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Once I had my chosen emulators installed, I launched the desktop version of Steam and used the "Games > Add a non-Steam game to my library" menu to add each emulator to Steam so that I could access it from the SteamOS interface. (One note here if you're also installing Duckstation: it has two interfaces, and "DuckStationNoGUI" is the one you want to add to Steam. It's built to play nice with controllers.)

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Once you're back in the Steam Deck's primary interface you'll find the emulators in your library, where they more or less work like any other game. Most importantly, this means they can take advantage of the Steam Deck's biggest perks:

Of the ones I installed, Duckstation and PPSSPP have controller-friendly interfaces, so I could use the D-pad and face buttons to bounce around the menus as soon as I booted them up. For Dolphin, PCSX2 and Bsnes, I launched the emulators and then customized a Steam controller profile to allow me to use mouse input to set things up. Here's my basic setup:

This lets you use the right trackpad as a mouse and the grip buttons on the back of the Steam Deck as your mouse clicks for navigating the emulator menus. And this way there's no conflict with the controller bindings you'll want to set for each emulator.

One other thing you'll need to do in each emulator is make sure that games are set to open in fullscreen. In Dolphin, I ran into an issue where the game render window and the Dolphin menu window were fighting each other for control, leading to a really annoying flickering problem. Easily fixed: Under Config > Interface Settings, check the "Keep Window on Top" box for the render window.

I ran into a few other issues here and there that were simply quirks of emulation and not unique to the Steam Deck, but on the whole it's been as smooth as I could've hoped. The one emulator I didn't test is Yuzu, simply because I don't have any Switch games ripped (guess I have some jailbreaking to do). But I now have Super Nintendo, PS1, PS2, PSP, GameCube and Wii games on a portable device with the power to play (almost) all of them, and this is before emulator developers have a chance to test the Steam Deck themselves. It's a damn good start.

So what does all this mean, in practical terms? By default, all of the emulators (other than for the PSP and Nintendo DS) are configured to 1.50 (3:2) aspect ratio, to take up the full screen. Certain systems (GBA, Wonderswan, Lynx) look very nice, while others will appear squished at full screen. How squished they look will depend on their native resolution: the further the native resolution is from 1.50, the more squished the image will appear (e.g. a very fat/wide Mario in Super Mario Bros. 3).

Similar to shaders, video filters will alter the image but are powered by the CPU, so they may affect the emulator performance. In other words, they will work fine with NES games, but may cause performance issues for N64 games. Like shaders, filters can only be used when RGA scaling is turned OFF. But given that shaders work so well on this device, you can probably just ignore filters.

I love your work and contribution to RG351 platform. I use your instructions to setup my RG351p to get most out of this little, but powerful device. Following this screen setup teritorial I thought that a nice addition would be a complete list/database in the form of easy to follow table, for each individual emulated console with specific recommended settings. This could be a community contributed effort, I am sure there experts on FB group who could recomend Atari, Amiga and other platforms settings.Later this could be used by Dev teams behind the OSs to adjust it as default settings for the Retroarch and other emulators. Thanks & Happy New Year

SdlBkBtl Beta 10 - Dingoo A320 Emulator is available to download for Elektronika BK. This emulator works in maximum quality on the Other platform and is developed by nzeemin. Download SdlBkBtl Beta 10 - Dingoo A320 to play Elektronika BK ROMs on your device. Cross-platform Elektronika BK Emulators are available only at for multiple platforms to run your games.

The Dingoo A320 Pocket Retro Game Emulator comes out of the box ready to play games from such classic systems as the Nintendo Entertainment System, Super Nintendo, Game Boy Advance, Sega Genesis, and classic arcade games from companies like Capcom, from Final Fight all the way to Marvel Vs. Capcom. With a directional pad, six face buttons and two shoulder buttons, the A320 is ready to go for all of the original control schemes, sacrificing nothing in terms of feel. Many of the emulators run perfectly, with perfect graphics and sound, and extra features like the ability to save your progress anywhere, so you can put down a game of The Legend of Zelda or Final Fantasy as easily as you might Galaga. For Xbox console lovers, check out the leaked Microsoft Durango Xbox 720 specs.

