Sunday, January 8, 2012

Play old games online!

hey folks

so, in yesterday's post I left a link for you guys play yo!noid online... and then I went and searched a little more for cool things like that, and came back with more interesting links:

NES emulators online:
http://nintendo8.com/ (the one I talked about yesterday)
http://www.virtualnes.com/ (this one let you change button configuration :D)
http://www.playnes.net/ (big screen)
http://www.nesplay.com/ (another nice one)

Master System emulator online:
http://mastersystem8.com/

Snes emulator online:
http://snessy.com/

the only thing you need is the Java plug-in, that your browser will ask you to click and install. very easy, really.

and if you have more reccomendatiosn, post on comments, and i'll be happy to edit the post and add it, with credits ;)

so, have fun!

46 comments:

  1. Nice looks like theres lots of ways to play. I'm trying to play an old windows 95 game which program could I use to play the game on a windows 7 pc?

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  2. Sounds like a plan, so easy now a days to just play them

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  3. Thanks for these links!

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  4. Yes! I love playing retro games. Thanks a lot man.

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  5. Oh wow, I didn't even know emu's were available online! Thanks!!

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  6. Thanks for the links man! i bought classic gta and gta2 off steam for 1.50 a while ago.

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  7. Thanks for the visit. :D

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  8. Oh sweet! Online emulators? I'm there!

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  9. I've never tried emulators before...but I have had a hankering to play some of the classics again. Thanks!

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  10. Very cool. I could use some of those since I don't have my new TV yet.

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  11. megaman2 and mike tyson punch out here i come! ><

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  12. Don't forget the Genesis emulators, as well as gameboy emulators as well. Those had classic games (Dune, ToeJam and Earl, General Chaos, and Tetris et al.)

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  13. Thanks! I've been wanting to play some of these.

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  14. but the retro is so hardmode:D

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  15. Yes, yes,yes, you are wonderful for giving me back these memories. I don't post on Sundays, but caught this post just now in my google reader. Have a happy Monday!

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  16. I've been on nintendo8 a few times, very good website. Didn't know about the other ones though, thanks for the info! :)

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  17. Thanks for sharing,I will test them in work :D

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  18. awesoome! woohoo i shall have games to play and time to waste :D

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  19. Oooh, if a found this few years ago surely I'd be playing till now.

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  20. Thanks for sharing indeed, this will keep me from study for a while.

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  21. Finally some solid emulators. After my computer blew up I couldn't find my old trusty one's!

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  22. wow a master system emu too!! /swoon im getting on it right now ^^

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  23. nice, i wish there was an xbox emu

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  24. This is AWESOME! Thank you! (Now watch America's productivity fall further!)

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  25. love emulators, they allow you to open up so many memorys

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  26. OMG thanks for sharing, we'll definitely try em out :p

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  27. Yeah, I love those. Huge time-wasters though. I can't believe I spent most of my childhood playing those.

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  28. I am totally gonna be checking out the nintendo :) As always great post!

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  29. oh! These are some awesome links!
    I wanted to start training but ... oh well!

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  30. thanks you, some sites are i¡on my list of games to play, and i can't found it, thanks you!
    Also + follow

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  31. Great info + sources, thanks for posting!

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  32. Thanks for this share mate, gonna have a productive afternoon now ;P

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  33. When are you going to post again? I stopped in hoping you'd have something up. I'll drop by again later in the day.

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  34. Thank you! Bring on the nostalgia!!

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  35. For the Snes it has to be either zleda or super mario land! Awesome, awesome games :)

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  36. wow thanks did not know about these

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  37. Wow online emulators : )
    Thank you!

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  38. Thanks for the links man, now I can pick up from where I left off in Super Mario haha!

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