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REVIEW: iDeaS v1.0.2.7 – Another option for DS emulation on Linux

iDeaS is another DS emulator for the Linux platform that I discovered recently.  Supporting the dual screen of the Nintendo DS and allowing I am sure I dont have to explain what a Nintendo DS is and if I do, then you probably would not have use for this software anyway. This particular Linux version … Continue reading

REVIEW: GFCE v0.6.0 – NES Emulation!

Article by Goblin[RFD] With most people these days only interested in FPS’s and fast/furious games full of CGI and surround SFX, its easy to forget about the older consoles.  Emulation is a popular pastime for many, and on the Linux platform you are just as spoiled for choice as how to do it. Remember the … Continue reading

EMULATION: XSpect – ZX 48K Spectrum Emulation!

I love my emulators, none more so than the ones from my childhood days. Due to my uncle working at Sinclair at the time, I got a ZX Spectrum 48K (the one with the rubber keys) as a present.  I loved that trusty computer, and over the years had 100’s of games for it, until … Continue reading

EMULATION: DeSmuME v0.8 – Nintendo DS emulation on Linux!

Nintendo DS Emulation! Hidden in the Ubuntu repository, is this little gem of an emulator.  Its a DS emulator for Linux. Its still in its early stages, but the more popular, common games are working on it.  Games such as Warioware Touched, Golden Eye, Zoo Keeper are all playable. The DS stylus is emulated with … Continue reading

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Tim Wilson

Writer/Novelist of many facets both in the world of technology and fantasy/sci-fi. Co-host of the TechBytes audiocast and writer for both OpenBytes and Goblin's Domain. Supporter of free and open source software.

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