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What is RetroArch?RetroArch is a modular multi-system emulator system that is designed to be fast, lightweight, and portable. It has features lacking in some emulators frontends, such as real-time rewinding and game-aware shading.What systems does it play?- Arcade (emulator: Final Burn Alpha / iMAME4All / MAME)- Atari 2600 (emulator: Stella)- Atari... read more
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What is RetroArch?
RetroArch is a modular multi-system emulator system that is designed to be fast, lightweight, and portable. It has features lacking in some emulators frontends, such as real-time rewinding and game-aware shading.What systems does it play?
– Arcade (emulator: Final Burn Alpha / iMAME4All / MAME)
– Atari 2600 (emulator: Stella)
– Atari Lynx (emulator: Handy)
– Nintendo Entertainment System (emulator: FCEUmm / NEStopia / QuickNES)
– Super Nintendo (emulator: bSNES/Higan/ PocketSNES / SNES9x / SNES9x Next)
– Nintendo 64 (emulator: Mupen64Plus)
– Nintendo GameBoy / GameBoy Color (emulator: gambatte)
– Nintendo GameBoy Advance (emulator: Mednafen GBA / Meteor / VBA-M / VBA Next)
– Nintendo DS (emulator: DeSmuME)
– Nintendo Virtual Boy (emulator: Mednafen VB)
– Neo Geo Pocket Color (emulator: Mednafen NGP)
– Sega Genesis/Mega Drive (emulator: Genesis Plus GX / Picodrive)
– Sega Master System/Sega Game Gear (emulator: Genesis Plus GX)
– Sega CD / Mega CD (emulator: Genesis Plus GX / Picodrive)
– Sega 32X (emulator: Picodrive)
– Sony PlayStation 1 (emulator: PCSX ReARMed / Mednafen PSX)
– PC Engine / PC Engine CD (emulator: Mednafen PCE Fast)
– WonderSwan Color / Crystal (emulator: Mednafen Wonderswan)
– Cave Story (game engine: NX Engine)
– Doom 1 / Doom 2 / Ultimate Doom / Final Doom (game engine: prBoom)
– Quake (game engine: TyrQuake)
– ScummVM (game engine) [WIP]
– MS-DOS (emulator: DosBox) [WIP]
– Nintendo 64 (emulator: Mupen64 on ARM) [WIP]
– Nintendo Entertainment System (emulator: QuickNES) [WIP]
– Sega Saturn (emulator: Yabause) [WIP]… More Info »What platforms does it run on?
– Linux (x86 and x86_64)
– Windows (32bit/64bit)
– Mac OSX (Intel/PowerPC)
– Playstation 3 (PS3 SDK)
– PlayStation Portable (PSP)
– PlayStation Vita/TV
– Xbox 1 (XDK)
– Xbox 360 (XeXDK/Libxenon)
– Gamecube
– Wii
– Nintendo 3DS
– Raspberry Pi (and various other ARM hardware through Lakka)
– OpenPandora
– Android
– Blackberry (10/Playbook)
– iOS

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