Jnes is an old school (NES) Nintendo Entertainment System Emulator that can be run from a portable device such as a USB flash drive. Jnes also includes an advanced database of “Pro Action Replay” and “Game Genie” cheat codes. Best of all it supports Kaillera netplay so you can play with or against your friends across the network. This Portable Entertainment System Emulator requires roughly 700KB for installation Continue Reading
InstantSonic is getting all old-skool on us…
Hardware: Acer Aspire One 532h; Acer Aspire ZG5
ePSXe is a Playstation One emulator for Windows and Linux, with a very high compatibility for Playstation One games. It works flawlessly on almost any netbook!
NBG user Hays is enjoying MAME on his netbook and wants to share the love.
“MAME is an arcade machine emulator for the pc. It runs very well on my netbook – these are games from the 80′s after all You download the ACTUAL real code (roms) from the arcade machines that others have kindly posted. No rubbish conversions – you play the actual arcade game on your pc Roms can be found by a google for MAME roms You download them as a zipped file and paste them into the rom folder where you installed MAME”
I`ve used MAME on a variety of machines over the last few years, I must say that Netbooks are the perfect platform!!
Emulation! Now there`s a thing. Rikard has taken the time to tip us off about this Ninteno 64 Emulator…
Project64 is the best working nintendo 64 emulator that allows you to emulate the console and its games. You may already be familiar with many other emulators but this is by faar the best experience for a netbook in my opinion. With an solid 50-60 fps you can enjoy all your favorite games from your childhood. Continue Reading