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Mednafen – Powerful but unfriendly multi-system game emulator

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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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Codename: Eagle – A great game with all popular elements born at the wrong time

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Codename: Eagle is a refreshing FPS (first-person shooter) game for Windows, developed by Refraction Games (from Sweden) and published by Take-Two Interactive in 1999. It can’t be defined simply as some specific type of game, because no other game before it had such novel and interesting gameplay and great freedom.

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Age of Empires all works in one place

Age of Empires, an epic and quite successful RTS (real-time strategy) game series, was developed by Ensemble Studios. The company was founded in 1995, and two years later they produced their first game work – Age of Empires. In 2001, it was acquired by Microsoft and became a game development company affiliated with Microsoft. Since then, it has rolled out many sequels and expansion packs of Age of Empires, which were released by Microsoft Game Studios (now called Xbox Game Studios).

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Lakka – Lightweight Linux distribution made for retro games

If you have an old computer at home that has been sitting around in a corner somewhere, you can use Lakka to turn it into a retro gaming console like the PlayStation/Xbox. You may already learn about several Linux distributions that specialize in reviving old computers, but you may not know this Linux distro that is specifically designed to transform old computers into a full-blown retro game console.

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Mupen64++ – Modified version of Mupen64 with Kaillera support

Mupen64++ (AKA: Mupen64 Plus Plus, formerly called Mupen64K) is a modified version of the original Mupen64 emulator for Nintendo 64 console on Windows, which was developed by Hacktarux from France. It has been extended from the original code with the purpose in mind to keep development up to date.

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Minetest – Free and open-source voxel game engine

When you first launched Minetest, didn’t you think it was just Minecraft? Actually not. Although their interface, style, and gameplay are almost the same, Minetest is essentially a free, open-source and cross-platform voxel game engine (written in C++ and Lua, using the Irrlicht Engine). It was created by Perttu Ahola and first released in 2010, and is now developed by a team of volunteers, with significant contributions from the community. It’s available for Linux-based systems, FreeBSD, Windows, Mac, and Android platforms, and provides an API for users to create their own games and mods written in Lua.

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[Build 3536] King Arthur’s Gold – Attractive multi-player Action + RTS + Co-Op 2D game

King Arthur’s Gold (KAG for short) is a side-scrolling RTS type of small indie game based on the elements of Medieval Europe theme. It came up with retro & pixel style and unique, rare originality, and of course got inspiration primarily from one old video game King Arthur’s World on SNES platform.

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