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ATE Arcade: Emulators
ATE Arcade: Emulators

Image of a Pac-Man coin-op arcade machine with an inset picture of Pac-Man running within a window. Pac-Man cabinet rendered by Peter Hirschberg.

Four Types of Emulation

Emulators are meaty programs that will make your computer pretend to be another. Some are easy to get going, others will likely have you scratching your head. Once you do get to grips with things, using a modern PC can open up all manner of ways to play, some of which were never originally possible.

The aim of the ATE Arcade is to bring the arcade experience home to those who have previously been shut out due to its inaccessibility.


 

Video Games

Pinball

 

Video Games

 

Pinball

 

 

Fruit Machines

Electro Mechanical

 

Fruit Machines

 

Electro Mechanical

 


Video Game Emulators

MAME DI (1975-Now) - Coin-op Video Game Emulator
Atari VCS (1977)
Commodore PET (1977)
RCA Studio II (1977)
SEGA Megadrive (1989) - Pending...

Other Emulators

Future Pinball - Pinball in 3D
One Armed Bandit - Fruit and Slot Machines
Electro Mechanical Games - Redemption and EM games


Image of Namco's Pac-Man cabinet rendered by Peter Hirschberg. Reproduced with kind permission.

LEGAL NOTICE: Many game ROMs remain the copyright of the original owners who may or may not be happy for them to be played under emulation. Put in the context of these games impossible to play in their original format for some disabled gamers and I would hope that attitudes would be more relaxed. Support developers by letting them know why you can't play their games and offer some solutions.


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