Yesterday we reported on the fact that a Nintendo 64 emulator was available for download on Microsoft's Xbox One console. Win64e10 - which retailed for $9.99 - allowed Xbox One owners to run N64 ROMs on their consoles by copying the games to a OneDrive account and loading them into the emulator.
The app actually went live over the weekend but could only be found on the Xbox One store by searching for it by name. Microsoft has now removed it from the store.
It is likely that Microsoft will instruct the developer to remove Xbox One support, as it did with the creator of NESbox. Win64e10 was previously available on the Windows 10 marketplace.
Despite the removal of the app, those who downloaded it can still use it on their console. Were you one of those people? Let us know with a comment.