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Old 07 July 2016, 15:03   #1
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Emula For AROS

EMULA: universal Multi-Emulator Frontend
If you like this project please share and follow the development on http://a-mc.biz/

After you have unpacked the archive execute EmuLa and hit the [UPDATE] button because a new build is available as well as updated emulators & roms databases.

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Old 08 July 2016, 15:00   #2
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To hell with renting software.
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To hell with renting software.
I think the basic version does not need to renting

Available downloads EMULA for AROS e WINDOWS
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Seems to be very nice. Keep it up, I hope more and more systems will be supported in the near future.
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Thank you for posting the news
Yes, EmuLa can be used for free but some optional features are disabled.

Thank you, more systems will be added soon, also version for Linux, MacOS, MorphOS and AmigaOS4 will be released in the future.

this is a huge project for a single person that took a long time to be realized, also still require a lot of effort to be able to add new systems, it is for this reason that there is a premium version

Please try it and share your thoughts!
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EmuLa v1.5 By Allanon (Fabio Falcucci) has been released, here is what's changed :

- New configuration option : if enabled EmuLa can performs a check for updates at program start, not more than once a day.
- Scan : when the SCAN is performed EmuLa will ask if you want to download game art while scanning or not. You can always download game art later with the REFETCH tool, so this option may be very handy if you are in hurry (thanks to @deadwood for the suggestion).
- Close gadget : Now EmuLa will ask a confirmation when you close the main window.
- First Linux ARM build supporting generic ARM Linux and Odroid.
- Support for SuperNES added, around 1400 roms supported, more to come in the next days.
- Serial validation : Fixed a little bug that occurred when EmuLa server was offline and EmuLa was asking for serial validation.

If, after the update, you get an error about writing the preferences file just ignore it, it is all fine.

HOW TO UPDATE : Hit the [UPDATE] button on your EmuLa window.

FULL PACKAGES : EmuLa web page

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