Emulate the Golden Age of the Macintosh Thanks to the Internet Archive

Along with its duties of maintaining copies of important news, literature, scientific information, and old MySpace pages, the Internet Archive also loves to create emulations for you to fiddle with inside your browser. Today, the lovable non-profit organisation has made it easy for you to relive the glory years of the early Macintosh like it’s 1985 all over again. Read More >>

This £127 Console Gave Me Every Nintendo Game I’ve Ever Owned in 4K

I can’t remember a time when I wasn’t obsessed with retro video games. That’s one of the reasons I was so excited about the NES Classic Edition; it’s also why I spent my Thanksgiving documenting how to put together a Raspberry Pi-based mini SNES instead of brining turkeys. But building an emulation console from scratch takes time, and I’ve was curious if there was a more streamlined, turnkey solution. That’s when I happened across a Kickstarter for the Allcade 64-bit, a Raspberry Pi 3-based system in a housing that looked just like a classic Nintendo 64 cartridge. It promises all the cool hackery Pi-vibe with none of the command line or soldering. Read More >>

Wii U Emulator Promises Zelda HD at a Handful of Frames Per Second

The newly launched Cemu emulator promises Nintendo enthusiasts the dream of being able to play Wii U titles on PC. As long as they have a good PC. And don't mind things being three-quarters-broken at the moment. Read More >>

Apple Wants to Kill Your Emulator in iOS 8.1

Apple is going to block a loophole that allowed people to play classic video games and run unapproved apps on iOS 8 without jailbreaking, so if you just started playing Nintendo from your iPhone 6, you're going to want to hold off on updating to iOS 8.1. Read More >>

This Amiga 500 Emulator is So Awesome

If you're tired of modern computing, how about mucking around with an Amiga 500 instead? Thanks to Google developer Christian Stefansen you can do just that, and it's awesome. Read More >>

This Is What iOS 7 Will Look Like on the iPad

Despite Apple not really showing us what iOS 7 on the larger screened iDevices will look like -- just the iPhone and iPod touch -- it seems the iOS 7 emulator has a load of secrets to unveil. Here's what an iPad with iOS 7 will probably look like. Read More >>

Play Whole Bunch of SNES and NES Games For Free, Right In Your Browser

It's Friday, it's kind of cold, yet sunny outside, and you sure as hell don't want to be stuck in work. But if you have to be physically present at your desk, you could do so much worse than playing a whole bunch of Nintendo classics like Super Mario World, Super Mario Kart, Zelda, Bomberman, and Street Fighter, free and right in your browser. Read More >>

The Only Reason to Use a PlayBook Is DOS

If you hop to Canada, you can pick up a PlayBook for a mere 130 odd quid. But even discounted, is it worth it? If you install 20-year-old software on it, sure! That's right. I'd rather have a PlayBook running DOS. Read More >>

BlackBerry PlayBook’s Killer New Feature, Android, Demonstrated on Video

The long-awaited Android app player for BlackBerry has been demonstrated by a developer, giving PlayBook owners a future reason to stay loyal. It's Android, in a little window, courtesy of RIM's BBX 2.0 OS. [MacBerry via BGR] Read More >>