Android has quickly become known for its suite of classic game console emulators such as the Sega Genesis, the Super Nintendo, and the Gameboy Advance. Even the original PlayStation has gotten its own emulator. The Nintendo 64 is ready to jump into the fold, though, as the same folks who’ve brought us the “oid” series of emulators has introduced N64oid.
It has the usual emulator features such as translucent on-screen controls and the ability to map keys to specific buttons. (Good for you Game Gripper fans out there.) And compatibility is expected to be very good as most games play with exceptional speed and sound. (Though they warn you might need a high-end device to get that kind of performance.)
via: Android market