The Internet Archive has a new historical software archive where you can find and run old software in your browser that uses JSMESS emulation.
The Internet Archive’s new Historical Software Archive brings old software to your browser through the magic of JSMESS emulation.
The Internet Archive has protected and preserved old software for a while now; archivist Jason Scott claimed back in April that the organization possessed the largest historical software collection in the world.
Software is so transient, though. It’s sometimes hard to get a program from 2003 to run on a modern machine, let alone a program from 1983. For most people it wouldn’t be worth the trouble to, as the Internet Archive puts it, “track down the hardware and media to run [old software], or download and install emulators and acquire/install cartridge or floppy images as you boot up the separate emulator program, outside of the browser.”
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