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ULTIMATE RETRO Thread!!

Discussion in 'General Hardware' started by thevet, Dec 15, 2008.

  1. thevet

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    Location: Earth :-)

    Hi people i noticed that there a lot of hardcore gamers around here,just like myself who talk alot about Old "Classic" games that are long gone...so i thought i would share this link to virtually ALL Known emulators and games(roms) that were ever released.
    You will find here....all of these emulators

    Multiple Arcade
    Callus
    CPS2
    HiVE
    Juno
    Just For Fun
    Laser
    MAME
    Neo Geo
    Rage
    Raine
    Retrocade
    Sega Model 2
    Shark
    U64 (Killer Instinct)
    Viva Nonno
    Zinc (Impact) Console
    3DO
    Atari 2600
    Atari 5200
    Atari 7800
    Atari Jaguar
    Coleco Vision
    Dreamcast
    Famicom Disk System
    Intellivision
    NEC PC-FX
    Nintendo
    Nintendo 64
    Philips CD-I
    Sega Genesis
    Sega Master
    Sega Saturn
    Sony Playstation
    Sony Playstation 2
    Super Nintendo
    Turbo Grafx 16
    Vectrex Computer
    Amiga
    Amstrad CPC
    Apple II
    Commodore 64
    FM-Towns
    MSX
    Sharp X68000
    Sinclair Spectrum Handheld
    Atari Lynx
    Game Gear
    Gameboy Advanced
    Gameboy-Color
    GP2X
    Neo Geo Pocket-Color
    Playstation Portable
    Virtual Boy
    Wonderswan....





    GAMES FOR ALL OF THESE...




    ArcadeLaserdisc 180
    MAME 7552
    Modeler 20
    Namco System 22 (Viva Nonno) 2
    Neo-Geo 145
    Raine 591
    Retrocade 106
    Sega Model 2B 13
    Sord M5 12
    Vector Dreams 6
    Console 3DO 516
    Arcadia 2001 89
    Atari 2600 8003
    Atari 5200 256
    Atari 7800 169
    Atari Jaguar 166
    Bally Astrocade 29
    Coleco Vision 291
    Dreamcast 182
    Fairchild Channel F 4
    Famicom Disk 281
    Intellivision 252
    Nec PC-FX 24
    Neo-Geo CD 110
    NES 11553
    Nintendo 64 2630
    Philips G7000 & Magnavox Odyssey 2 0
    RCA Studio II 11
    Sam Coupe 779
    Sega CD 284
    Sega Genesis 11373
    Sega Master 1409
    Sega Saturn 1237
    Super Nintendo 11202
    Thomson MO5 388
    Turbo Grafx-16 1557
    Turbo Graphix 16 CD 490
    Vectrex 569

    ComputerAbandonware 5029
    Acorn 8-bit 614
    Acorn Archimedes 211
    Acorn BBC Micro 2881
    Acorn Electron 124
    Amiga 3969
    Amstrad CPC 6077
    Apple II 3202
    Apple Lisa 30
    Atari 800 5485
    Atari ST 12506
    Atari STx 1261
    Casio CFX 9850-9950 805
    Commodore 64 7387
    Commodore C128 45
    Commodore C16 591
    Commodore VIC-20 1204
    Commodore VIC-20 - Cartridges 555
    Fuji C 4
    Fujitsu FM-Towns 62
    Hewlett-Packard HP48 105
    Hewlett-Packard HP49 61
    Hewlett-Packard HP4x - BIOS (0.10) 0
    Jupiter Cantab Jupiter ACE 28
    Keio University K-1 6
    Matsu****a National JR 200 (0.10) 0
    Memotech MTX 192
    MSX 580
    MSX2 163
    Nascom I & II [0.10] 0
    NCR Decision V (0.10) 1
    NEC PC6001 204
    Oric 1224
    Osborne OSBORNE 1 & Executive 0
    PC-1 4
    Philips P2000T 17
    PTC Sol Terminal Computer SOL-20 0
    RCA Chip-8 51
    RCA Studio II 11
    RM Nimbus PC-186 25
    Robotron KC 85-2-4 1387
    Sharp MZ 102
    Sharp X1 95
    Sharp x68000 1037
    Sinclair QL 33
    Sinclair Spectrum 3945
    Sinclair ZX-81 1353
    Spectravideo SVI 318-328 194
    Tandy Color Computer 131
    Tandy MC-10 17
    Tandy Radio-86RK 157
    Tangerine Microtan 65 31
    Tangerine ORIC 1-Atmos-Telestrat 537
    Texas Instruments TI73 58
    Texas Instruments TI80 70
    VTech VZx00 265
    Wang VS 28
    Handheld Atari Lynx 302
    Game & Watch 0
    Game Gear 999
    Gameboy-Color 10240
    GP2X MAME 1205
    Neo Geo Pocket-Color 323
    Texas Instruments TI-99-4A+ Command Modules 0
    Texas Instruments TI82-92 - BIOS 79
    Virtual Boy 67
    Watara Supervision 64
    Wonderswan 305



