ShadowWulfe: triock: http://www.laptopmag.com/articles/run-android-apps-on-pc
Interesring, any way to emulate Android om Windows?
Or just use google for more. ;)
Get Andy. A solid and free Android emulator. http://andyroid.net
If you're willing to have a paid option, you can get AmiDuOS. The price depends on whether you want the Lollipop or Jellybean version of it; both have compatibility issues so take heed and pick your poison (some Lollipop apps won't work on Jellybean, and some Jellybean apps won't work on Lollipop).
Is the bundle worth it?
I also just bought dragon quest 1 on android and it's just ok. Should I continue the series or splurge and get Final Fantasy VI instead?
I got most of the bundle itself via Amazon Appstore's free app of the days offers. There is also a game in the bundle called Symphony of the Origin, that's available for an all-free on Amazon Underground: http://www.amazon.com/RPG-Symphony-of-the-Origin/dp/B00ZHJ5NF6
Personally, you should get Final Fantasy V
(unless you own it, in which case, proceed with Final Fantasy VI as you originally planned). Final Fantasy V is a ton better than Final Fantasy VI, trust me on that.
Anybody has played those rpgs? (If I'm allowed to ask it in this thread?) Are they any good? The ratings on google play seem ok, but I'm not so sure I trust them. I'm tempted by the BTA.
I only played a part of Eve of the Genesis, until now it felt a bit solid; though you'll never find the depth that you'll usually find in a Final Fantasy game. But it was until now great for a minimal Android experience. There is always the Final Fantasy games if you want deep gameplay on Android.