Question: Is There A 3ds Emulator For Android?

Is there Citra for Android?

Citra is available for Windows, Mac, and Android. For using the Windows version, a 64-bit operating system is required.

Is there any emulator for 3ds?

3DS (or 2DS) emulation is a work-in-progress and there isn’t an emulator on the market that can run games in a playable manner. That said we do have the citra-emu, which is currently an open-source experimental project that is able to run some 3DS homebrews; though commercial games aren’t playable yet!

How can I get 3ds on my Android?

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How can I play 3ds games on Android 2019?

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Is Citra a virus?

Citra is open-source, anyone can inspect the code themselves to verify it isn’t a virus. You only risk getting a virus by installing third party builds with unpublished source code, or by downloading ROMs from shady sites (something not condoned by this sub). Of course it isn’t a virus.

Emulators are legal to download and use, however, sharing copyrighted ROMs online is illegal. There is no legal precedent for ripping and downloading ROMs for games you own, though an argument could be made for fair use. Here’s what you need to know about the legality of emulators and ROMs in the United States.