All in all, I would say LDPlayer is an up-to-date Android emulator that offers a simple yet powerful Android experience on Windows computers, be it gaming or just general usage.ProsConsSupports both Intel and AMD PCsNot as feature-rich as BlueStacksFast and lightweightBased on Android 9Relatively less bloatedDownload: Free5. MEmu PlayMEmu Play is another awesome Android emulator on Windows that has lately gained a lot of traction. It is a tough task to name a single or even a couple of features considering that MEmu comes loaded with a ton of useful features.One of the most prominent features of the emulator is the fact that it supports both Intel and AMD CPUs which is great from a compatibility point of view. As astonishing as it may sound, but it is a feature not available on many Android emulators out there.Apart from that, the emulator comes with the ability to run multiple instances of apps and Android versions at once. Furthermore, the software is based on Android Nougat (7.1.2) by default and can also run Kit Kat (4.4), and Lollipop (5.0). It also allows you to have three different windows for all three Android versions.

I really needed an emulator for using instagram and it works on LDplayer smoothly. It is too slow and frustrating in bluestacks and wont even download in nox player and memu. But i cant run whatsapp in LD player

A MAJOR drawback to the versions of BlueStacks and NOX was that the emulator is also a marketing platform that comes BUNDLED with space wasting PRE set apps and that is very difficult to tailor the emulator to be minimal distractions

I tested LDPlayer, Nox, BS, Memu, Gameloop and they all have their own benefits and shortcoming! As for me, I play Free Fire using my PC. I can say LDPlayer is the best because they update their emulator regularly to improve the gaming experience, for Free Fire, Dragon Raja, etc! For gaming, LDPlayer is the best! However, if your goal of using emulator is not for gaming, then select any one of them

Using an Android emulator is a great way to access Android apps on your computer. You can also run other types of Android apps as well. They improve the apps now through latest technology available on mobile devices.

I am not entirely sure if expecting so much clarity from an emulator that you are basically using FREE OF CHARGE is the best course of action. You could simply download this or any other game that is built for PC, just like we used to play NDS on Laptops and PCs back in the day. These emulators help you project the phone onto a big computer screen and you could use it for diverse purposes but gaming is a different thing that requires hardcore graphics, you should know that before expecting too much from it.

Try Opening NOX or any emulator using Graphic card. Instead of opening the app by double click,right click and select open using graphic card or change settings of your default graphic card.Do not try when your laptop is on battery ?

You have even mentioned emulators, which are on the verge of going out of business. Nice work.However, there are several points, which you have not mentioned here. For example,1. Nox App Player does not support several AMD processors.2. I have tested half of Android emulators mentioned here for my client, and guess what, you have also excluded important points like Intel VTX and AMD SVM should be enabled, in order to run them smoothly.

mGBA is an emulator for running Game Boy Advance games. It aims to be fasterand more accurate than many existing Game Boy Advance emulators, as well asadding features that other emulators lack. It also supports Game Boy andGame Boy Color games..

IMPORTANT EDIT: I guess, this issue has something to do with the laptop I am using, DELL Latitude, touch screen (14-inch QHD touch display (2,5601,440 resolution).Because the same emulator works properly in other display laptops.

You can fix the scaling issue when using the Hardware rendering by simply making windows override the scaling setting. How?, it's very easy.Simply locate the .exe file for the emulator that you are using, (e.g. "qemu-system-armel.exe" for ARM and "qemu-system-x86_64.exe" for x86).To make sure which .exe file, just run the emulator then use task manager to locate the .exe file is running, see the screenshot.locate the .exe file using task manager

Straight out of the box its easy to use, and comes with a simple launcher that installs all of the emulators needed with one simple click, making it an easy product to recommend for those that have never touched a retro handheld before.

Straight out of the box the Retroid Pocket 2+ is fluid to setup because the GoRetroid team created their own launcher, taking you step by step through the handheld while using the touchscreen. They even install retro gaming emulators for you when setting up, this level of help is what helps us advise this to anyone.

While those sites were sharing Nintendo ROMs, the act of downloading them is also likely illegal, even if you already own those games on an old cartridge or disc. To find out more about how the law views game emulators, I spoke with three different intellectual property lawyers.


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