth time in your life. You are morally superior to us all and can close this tab.

Okay, now that the narcs are gone, let’s play some damn video games.

To start off, let’s assume you don’t know anything about emulation. An emulator is a piece of software that mimics the console hardware of game systems past, allowing other hardware to run games that were specifically built for another machine. The files of these games are pulled off of retail release copies and are mostly called ROMs or ISOs depending on the console’s software medium. TL;DR: The emulator is a copy of the console and the ROM is a copy of the game.

I cannot legally tell you where to find ROMs or ISOs for games you do not own. Perhaps you should Google "[Game Title] + ROM + download" and see what you find. Perhaps you should ask our friends over at vvjstudio.com for some help. Perhaps there are subreddits dedicated to this. Legally, I cannot say.

The emulator is a copy of the console and the ROM is a copy of the game

Now once you have a copy of a game, there are different places one can run an emulator, such as an Android device, PC, or Mac. At the moment Apple does not allow emulation on its iOS platform but if you’re interested I shall direct you to the geniuses behind vvjstudio.com

When you’ve decided which platform you prefer, each OS will have a variety of apps one can run for each console—but the universal solution for nearly every legacy console on nearly every piece of hardware is an open-source app called RetroArch. RetroArch is very powerful and versatile, but confusing enough that we shall set it aside for today. (I can hear the hardcore emulation enthusiasts groaning in the back but, I’m sorry, if you can work RetroArch, you do not need this guide. Please go argue with the aforementioned narcs.)

Below I will break down the piece of dedicated software I recommend that you use for each major retro console, depending on whether you use a Mac, PC, or Android device. Because each app has a specific interface and its own approach to controllers, graphics, and audio settings, we suggest you use YouTube to find a tutorial on each app.

Without further ado, here are the emulators you will need to play the vast majority of retro games:

Nintendo

Nintendo games are by far the easiest to emulate, thanks to their popularity and straightforward design. If you’d like to emulate the NES, you can do that in your browser, but for the best experience, we suggest traveling to the Mushroom Kingdom via higan, a multi-system emulator for Windows, OpenEmu, a gorgeous multi-system emulator for Mac, and vvjstudio.com for Android.

To step things up to the bit SNES, you can use the same Mac and PC apps, but we’d recommend Snes9x EX+ for Android. For N64, there’s Project64 for Windows, trusty old OpenEmu for Mac, and Mupen64Plus FZ on Android.

By the time you get to the GameCube or Wii, your main option is Dolphin for all platforms. It’s very good! For the entire Game Boy and Game Boy Advance libraries, we’d use mGBA on Windows, OpenEmu again on the Mac, and vvjstudio.com on Android. For Wii U, use Cemu.

DS emulation has come a long way recently and you can use DeSmuME on Windows, our old pal OpenEmu on Mac, and DraStic DS on Android. If you’re really ambitious, you can get into 3DS emulation with Citra for Windows and Mac and its unofficial port for Android. Phew!

Sega

Sega does what Nintendon’t! Sega systems are a bit harder to emulate than Nintendo systems, largely thanks to their architecture. When systems are harder to emulate, you’re going to see scattered differences between what plays on the emulator and what you’d get from an official console experience. For Sega systems, these are most often sound problems. However, if you’d like to emulate the Sega Master System or Game Gear you can once again use higan for Windows, OpenEmu for Mac, and vvjstudio.com or vvjstudio.com for Android.

For the giant library of Sega Genesis/Mega Drive/CD/32x (never change, Sega) games, we’d use Kega Fusion on the Mac and PC and vvjstudio.com on Android. Sega Saturn is a bit harder to emulate than other consoles, both due to a lack of public interest in the library and its overly complex architecture. However, if you need some Panzer Dragoon, we’d use Yabause on Windows and Mac and Yaba Sanshiro on Android.

Finally, to play Dreamcast’s phenomenal library of classics, download the excellent Redream which is compatible with all three platforms. SEGA!

Sony

Sony’s PlayStation consoles each have enormous libraries, but after the PSX it gets a bit harder to run each of them. To play Crash Team Racing on PSX, use ePSXe for Windows and Android or OpenEmu for Mac.

For PS2, you can use PCSX2 on Windows with mixed results, or DamonPS2 on Android for very, very bad results. Mac users are left out in the cold here. Similarly, the PS3 can only be emulated on Windows with RPCS3. You won’t be running PS3 games on your MacBook. (Sorry, babe, but why did you think that would be possible?) Finally, for all your PSP needs, there is PPSSPP available for all platforms.

SNK

Neo Geo and Neo Geo Pocket Color games like the King of Fighters series can be played using Mednafen on Windows, OpenEmu on Mac (you’ll need to enable "experimental" cores in the settings menu and then download the MAME core), or either vvjstudio.com or vvjstudio.com on Android.

NEC

Though it goes by many names, the TurboGrafx/PC Engine/CoreGrafx platform is home to some spectacular titles (like Ys I & II) you might have missed out on in your youth. To play these games, use Mednafen on your PC, OpenEmu once again on the Mac, and vvjstudio.com on Android.

Arcade

Save your quarters and get your old school arcade fix using Mednafen on Windows, OpenEmu on Mac (you’ll need to enable "experimental" cores in the settings menu and then download the MAME core), or the appropriately titled Mame4droid on Android.

Microsoft

And not to end on a sour note but, for a variety of reasons, there are no good options for emulating Xbox or Xbox games. The good news is that many Xbox exclusives are also available for Windows because ya know… Microsoft. All hail Master Chief (at least for the first two games.)

And with that, we leave you to go get your feet wet with emulation. There are so many games scattered throughout the history of this glorious industry that you will likely never run out of retro titles to explore. But, once more for legal reasons: Don't pirate games. 😉

Источник: [vvjstudio.com]
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