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Old 02 October 2020, 18:39   #16
dreadnought
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I haven't used dedicated desktop emulators for yonks. All my emulation was through Retropie, so it was all about Retroarch.

Have it installed on my PC now as well, because of its awesome shader library, which you can apply to all its emulators.

Recently I've also started using Retro Virtual Machine for ZX Spectrum and Amstrad emulation.

It's trying to be an "app" style emulator: there are minimal options, a lot of gfx and frills such as seeing a tape deck spinning a cassete. It sounds kinda daft but is strangely alluring and works for me.

It also has fantastic CRT filter (easily configurable with sliders) right out the box. I really wish there was a similar WinUAE interpretation.
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