Emulation is the process of simulating the hardware of one computer (particularly the processor) via software on a different one. In other words, it allows you to use software meant for another system that you may not have access to by running a program on your system. For instance, an emulator will let you use an arcade machine that no longer exist or use a game console that can no longer be purchased. Note that this category is different from Computers: Emulators because the focus here is on the emulation of general gaming purpose computers (also called consoles) and arcade machines.
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News, emulators and ROMs of various arcade and console systems for download.
Screenshot galleries of emulated games for various systems.
List of available emulators and compatibility tests for these.
A beginner's guide including tutorials, reviews and links to begin.
Emu - Celebs
A database of all the emusceners with photo, projects involved and a mini-CV.
The original Emulation Zone, hosts many emulation related sites and provides information on console emulation.
The Emulator Zone
Latest emulators for Nintendo 64, Playstation, Super Nintendo, Gameboy and many other systems.
Emulation, vintage computing and gaming systems directory.
A directory classified into categories.
A freeware GamePark 32 emulator for Windows.
A huge emulator site for all your emulator needs.
The RCA Studio 2 Emulator
Freeware RCA Studio 2 emulator for DOS and Windows.
Freeware Konix Multi-System emulator for Windows.
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