Classic games on OSX thanks to an emulator


In computing, an emulator is a   that allows computer programs or video games to be executed on a platform (hardware architecture or operating system) different from the one for which they were originally written. Unlike a simulator, which only tries to reproduce the behavior of the program, an emulator tries to accurately model the device that is being emulated.

For all those maqueros who long for classic video game consoles, today we bring an option to remember good times. OpenEmu makes your Mac become a emulador of vintage games that we have found on the market for decades and that today you can relive on your Mac.

El classic video game emulator for Mac OS X makes your computer transform into a virtual machine that is currently capable of emulating the Super Nintendo, Gameboy and Sega for now. Its developers will continue to develop the application to be able to introduce other consoles shortly, so we must not lose sight of it since things are promising and quite a lot.

OpenEmu, which is also open source, so the idea of ​​having it installed is more attractive and will hook many users to this community to achieve a development even beyond what they have achieved so far.


More information - BSNES, the SNES emulator for Mountain Lion

Source - OpenEmu

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  1.   Paul said

    Very good, they are classic old games. I hope more games can be played later, like neo-geo games etc.