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SEGA Dreamcast Emulator for Android Already Booting Games

By Legacy December 14, 2010, 4:55 pm

Yesterday, we reported about the surprise emergence of nullDC, a Dreamcast emulator, for Android. Flash forward a day later and it looks like the developer of the project, drk||Raziel, already has games booting up.

With the last post simply showing a BIOS test, these latest videos certainly have us encouraged that development is progressing much faster than most probably anticipated. That being said, we're not quite there yet, folks, as the frame rate is a bit sluggish at this point. Still, the fact that we already get to see the likes of Crazy Taxi, Shenmue, DOA2, and Power Stone running on Android is nothing less than amazing. It's also clear that the developer is using hardware keys to navigate, so an on-screen interface still needs to be implemented. What Dreamcast games would you like to play using your Android?

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Note: PlayStation fans should check out PSX4Droid.

Crazy Taxi

Shenmue

Power Stone

Dead or Alive 2

Source: drk||Raziel's blog

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