In 20th century, we are in modern era of millennials with many advanced technologies to name a few artificial technology and 3d augmented reality etc so in most cases you no more have to go outside to shop and work especially you can play most physical games digitally using gadgets like smartphones, desktop and video game consoles etc.

Nintendo, a popular japanese company known for video game consoles and Pokemon Go manufactured numerous consoles and developed 1000's of games over the years but as each console has different format games you have to first buy that specific video game console then load those format games supported by that Nintendo video game console to run games else it won't work.

Anyhow, now a days most people switched from video game consoles to PC and smartphones to play games still companies like Nintendo, Sony, Microsoft Xbox don't develop mobile emulators as it will drastically drop sells of thier products, but thanks to talented developers they are able to make un-official mobile emulators to play videos games on smartphones.

A decade back, gamers though playing video games on mobile is impossible but fortunately due to rapid development of mobiles we now have advanced mobiles known as smartphones with big display, ram, storage, processor etc to be able to support and play video games.

Eventhough, playing video games on smartphones is illegal as games are extracted from real video game consoles  and then they get uploaded on internet without permission from manufacturers yet most gamers love to play video games on smartphones using un-official mobile emulators over video game consoles.

Right now, we have number of unofficial mobile emulators for almost all video game consoles like Lemuroid - all in one emulator, PPSSPP and AetherSX2 emulator for Sony PSP 1 and 2, Citra Emulator to play Nintendo 3DS games etc and recently we found another amazing mobile emulator named Skyline to play Nintendo Switch video games.

However, mobile emulators are not easy to make as developers has no support from companies they have to do alot of things to support mobile software and hardware thus most heavy video game mobile emulators stay at alpha or beta stage for long time for instance Citra Emulator launched in 2018 but still in early access and same goes for Skyline even being open source projects on GitHub.

Skyline is best open source experimental  emulator that runs on ARMv8 Android™ devices and emulates functionality of Nintendo Switch but it's still in early access which means development is in progress so you may find bugs or limited number of features but eventually Skyline Emulator may fix all issues and release stable version with more interesting and exciting features in future, so do you like it? are you interested in Skyline Emulator? If yes let's know little more info before we explore more.

• Skyline Emulator official support •

• How to download Skyline Emulator with production and title keys •

It is very easy to download Skyline Emulator with production keys and title keys from these platforms for free.

How to play Nintendo Switch games on Android using Skyline Emulator with key features and UI / UX overview •

- Go to or any other platform then download your Nintendo Games.

- Now, Open Skyline Emulator then tap on

- Select storage location where you saved Nintendo Switch games then scroll down.

- Here, Tap on Production Keys and Title Keys one after one.

- Import production keys and title keys from storage.

- Once done, go back your Nintendo games will start showing up.

- Tap on them.

- Enjoy, start playing!

Atlast, this are just highlighted features of Skyline Emulator there may be many hidden features in-build that provides you external benefits to give the ultimate usage experience, anyway if you want one of the best emulator to play Nintendo Switch games on Android then at present Skyline is on go choice for sure.

Overall, Skyline Emulator comes with dark mode by default, it has clean and simple interface that ensures user friendly experience, but in any project there is always space for improvement so let's wait and see will Skyline Emulator get any major UI changes in future to make it even more better, as of now Skyline Emulator is nice and super cool.

Moreover, it is definitely worth to mention Skyline is one of the very few emulators available out there on internet available for Android to play Nintendo Switch games,  yes indeed if you're searching for such Emulator then Skyline has potential to become your new favourite.

Finally, this is how you can play Nintendo Switch games on Android using Skyline Emulator, are you an existing user of Citra Emulator? If yes do say your experience and mention which feature of Skyline Emulator you like the most in our comment section below, see ya :)