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Tim Wilson

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NEW LINUX RELEASES – Into 2009 with some great updates!

Its been too long since we've had software highlighted here, so here is a small list of updates to excellent packages that have already been reviewed here and this month have had new versions released.  I saw no point in... Continue Reading →

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,... 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... 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... 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... Continue Reading →

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