By Joe Levi | January 31, 2011 4:06 PM
Tiger Lab is an Android app which lets you “play” Nintendo DS games on your Android-powered device. Well, sorta. Presently it’s a proof-of-concept demo that the developer says will only be available for a limited time. If you want to try it, you’ll want to get it fast (the link is below).
The developer has the following to say:
“1. VERY EARLY PROTOTYPE VERSION (BETA) FOR DEMO ONLY.
2. It is very, very slow so you (should) not expect to play NDS game(s) with this emulator.
3. It is used to (demonstrate) that NDS game(s) can be played on Android phone.”
If you want to try it anyway, put your nds ROM files in a folder called /sdcard/roms/nds. Zipped nds ROMs aren’t supported, and the files must end in .nds. The app should load the game and allow you to “play” it, though even high-end phones will be very, very slow. How slow? Let’s just say that’s why we put “play” in quotation marks.
If you give this one a try, make sure you let us know your experiences in the comments below!
Source: Pocket Hacks