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Emulators are small programs that enables your PC to play games that were originally made for Arcade Machines or Consoles. Once installed, go to the Games page, and download the games you want.

     

Snes9x
Emulates: Super Nintendo Entertainment System (SNES), a.k.a. Super Famicom.

Download Snes9x (32-bit)
(Windows: XP/Vista/win7 32-bit)

Download - Snes9x (64-bit)
(Windows: XP/Vista/win7 64-bit)

 

 

Fusion
Emulates: Sega SG1000, SC3000, Master System, Game Gear, Genesis, Megadrive, SegaCD, MegaCD, 32X.

Download - Fusion
(Windows: 9x/2000/XP/Vista/win7)

 

 

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Snes9X installation guide:

Extracting & Placement:
I suggest you make a new folder called "Emulators" on your "C:" drive. You don't have to, but it makes things easier if you're not a computer geek. Extract the contents of the "Snes9x32" and "Snes9364" zip-package into the "Emulators" folder. The two packages already contains the "Snes9x32" or "Snes9x32" folder, so those will be created automatically. When copying games to the emulator, copy all the ROM-files (the games) to the "ROMs" folder inside the "Snes9x32" or "Snes9x32" folder. Snes9X has zip support, so you do not have to extract the games/ROMs from their zip files.
Double-click "Snes9x.exe" or "snes9x-x64.exe" to open the program.

Setting up the buttons on your keyboard or game pad:
Click on Input menu then Joy pad Configuration. This box tells you the buttons that correspond to the SNES buttons. To change them, click on the box the arrow is pointing, and then press the button you want it to change to.

Loading a game:
Click on the File menu, then "Load Game". By default, the program will display its "ROMs" folder. Click on a game, and then click Open.

Full screen:
Press "Alt+Enter" to run in full screen. Press Alt+Enter again to go back to window mode.

Screen renders: (output image processing)
Go to the "Options" menu, and then "Display Configuration". Click on the drop-down for "Output Image Processing". Clicking on the one you want, and then click "OK" to enable the screen render. Try them all until you find the one you like best.
 

 

Fusion installation guide:

Fusion supports "Sega Master System, Game Gear, Genesis, Sega CD, 32X, and Sega CD 32X".

Extracting & Placement:
I suggest you make a new folder called "Emulators" on your "C:" drive. You don't have to, but it makes things easier if you're not a computer geek. Extract the contents of the Fusion zip-package into the "Emulators" folder. The package already contains the files of the emulator inside the "Fusion" folder, so this will be created automatically. Put your downloaded games into the "ROMs" folder inside the "Fusion" folder. You do not have to extract the game-files (ROM-files) from their zip-packages, as the emulator can read them as they are. Double-click "Fusion.exe" to open the program.
When opening Fusion for the first time, you'll be greeted with a friendly tip. It's just saying if Fusion displays games in a messed up way or not at all, you have to change something in Fusion.ini file inside the "Fusion" folder. To edit "Fusion.ini" open it with Notepad. But you most likely you don't have to edit the ini.

Setting up the keyboard or game pad:
1. Click on the Options menu, then "Set Config".
2. Click the "Controllers tab".
3. Click the Define button.
4. Towards the button of the window, you'll be prompted with button names. Press the buttons on your keyboard, or on your game pad to reconfigure.

Loading a game:
Click on the File menu, and click on the type of game you want to load. Double-click on a game to play it.

Full screen mode:
To use full screen, go to Video, then Full screen. Or press "Alt+Enter". And once again to exit full screen.