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Citra is a Nintendo 3DS emulator. It is completely free, multi system and open source, created by a team of developers called Citra Team. It can emulate sound entirely, something which RYUJINX can't do. Multiplayer through networked WiFi is encouraged, which permits you to play multiplayer games with other individuals, though they must be utilizing Citra. You can not play multiplayer with individuals that are using an actual Nintendo 3DS.

Installation of Citra works with Windows, MacOS, Linux, and Android, although the Android variant is in early access as of now. The overall consensus is that Citra setup is extremely simple, fast, and rather simple, with a lot of guides and tutorials available for you. While choosing Citra, you can choose between two versions, both of which have advantages and disadvantages to use. The more stable version is Citra Nightly, which is the considerably more stable variant of Citra. The second version, called Citra Canary, includes new features, modifications, and updates that Nightly does not have. These attributes are occasionally experimental and might or might not end up in the Nightly version, but they are often features that can't be used with greater functionality, or features that cause the game to lag or work improperly throughout gameplay.

You want Windows 7, 8, or 10 to play either Citra variation on Windows. To play on MacOS, you'll require version 10.13 High Sierra or higher. To perform on Linux, you'll require a 64-bit contemporary edition, and Android 8 is required to run Citra on any and all Android devices. Officially, all hardware must be at least 64-bit to run Citra's applications. To play games, you'll need both a Nintendo 3DS along with a game cartridge. Citra includes a large collection of games that you can playwith, but you must have the game cartridge of every game you want to playwith. This will make gameplay quite inconvenient.