All in one emulator (For the new guys)

RoseyDreamy

A Kawaii Being
openemu (dot) org

Core-based multi-system emulator for Mac. Feel free to add it somewhere on the website if MacOS game emulation is covered on EZ.
Not sure I should be posting this because I'm a new member, and I'm not supposed to post links, but if it helps the site I assume it's ok ;)
 

pix07

Member
openemu (dot) org

Core-based multi-system emulator for Mac. Feel free to add it somewhere on the website if MacOS game emulation is covered on EZ.
Not sure I should be posting this because I'm a new member, and I'm not supposed to post links, but if it helps the site I assume it's ok ;)

why not we read here and here also there and there :
https://www.reddit.com/r/emulation/comments/32xhfb/best_front_end_for_emulators/
https://www.zophar.net/frontends/universal.html
http://feelfrontend.altervista.org/
http://emucenter.2.free.fr/website/ENG/index.html

use fronted/ds is your choice i like more one emulator by one
also
RetroArch with Cores
and emulators with CommandLine if they dont have GUI
of course there is tons of linux distributions foucus of gaming and/or multimedia playing
and even if there if not there is LFS
LinuxFromScratch a ultimate guide to make own distribution really *OWN* !
im dont know how you make own repository for install programs but whatever so far best distributions are :
LinuxMint(casual gamers/users) and ArchLinux(arch is for programmers im still not advenced to use that)
best linux was Debian so many of OS'es are based on Debian
Unix is other branch FreeBsd is not equal Debian
if you want play dos programs/games use DosBox
so far best OS for playing dos software was Win XP (a gui of msdos buyed by MicroSoft because that company not write it! )
there is FreeDos if you want use it as replacement of Windows and Linux
thats all for now
 
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RoseyDreamy

A Kawaii Being
I prefer having one by one emulator on Windows, but prefer to use multi-system emulators/frontends on Mac simply because they offer a more native interface for me, while it doesn't really matter on Windows so much.

Lakka's a quite cool distro of Linux that is basically a libretro front end.
 

nguithiman

New member
openemu has been good to me for most games, even PSP, though for some reason it can't handle arcade games the same way MAME does
 

Geimer

The Best Snes Emulators
Thank you so much to get the informative information about this matter. But I have been using the snes emulators like RetroArch.
 
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