Snes8x App Version 1.4 Available with MOGA Controller Support, for Both Pocket and Pro Versions
Snes8x App with MOGA Controller Support for Lots of Retro Gaming
The Snes8x app for Windows Phone 8 already has its 1.4 version. The app now gets MOGA controller support. Both the pocket version and the pro version of the controller are compatible. The Snes8x app is an emulator of Super Nintendo for Windows Phone. It has lots of features for fans of retro gaming around the world. Fans who have Windows Phone 8 devices can now use the SSnes8x app. The only condition required for the new MOGA controller support is the Update 3, or GDR3.
The Snes8x app is based on the Snes9x which is a free and portable emulator of SNES, the Super Nintendo Entertainment System. It enables users to play their favorite Super Nintendo games. They can play them anywhere with the app installed on their Windows Phone 8 devices. The Snes8x app also provides support for the virtual touch controls. There is support provided for the keyboard input too. Finally, the Snes8x app also provides support for XBox 360 Controllers. With the app, there is multiplayer support so that the game can be played by up to two players.
Users of Window Phone devices can enable the controller in the settings by opening the input section. They can watch a video to help them get an idea about how to pair the controller.
In the 1.4 version of the Snes8x app there is also a fix provided for an issue with the virtual controller. That issue is freezing which has created certain problems for users of the app. Now the fix can help users of Windows Phone devices who install the app to eliminate that problem. The 1.4 version of the Snes8x app can be downloaded from here. It is available in the Windows Phone Store as a free app. Its download size is 2 MB.