On a Mac, updated the emulator of the popular game consoles and arcade systems OpenEmu. Version 2.0.1 has brought an updated interface, a rollback status in real time and the organizer screenshots. Among the claimed improvements also support controllers, the SteelSeries Stratus XL and the Nimbus. However, the most significant change was the compatibility with 16 additional games consoles, including the Nintendo 64 and the first PlayStation.
Thanks to OpenEmu Mac users can run games designed for devices such as Game Boy, NeoGeo Pocket, NES, Sega Genesis and Super Nintendo. The emulator made in the style of iTunes: uploaded ROM-images are displayed in a separate menu, grouped by type of consoles. Available support for game joysticks, audio multi-threaded, and OpenGL, which provides smoothing, shaders and other improvements for the image. The developers have implemented a save state anywhere in the game. This “trick” the creators of the program are particularly proud of.
In version 2.0.1 the list of compatible consoles has increased:
- Atari 5200
- Atari 7800
- Atari Lynx
- Famicom Disk System
- Nintendo 64
- Sega CD
- Sony PSP
- Sony PlayStation 1
OpenEmu 10 natively supports game controllers, including joysticks PlayStation 4, Xbox 360 (driver required), PlayStation 3, Logitech Dual Action, Logitech Nintendo Wiimote and Gamepad.
Want to test OpenEmu can do it for free. The program is compatible with computers operating on OS X 10.11 and higher and is available for download on the developers website.