This was bound to happen and now it finally has. Using a jailbreaking method an emulation and XDA developer has managed to get a few X86 legacy apps running on Windows RT. Check out the video here.
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Galaga, that Namco gem of the 1980s, has reached Android devices. Entitled 'Special Edition', the game is free and - according to the Play Store description - compatible with pretty much everything.
A SNES emulator has been released for Windows 8 and RT, so that users and retro gamers can meet their needs of playing old-school gamers all over again. This emulator will also work on Surface.
Want to emulate NES games on your Vita? Well now you can! Well, almost. An emulator has been built with the PlayStation Suite Development Kit and we at NeoGamr will show you how to run it.
It appears a Microsoft promise to officially facilitate homebrew development on the Windows Phone 7 platform doesn't extend to emulator apps, with one developer reportedly told his NES emulator will not be allowed in the...
Parallels has announced version 3.0 of its popular Mac virtualization package, offering long-anticipated emulation of 3D accelerated GPUs, allowing high-end Windows games to run in virtualization. The company said it was just weeks away from...
Datel's Action Replay series of PlayStation 2 cheat devices have always let players do some rather unconventional things with their consoles, but the newly-released Action Replay MAX looks to take the prize. In addition to...
Not quite, but in the right direction. It appears that a project registered at Sourceforge is working behind emulating PowerPC instructions to run on x86 systems. A recent post in our forums by Elite_graphix links...
Overland storage is expected to release the latest version of its REO disk-to-disk backup appliance sometime this month, giving it tape emulation capabilities and the ability to serve as secondary storage. With tape...
Nintendo has successfully patented the emulation in software of handheld gaming devices, and the company has already begun challenging emulator developers to cough up royalties. Nintendo's patent, number 6,672,963, was filed in November 2000 but...