Game Emulation In Linux @ Techgage

May 28th, 2007 by Marv

Techgage has posted an article looking at nine different emulators under Linux and an explanation on how to get your gamepad working under Linux. A quote from the article:

A common complaint about Linux is that there is a general lack of games. When emulation is brought into the picture though, it opens up a huge world of gaming possibilities. In this article, we will be looking into what emulation is, installing a gamepad and taking a look at a selection of emulators for different console

3 Responses to “Game Emulation In Linux @ Techgage”

  1. Anonymous Says:

    I bought 2 SNES->USB converter at , and 2 $5 (us) clone of a SNES controller at Games ‘n More. I have played all of FF3 (in US), and can play Street Fighter 2 with friends again! I can output to TV and make the experience that much better!

    Good times…

  2. rafaMEX Says:


  3. fydo Says:

    In many cases, playing an emulated game can be even better than playing it on the original hardware. Some advantages…
    Higher-res / Interpolated graphics
    Fast Forward
    Save and Load State
    And of course, you can usually find a USB adapter for any kind of game controller. Fun fun!

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