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Google pulls Yong Zhang game emulator apps from Android Market, suspends dev account

If you are a fan of emulator apps on your Android device Google has taken a heavy hand to the apps recently. You might recognize the emulators Nesoid, Snesoid, N64oid, and Gameboid developed by Yong Zhang with the account name Yongzh. Apparently, Google has axed that developer account and pulled all of the emulators from the Android Market. We don’t know right now what prompted the emulators to get pulled.

PSX4Droid Playstation Emulator now is free for all, and open source

PSX4Droid is a very popular Playstation emulator that was in the Android Market, that is right up until the Xperia Play launched then out of no where Google pulled the app for violating content policies. You can read more about that here. We aren't sure if they just finally pulled the trigger to pull the app, or if Sony and their exciting Xperia Play had a role in that.

SEGA Dreamcast Emulator Coming Soon To Android

Gaming is becoming more and more popular on not only Android devices, but mobile devices as a whole. With this growth, experienced gamers are looking for ways to bring back the memories of some of their favorite titles all the way back to the NES. Now Android users will be getting the option to play some of their previous favorites with a SEGA Dreamcast emulator which is nearing release.

ZodTTD developing a PSX emulator for Android

Those of you ex-iPhone users may be familiar with the name. He has been jailbreaking iPhone's for the longest and he's developed a few emulators for the platform.  ZodTTD is now working on bringing a Playstation emulator to Android. And he is partnering up with our current favorite Android emulator creator, yongzh. ZodTTD was likely persuaded to start work on Android after a petition was signed with 2,000 signatures from his fans requesting he bring his talents over to Android.

Use Your Wii Remote For Games On Android

This is an awesome hack, it’s actually not much hacking involved but we’ll still call it that because it sounds cooler. You can now use your Wii remote to play games on your Android device. There is no need to use onscreen buttons now.

HTC Incredible Coming Soon Site Is Live

Since the release of the G1, highly anticipated Android has been given their own space full of information and teasery, that’s right, teasery. The HTC Incredible now has a coming soon site, but unlike its predecessors, there not much information on this site and you can forget about an emulator, for now.
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