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What game emulators, do you use on your PC, Mac, Linux, Android, ipad etc?

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The ones I use, on my windows 7 laptop, are NullDC and FBA.

Nulldc is a dreamcast emulator.

FBA aka Final Burn Alpha, plays alot of nice retro arcade games. Like SF2 Hyper Fighting and SF2 Championship Edition etc.

Snes9x is a nice snes emulator, that I use on my android tablet.

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I've used "ZSNES" for the "Super Nintendo Entertainment System"; "DeSmuMe" for the "Nintendo DS"; "VisualBoyAdvance" for the "Game Boy"; "MAME", (Multiple Arcade Machine Emulator), for 'Arcade' and "PCSX2" for the "Playstation 2".

Although I barely play videogames regularly now, if I do it's on rare occasions.

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18 hours ago, MoraMoria said:

I actually like it, for some strange reason.

Yeah. The name does have an unusually coolness to it.

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26 minutes ago, GuessWhat said:

Only used, the SNES, Sega, PS1, GBA, and MAME emulators.

I remember that the "VisualBoyAdvance" for 'GBA' had a fast-forward command, that would make 'farming/leveling up' way easier, specially for 'RPGs'. Just because of that, I would normally choose to play such games on the emulator instead of playing them on the original console.

And if I'm not mistaken, there was another 'GBA' emulator called "VBALink" that would allow connecting two games at the same time, as if you were using the 'GBA link cable'. Specially useful for 'Pokémon' games, I think.

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