- n. Plural form of emulator.
“Certain homebrew applications called emulators with which you'll be associated to by using Homebreware will give you an opportunity to play classic games from retro consoles such as N64, SNES, Sega Genesis and many more.”
“It was boasting that the N900 could run emulators and showed it running SNES emulators, which is fine, but the problem is that they showcased a video of Super ...”
“If you're not based in the US, you can still swing by to test out the games in the excellent emulators, which is nice.”
“They have their admirers, or better said "emulators" in, of all places, Beijing.”
“It builds machines using off-the-shelf components fitted with "emulators" to make software believe it is running on an IBM mainframe.”
“That sort of enthusiasm means that Elite, the video games developer who was behind a range of the Spectrum's original hits, has found a new lease of life with "emulators" that allow its games to be played on new devices.”
“T3 and Turbo Hercules make "emulators" software that acts as if it is running on an IBM mainframe whereas it is actually running on cheaper servers.”
“Once you have the Homebrew Channel up and running, you can now install a slew of great third party apps such as emulators, homebrew games, media players ... even Linux!”
“Has the operating system been completed and what kind of emulators and applications are supported at present?”
“And if you have a R4 OR similer then you can use DS roms to download games onto them:) Go to dohgames. com Ps the things you use to play the game are called emulators PPS If you cant find the game your looking for try other "rom" websites”
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