I have two threads going, and figured that out here on its own, it would be better to mention this program (which likely totally changes everything for me).
Everyone here likely knows of DosBox if not is a fan of using it. Bluestacks is Dosbox level of cool.
Now I can use Bluestacks (you likely know of this program, but I didn't yesterday) to massive increase my games options.
Bluestacks makes any game on your phone, your tablet, normally an Android program, accessible to your PC.
Now yeah, you likely are going to say "WTF would I want to play them on my PC?
Go ahead, just say it and get it out of your system :)
I agree, most mobile games, are NOT worth bringing to your desktop, unless, like me, you DO like the game, just don't want to cram it into a 7-inch screen experience even if it is touch enabled and all. I have big fingers :)
But, that looooong list of wargames by Joni Nuutinen for Android, on mobiles, doesn't actually NEED to be ported to PC. You just need to install Bluestacks on your PC and poof anything Google Play can give you, can be enjoyed on your PC (with it's much nicer screen size. I tried out Battle of the Bulge, yep, works just fine on my Windows 10 environment. Probably will work on any computer.
I just obtained access to something like 40 wargames at 6 bucks a piece (very amusing).
Why didn't someone tell me about Bluestacks earlier?!
And this goes equally for Tillers mobile games (I have a few of those, and the only flaw in them, is using a finger on his mobile games is less than simple).
Wargame, 05% of the time.
Play with Barbies 05% of the time.
Play with Legos 10% of the time.
Build models 20% of the time
Shopping 60% of the time.
Exlains why I buy em more than I play em.