There is an Android emulator for virtually every console you can think of, and many times multiple emulators. They can be downloaded from the Google Play Store. We recommend doing some research first to find the best one you or letting DIG recommend one for you.
Ending on a weird note, RetroArch is an emulation app that styles itself as an all-in-one hub for all your emulation needs, but with emulation apps themselves. The app requires you to download \"cores,\" existing emulators. The emulations work fine and run games smoothly. The problems come up in the options, more specifically, the excess of them. RetroArch has a lot of options and settings, which can be very off-putting when you're green to the idea of game emulation. That and the default touch controller has far too many buttons, which can be edited, but this process takes time. The app serves its purpose well enough, and if you want your emulation software all behind one icon, RetroArch is worth a look. 1e1e36bf2d