Dolphin Emulator finally adds cheats to Android

If you’re into playing classic console games on your smartphone, you probably would have come across Dolphin Emulator, a free, open-source video game emulator for Nintendo GameCube and Wii. It’s available on all major platforms such as Android, Linux, Windows, and macOS. And thanks to the active developer community, the emulator keeps getting better with new features and improvements. Case in point: the team behind the project has just shared the progress report for the month of October, detailing various changes and improvements they have made to the emulator.
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Most notably, Dolphin for Android is finally making it easier to use cheat codes. While the Android version always has had the ability to hook into various types of cheat codes and patches, it lacked the proper GUI for it. But that is no longer the case as the team has finally incorporated a new cheats menu that lets users access Dolphin’s Cheat interfac…

Written By: Kishan Vyas

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