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[v12.11] LaunchBox – Emulate, organize, and beautify your video games collection

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LaunchBox was originally developed as a front-end application for DOSBox, but has since evolved into a powerful multi-platform game launcher and manager for both modern PC games and retro video games. It gives us a better gaming experience, and allows us to manage games more intuitively and efficiently. If your computer has a lot of games, then LaunchBox could be just what you need.

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[v6.3] ClassicBoy – Accurate and fast All-in-One retro video games emulator for Android

ClassicBoy is a very powerful and easy-to-use all-in-one video game emulator, i.e. the front-end of multiple emulator cores, developed by PortableAndroid from Hong Kong in China. It enables you to play tens of thousands of retro video games on your Android devices. The Pro Edition comes with ROMs scanner and games database, with which you can easily find, identify, and sort your games library.

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[v1.39] Dig – Maybe the best emulator front-end for Android

Dig is a great emulator front-end (console emulators and game ROM files are not included) for Android platform, developed by Dig Games from Canada. It can help you painlessly organize and enjoy your retro game collections for dozens of video game systems.

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Mednafen – Powerful but unfriendly multi-system game emulator

Mednafen (short for My Emulator Doesn’t Need A Frickin’ Excellent Name, formerly known as Nintencer) is a free, open-source and multi-system video game console emulator for Windows, Mac and Linux platforms. It already emulates nearly 20 home and handheld game consoles from Atari to PS1 era, such as FC, MD, GB, GBA, PS, SS, PC-FX, etc.

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Pegasus – A beautiful and handy front-end for all popular game emulators

At the end of the 20th century and the beginning of the 21st century (198x~200x), when the Internet was not developed enough, the 80s and 90s were most interested in playing all kinds of video games and handheld console games. Nowadays, in order to play retro games on a variety of devices (computer/smartphone/smart TV….), you’ve probably tried various game emulators, as well as independent systems like Batocera.linux, Ubuntu GamePack, Lakka. Then, you should also try Pegasus this kind of emulator frontend.

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RetroArch – All-powerful and cross-platoform free video game console emulator

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).

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