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Video Game Emulators

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Video Game Emulators

An ever growing list of emulators that replicate games machines from the 1970's to more recent times. For beginners, I recommend trying the RCA Studio II and Atari VCS emulators first.

As PCs become more powerful, successive generations of games consoles should become progressively more accessible. In the future, games will be made much more accessible from day one, making all of this unnecessary. Hopefully.

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RCA Studio II (1977)

 

 

RCA Studio II (1977)

 

RCA's Studio II games console is of historical interest being the first on record to be used by disabled gamers using adaptive technology.
RCA Studio II Emulator Download
Emulator Instructions
Games
 

Atari VCS (1977)

 

 

Atari VCS (1977)

 

The Atari VCS (aka Atari 2600) was a massively popular machine in the late 1970's and 80's. The first to officially bring Space Invaders into people's homes, and one of the first to offer accessibility options in mainstream games.
"Stella" Atari VCS Emulator Download
Emulator Instructions
Games
 

Commodore PET (1977)

 

 

Commodore PET (1977)

 

The Commodore PET was one of the first home Personal Computers, released in 1977. Included here due to "Air Attack" one of the first ever fully one-button playable games.
"WinVICE" PET Emulator Download
Emulator Instructions
Games
 

SEGA Megadrive (1988)

 

 

SEGA Megadrive

 

Bringing Sonic the Hedgehog to the world, the SEGA Megadrive (aka Genesis) is a much loved machine.
"GENS" Megadrive Emulator Download
Emulator Instructions (pending)
Games



LEGAL NOTICE: Many game ROMs remain the copyright of the original owners who may or may not be happy for them to be played under emulation. Put in the context of these games impossible to play in their original format for some disabled gamers and I would hope that attitudes would be more relaxed. Support developers by letting them know why you can't play their games and offer some solutions.


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