Windows Phone owners might be able to play a lot of classic console games on their smartphone soon. The team behind the popular game emulator RetroArch have announced plans to bring it to Microsoft's mobile platform.
In a blog post, the main developer stated that the upcoming 1.4 version of RetroArch will include a "Windows Runtime (WinRT) port so that RetroArch can run on Windows Phones among other things". That leaves open the possibility that it could also be used on Windows 10 and Windows 10 Mobile as well, although that's not confirmed in the blog. He adds:
"I hope to get something substantial done by end of February/March, but don't hold me to that."
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