3 Of The Best Retro Game Emulators

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We all miss the good old days of pixels that we use to play with when we were kids. Well, that time has gone, and now even with emulators we can’t have that level of fun back but in this awesome article, we will show you a list in which we will show you the best emulators for retro gaming that will allow you to play some of the old games if you want to take a look at this incredible infographic made by Betway Blog. Then you will see how many games are available to play in the market and if you want you can even download the Betway app from here.


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We all miss that pixelated world of games that we used to play on the old consoles, some new games are intended to look like that, all pixelated. If you also miss those times of linear gaming without complicated storylines and characters, then you are in the right place, as in this article, we will simply show you the best free Android emulators for retro games that will allow you to play those old games on your high tech smartphones which are way more powerful now compared to the PCs we used to play these games on.

MegaN64 (N64)

MegaN64 (N64)

MegaN64 is a really cool emulator with very good reviews from lovers of Nintendo 64 games, as the MegaN64 is a modification of the Open Source Mupen64Plus. Now, it got a new version and this new version includes lots of changes in performance and UI.

The game controls are well located in the bottom corners of the screens so you can play the game with your thumbs it is exactly like you did with the control of the Nintendo64 back in the old days, so this is a lot of fun to play.

2P NES Emulator (NES)

2P NES Emulator (NES)

The thing which makes this 2P NES Emulator unique is that it enables you to play retro NES games in the double player using the WiFi. That makes it set apart from the rest of the emulators and that is why it is one of the best free emulators which is available for Android if you want to play a game on multiplayer.

This is not it, this famous emulator simply runs NES ROMs that you can save on your Android gadget as well. While it takes a bit of adjustment to get used to the buttons on the touch screen but most of the new games are using the same idea, but it won’t take long to get acquainted with the controls, and when you do it is a lot of fun.

Mupen64Plus FZ (N64)

Mupen64Plus FZ (N64)

Now, let’s take a look at the Mupen64Plus for Nintendo64, it is really a great emulator on its own, it comes with its own unique library system where you can see all of your game icons. But even that, there is no notable change with the MegaN64 emulator when it comes to the game and how it performs. There are some differences in the UI which you will notice, but I’m not sure if they are ever going to improve and upgrade or update the MegaN64 or not.

If you are into ratings and reviews from users on Google Play and use them as any indication, then Mupen4Plus is as highly recommended by gamers as any other gaming emulator that is available for Android devices.

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