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    OpenMSX 16.0

    openMSX is an emulator for the MSX home computer system. Its goal is to emulate all aspects of the MSX with 100% accuracy: perfection in emulation. MSX is an old Z80-based family of home computers which appeared in autumn 1983 as an attempt to establish a single standard in home computing...
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    Hatari 1

    Hatari is an Atari ST/STE/TT/Falcon emulator for GNU/Linux, BSD, Mac OS X, Windows and other systems which are supported by the SDL library. The Atari ST was a 16/32 bit computer system which was first released by Atari in 1985. Using the Motorola 68000 CPU, it was a very popular computer having...
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    ZX Spectrum 4 .NET 1

    Remember the days when keys stuck down, the kettle boiled quicker than loading one game and at times it didn't load at all "R Tape Loading Error", When you sat for hours typing in code from a magazine for a DIY game (cheap skate) ... yet it never ran!... hundreds of lines of code with an unknown...
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    FS-UAE Amiga Emulator 1

    If you want to play old Amiga games from Windows, FS-UAE Amiga will allow you to emulate an Amiga environment, similar to what DOSBox does for old MS-DOS games.
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    Mini vMac 1

    In order to run old Mac Games, you will need some sort of emulator, similar to DOSBox. Mini vMac allows you to do exactly that, so if you're interested in playing old Mac games, go download a copy!
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    DOSBox 1

    In order to play a number of the old(er) games, DOSBox provides you with an emulated old-school DOS environment. It will also simulate hardware needed, so you can run all the old-time goodness on your modern PC. Simply download and unpack to any folder. I find it easiest to then store your old...