Dolphin Android is a port of the popular Dolphin GameCube / Wii Emulator to Android devices. Essentially Dolphin is an open source emulator that allows GameCube and Wii games to be played on devices other than the respective consoles. At the moment Dolphin is capable of full speed emulation of almost all Wii / GameCube games on Windows, Mac and Linux. Dolphin for Android however is still an early alpha and will not emulate any commercial games at present, it is however capable of emulating a few GameCube and Wii tech demos on your Android device. So although you will probably not be playing Mario Kart Double Dash, Super Smash Brothers or your other favourite GameCube / Wii games with Dolphin Android any time soon its quite possible you will be able to one day. The developer states the Dolphin Android port is in pre-alpha status, so to expect slow speeds, graphical glitches and a myriad of problems with it. To use Dolphin Android your Android device must: Support OpenGL ES 2 (99.8% of the Android Market) Have at least 1gb of ram With lower end Android devices approaching 1gb of ram as standard and dual core processors been pretty much standard in Android devices…