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The M.A.M.E. (Multiple Arcade Machine Emulator) written by Nicola Salmoria and MAME team enables us to play thousands of classic arcade games on our computer. In this way, we can relive the joy and happy memories brought by the classic video games on arcade game console in the past.
Amiga Forever is an Amiga computer and operating system emulator suite developed by Cloanto IT srl (developer of Commodore/Amiga software founded in 1986) from Italy and first released in 1997. It enables Amiga software to run on non-Amiga hardware platforms (Windows, Mac OS X and Linux) legally and without any complex configuration.
As we all know, almost every video game console’s emulator on computer is free to use. Whereas due to copyright issues, the emulator’s developer can not provide us with those corresponding BIOS files that play a vital role in the game emulation.
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When Commodore 64 (AKA: C64, CBM 64) was launched by Commodore International in 1982, it immediately set industry standards for the 8-bit home computer. Its low cost, excellent graphics effect, high-quality sound and 64 KB of extra physical memory quickly established it as the winner in the home computer war, thus beating out its many competitors such as Atari, Texas Instruments, Sinclair, Apple and IBM.
As we all know, any video game console emulator websites are prohibited from publishing or sharing BIOS files. For PlayStation 2 console emulator, PCSX2‘s official website dose not provide any necessary BIOS files. But without the BIOS file, most game emulators do not work at all.
In the past, to play a game for some platform on a computer, you have to find a corresponding console emulator to run it, and the necessary settings of each emulator vary. Some are very simple, while others may be more complex. This can be troublesome even for video game lovers who are fond of doing things from side to side. Fortunately, the appearance of RetroArch makes it more convenient for playing the classic video games on various platforms (a wide range of computers and game consoles) – within the same, lick and friendly GUI, as well as unified settings (so all configuration will be done once and for all).
FB Alpha is a multi-arcade console emulator that takes up less system memory and requires lower machine configuration than MAME, and runs faster with better graphics. FB Alpha Shuffle (full name: Final Burn Alpha Shuffle, FBA Shuffle or FBAS for short) is an unofficial variant version of FB Alpha with many new/different features (that FB Alpha does not support), maintained by KOF2112, Leaf, and Creamymami from China.