    I setup a secondary hardrive and put all my retro stuff on there...to basically preserve the past for one of my favourite hobbies

    Link
    http://www.emuasylum.com/index.php

    Go here for Dragons Lair emulator and support
    http://www.daphne-emu.com/site3/index_hi.php

    Go here for Dragons Lair Roms and mpeg files,roms,framefiles and all other Laserdisk games
    http://www.laserarchive.com/ddl/

    Screenshot from one of the most popular arcade games of all time Dragons Lair...
    and my favourite laserdisk game
    [​IMG]
    Not bad for 1983!
     
    Last edited: Jun 7, 2009
  2. Swi1ch

    Wise Guy

    Joined: Nov 19, 2008

    Posts: 1,511

    Dude, are all these freeware now? Because otherwise you might taste banhammer for promoting illegal breach of copyright.
     
  3. thevet

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    nobody care about emulators as its the only way to preserve the past...i think websites like emuasylum are doing a good job for keeping the old stuff alive...if i get banned then i dont mean to be banned...im just trying to share my passion for gaming with other people...:)
     
  4. Solari

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    Location: Kent

    I wish my old HDD hadn't died with all my 8 bit stuff, it took ages to build it up.

    Classic Gaming is awesome - I often get nostalgic about my old CPC, C64 and Spectrum (and later, Amiga, Megadrive, SNES) :D

    OP: Be sure anything you are making available or linking to is now freeware/abandonware etc. I'd guess most of the older stuff is seeing as there are plenty of Emu and Rom sites about now that are pretty mainstream.
     
  5. DigitalReaper

    Gangster

    Joined: Apr 5, 2008

    Posts: 360

    You can still buy some of the nintendo games and some of the laserdisc games, I doub't it's legal to link to their downloads (sadly, I like my retro stuff too).
     
  6. thevet

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    re

    emuasylum has been going for years now,thats how they have a massive database as its been built up over a large amount of time...nobody cares about retro apart from the people that played them in there youth....even if you was a multi millionaire and had loadsamoney you still could not buy all of these as there is not any left of most of them...and even if you did find them imagine the storage space you would need?
    Retro stuff is meant to be used on PC's today...its the only way to preserve all of it in a nice tidy space:)
     
  7. magick

    Mobster

    Joined: Apr 11, 2004

    Posts: 4,371

    I can't stop playing the Neo Geo.

    Mark of the Wolves
    Breakers Revenge
    Metal Slug
    Last Blade 2
    KoF 2003

    And not to mention the awesome shoot em up games on it.

    Who needs 360/PS3?
     
  8. sithlord

    Hitman

    Joined: Jun 1, 2007

    Posts: 638

    Love the old arcade games.

    I did some mame benchmarking recently on "propcycle" on my i7 system with XP 32bit. 2.66 Ghz = 56%. Changing to Vista 64 it went 110% then I overclocked my PC to 3.8 ghz, it went to 186%. 64 Bit OSes are faster.