October 21st, 2020 - Free - 100% Safe
(51 votes, average: 4.41 out of 5)
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If you have an extensive collection of emulators on your computer, then HyperSpin is a tool that can be used to manage all of them from one single interface. Otherwise, without this great solution, you will be required to start each application individually.

If you are using an emulator for a game, you will also have to find and launch the games you want to play, and as you will see, this tool will simplify the entire process by using a system of menus to launch your games.

This tool will use real arcade games controls and provide simple menu navigation in your arcade cabinet. It will also hide your standard Windows desktop and will give you an authentic arcade environment.

It is also possible to launch various programs with this software and turn your arcade cabinet into a fully functional media center that can be used as a multi-game machine. No one will know that you will have a regular computer built into your arcade cabinet.

HyperSpin main focus o is the MAME emulator, but it will be easy to find many emulators for other arcade and home console systems. It is a simple to use tool, and the help guide will be great for getting the installation finished.

There are some video tutorials provided for you, and they will cover all of the aspects of the installation process that you need to know about.

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Windows 11 / Windows 10 / Windows 8 / Windows 7

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3 years ago

RetroArch is a nightmare to setup if your not using RetroPie phone based. It is designed assuming all gamers are phone users or laptops. The majority of Americans are into phones only and are unaware of even sim titles.

They think it’s all Candy Crush and Snap Chat or hack n slash with lots of blood. I grew up when home computers were actual TOOLS not just for blood games.

It sadden me as a kid when everyone loved DOOM more then the various companies softwares that were out like BroderBund or Edmark.etc.

3 years ago

In the last few years I recently rediscovered Tree House by Broderbund you can play it on Dos Box Daum version. Almost sounds like a cuss word.

3 years ago

If you have Windows 98 on PCEMU (which Internet Archive has now with serials thanks to a license grant) you can play these games again natively.

The Treehouse works very good. Internet Archive has both games and serials if necessary including OS ones. The great thing is it isn’t illegal at most it’s a ‘gray zone’.