From the same game developer who brought us the popular Cauldron Remake, comes a JavaCPC Emulator by DevilMarkus. The Amstrad CPC was a home computer popular in Europe and that came out about the same time as the Commodore 64. You can find out more about the Amstrad CPC at Wikipedia. Note that you have […]
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PortableApps.com has released a portable version of the DOSBox Emulator at just 1.5 MB! Here are two places to get some DOS games for your DOSBox Emulator: DOSGames.com Abandonia.com
For Commodore 64 fans, there is another emulator to try out called CCS64 – make sure to download the no installer version for your USB flash drive!
Here’s a portable GameBoy emulator called Visual Boy Advance at only 1.72 MB: Visual Boy Advance And here’s where you can get some free (yes, they’re legal, too) GBA to play: http://www.gameboy-advance-roms.com/free_gba_roms.htm
This isn’t a portable game (but you can bookmark this site in your portable FireFox browser!), but in case there are others out there like me who love the old arcade games the most, I thought I’d pass on this site that has about 300 classic online games from Nintendo: updated: http://www.virtualnes.com/. There is nothing […]
Emulators (programs that imitate other computer platforms) open up a whole new world of portable gaming for your flash drive. Games that I once thought I’d never be able to play again (like Aztec Challenge for the Commodore 64 which I tried to find for months on a PC platform) are all available and most […]