OpenEmu, The All-In-One Game Emulator, Adds Support For PlayStation And Nintendo 64

OpenEmu, the All-In-One Game Emulator, Adds Support for PlayStation, Nintendo 64, and More

Mac: OpenEmu is easily the best classic game emulator for Mac, and today it gets even better by adding support for 16 new consoles including PlayStation and Nintendo 64, alongside a ton of new features.

The big news here is OpenEmu's official support for 16 new consoles:

  • Atari 5200 (Atari800)
  • Atari 7800 (ProSystem)
  • Atari Lynx (Mednafen)
  • ColecoVision (CrabEmu)
  • Famicom Disk System (Nestopia)
  • Intellivision (Bliss)
  • Nintendo 64 (Mupen64Plus)
  • Odyssey²/Videopac+ (O2EM)
  • PC-FX (Mednafen)
  • SG-1000 (CrabEmu)
  • Sega CD (GenesisPlus)
  • Sony PSP (PPSSPP)
  • Sony PlayStation (Mednafen)
  • TurboGrafx-CD/PCE-CD (Mednafen)
  • Vectrex (VecXGL)
  • WonderSwan (Mednafen)

But beyond that, the newest update also adds in some interface tweaks, real-time gameplay rewind, better screenshot organisation, and improved homebrew support.

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    Mac isn't working for me, says its not allowed :-(

    My favorite old game was Emerald Mines - but that was an Amiga game.
    Oh well, now I know what I'll be Googling this morning...

    Retroarch supports more systems and has better built in emulators but requires a bit more messing around to make it work. I have mine set up via emulation station to give it a clean front end UI with box art.

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