This means that apps which emulate other consoles like the NES, Super Nintendo and more will no longer be available for Windows 10 devices
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Microsoft has updated its Windows Store Policies and now bans developers from making emulation apps available on the store. The new policy document has specified that “apps that emulate a game system are not allowed on any device family.” This means that apps which emulate other consoles like the NES, Super Nintendo and more will no longer be available for Windows 10 devices.
Developer Nesbox, which developed the Universal Emulator app for Windows, posted a tweet regarding the change. However, it also mentioned that the change has only been implemented on Stores, not the OS itself. “This means nothing for the browser version, it doesn't depend of stores,” tweeted Nesbox.
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