Yongzh may have gotten his account closed and emulators pulled off the Android Market but that hasn’t stopped Mr. emulator himself from going elsewhere and continuing on with his emulators and updating them. One update, however, brings a really awesome feature: multiple bluetooth controller support.
Two stories that came out this weekend, actually late Friday, are pretty interesting. The first is about an iOS developer who saw a staggering 91% piracy rate for their game on the App Store. This shows that Android isn’t the only one that suffers from piracy. The second story is about Yonghz and his emulators which were pulled off the market.
Yongzh, the developer of the most popular emulators on the Android Market, has be completely shut down. The hints that this was going to happen have been coming over the course of the past couple of month with the odd emulator being pulled here and there. Now, a total crackdown has happened.
The ODroid by Hardkernel, for those of you who forgot about this little device, is a handheld portable game console sporting the Android OS and looks like a PSP but with more buttons. You can also hook it up to your tv with 720p video output via HDMI should you want to show off your mad Farm Frenzy skills while at your buddy’s house.