NES Emulator On Windows Phone 7 Breaks IP Law- Microsoft

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NES EMU 7 is a Nintendo Entertainment System emulator for Windows Phone 7. Matt Bettcher is the the guy who did it along with the community support, but Microsoft didn’t allow the emulator in the marketplace. As the Chevron group met Microsoft’s Windows Phone 7 team yesterday, they quizzed Microsoft on this issue, and Brandon Watson told them that the emulator breaks the Intellectual Property law, so it can’t be allowed in the marketplace. What do you think? Do we really need these Emulators when we have enough WP7 games??

Look for the video of NES Emulator running on real Windows Phone 7 device after the break.

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