EKA2L1 app revives old Nokia games with new Android devices


Despite the great development in smartphones, their software, and games, many people are nostalgic for the classic games that were present in old phones and seek to play them on their devices, according to what was mentioned by Russia Today.

As a step to delight fans of old Nokia mobile games, some developers have launched the EKA2L1 application for Android phones, which works as an emulator for Symbian systems that were in those devices, and as a tool to play games that were enjoyed by their users.

According to the available information, the EKA2L1 can currently emulate the S60v1, S60v3, and S60v5 platforms, on which several popular Nokia phones such as the N95, Nokia E50, 5800 XpressMusic, and Nokia 7650 were relied on, and play the games that were famous for N-Gage phones in the past.

This application is dedicated according to the developers of "Android-64bit" devices, and there are trial versions for Android-32bit devices. Thanks to it, old Nokia phones can be played on the aforementioned devices with larger frames, which gives users the ability to enjoy them on comfortable viewing screens.

To run this application, it must be installed on an Android phone equipped with at least 3 GB of RAM, and the graphics processor in it must be able to support OpenGL ES 3.0 software.

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