Kindle Fire Hacked To Run Nintendo 64 Games

Owners of the new Amazon Kindle, who have already become a little bored with the range of games available for the new Amazon Android tablet. Might be please to know that a developer has been able to created an emulator that will allow classic Nintendo 64 games to be played on Amazon’s Kindle Fire using the power of its dual core processor.

Kindle Fire Nintendo

From the small amount of information that is available about the Kindle Fire hack. The emulator will already allow the Kindle to play, Mario Kart and The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina. With controls being superimposed over the screen of the tablet.

For more information and to watch a video of the Nintendo 64 games in action on the Amzon Kindle Fire. Jump over to the Kotaku website.

Source: Kotaku

Filed Under: Android News, Gaming News, Tablet News
  • David Johnston

    There is no need for a hack for the Kindle Fire.  Get the N64oid emulator.  Install it via sideloading.  Copy over some ROM images. Play.  I have a bunch of emulators working on my non-rooted Kindle Fire.

  • sanjeev

    Stupid question – what is “install via sideloading”

  • Gbvenom

    That means either downloading the app by getting apks  directly to your device, or doing the same with your computer and transferring it to your Fire.