Negleted Windows ARM builds

Hi, I’m Alessandro “Locutus73” Miele, this page is hosted by my beloved Arianna Spelonga.
I’m an avid modern and retro gaming fan and, among many toys, I have an Ayn Odin Pro.
The Odin is a Snapdragon 845 Android based gaming handheld, basically shaped like (better than) a Nintendo Switch Lite. Since the Snapdragon family SOC is used in many Microsoft Windows tablets, a community effort, called Project Valhalla, lead by a talented dev called Teguh “tjstyle” Sobirin, ported the ARM flavor of Windows 11 to the Ayn Odin, with a really nice multi bootloader which lets Android and Windows coexist on the same device (instructions here and here, video guide here). This is amazing, problem is ARM64 builds of Windows programs are mostly neglected, with both closed source and open source projects providing only x86/AMD64 builds. Hopefully many many emulators are open source so I decided to enjoy them just downloading their sources and compiling them for the ARM64 platform…

…so I’m here to share with all of you the builds I made for my own personal use along with a collection of resources I find useful on my ARM64 Win 11 Ayn Odin Pro.

Some disclaimers first:

  1. I’m not affiliated with any of these projects, I just downloaded the sources from their repositories and compiled them, I will provide links to any project homepage and source repository.
  2. Each and any software build provided here is free of charge, you can download it without paying anything.
  3. Each software build you can download here is provided “as is”. There’s no support provided and I’m not responsible of anything that can happen using it. To be clear: don’t blame me if using of any of these builds you lose any data or your device overheats, explodes, burns your house and all your neighborhood. Once you click the download link, you’re on your own.
  4. If you want to thank me offering me a coffee, a beer or a pizza, if you feel generous, you can do that through PayPal or BuyMeACoffee; this is a free donation, a way of saying me “thank you” for the time and effort I put here and is totally unrelated to the downloads which are completely free; this doesn’t entitle you of any form of support or anything, but will grant you just my endless gratitude and affection.

Some prerequisites first, I highly recommend you to install on your Odin or gaming device:

  1. Microsoft Visual C++ Redistributable for ARM64 from here
    direct link
  2. Microsoft OpenCL™ and OpenGL® Compatibility Pack from here
  3. 7-zip which is a file archiver with a high compression ratio from here, providing a Windows 64-bit ARM64 installer.

So, finally, here’s my Windows ARM64 Builds I compiled for myself and I want to share with you:

Dolphin Emulator
Dolphin is an emulator for two recent Nintendo video game consoles: the GameCube and the Wii.
Dolphin team hopefully gave some love to ARM and now provides its own official Windows ARM 64 builds here:
Windows ARM64 binary builds (superseded, please download official builds from

PPSSPP is a PSP emulator.
Windows ARM64 binary builds:

PrimeHack is a modified version of Dolphin-Emu solely for playing Metroid Prime Trilogy for Wii with keyboard and mouse or gamepad with dual sticks controls on a PC.
Homepage and sources:
Retro Game Corps Metroid Prime Trilogy HD Emulation Guide:, video guide here
Windows ARM64 binary builds:

One more thing… here’s a list of other notable Windows Emulators ARM64 builds not provided by me, I highly recommend:

As the name suggests it’s RetroArch UWP & WOA builds for Windows ARM
RetroArch-ARM homepage and sources:
RetroArch homepage:
RetroArch sources:
Windows ARM64 binary builds:

PlayStation 1, aka. PSX Emulator
DuckStation homepage and sources:
Binary builds inclidong Windows ARM64 ones:

Any questions? Write me.