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System and method for trans-compiling video games

Image Number 12 for United States Patent #7765539.

A method of porting a video game or other application from one platform to another involves decompiling the game executable to develop source code in a high level programming language such as C. The (re)generated source code is re-linked using target native libraries to handle hardware functions (e.g., video, audio, etc.) for the target platform. The resulting "trans-compiled" executable is able to efficiently run on the target platform, potentially providing orders of magnitude speed performance boost over other traditional techniques.

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