If you can download it meanwhile, install an emulator and test it. If you like it, and you're backing to buy it for your computer/PC, then you can install it on your computer with BleuTeam's Multiwin; you can use the same download that you have on Steam.All the games are pre-installed and backed so none of you have to worry about a "fake" install and full headaches. We will even try to keep our games in sync across all platforms, for example if you update one version of our emulator, all of the downloads should be updated. This will make life easier, and will allow us to easily test some things on our emulator before releasing on BleuTeam.Do you think we can do that with just steam downloads? We do that because steam doesn't really care about our games if they live only on our site. Steam doesn't pay us. So if they meant to pay, it's by subscription or doing some deals for exclusives (AAA titles) as you can see on their website. They just keep the money and we have to beg for months to get some money.If you keep downloading games in your computer but you would like to have the same games on your phone as well, once we have built our emulator for PC/Mac, Unity and Android, you will be able to do that; you won't have to download and install some games on your computer, you will be able to play them directly from your phone (or, when it's ready, from the emulator. But keep in mind that you will still have to download the Android version of BleuTeam's emulator via Google Play).So, if you wish, we can do that, and we will, but then it will be a real change in how we do things.
And by the way, I encourage you to buy a Google Chromecast, it's cheap and it's great because it's free and it's like a custom controller, I cannot describe it better, if you don't have it, buy it, and put it on your WiFi for watching Netflix or watching videos. d2c66b5586