adds new features including speed settings for emulators

The browser-based retro console emulator has just released a host of new updates that make the browser emulator more up to par with emulation programs. rolled out a series of updates to improve the emulation quality of the website in January. These updates include restart functionality, speed control, bilinear filter for nintendo ds emulator, UI updates, controller support, and expanded file format support. is a browser-based retro console emulator that you can access using your desktop, laptop, mobile device – any device that can run a browser. Currently, website supports GameBoy, GameBoy Color, GameBoy Advance and Super Nintendo ROM. A premium version locked behind a $4.99 monthly paywall supports Nintendo DS, Nintendo 64 and PlayStation, with future updates looking to add emulations of PlayStation Portable, Nintendo 3DS, Nintendo GameCube, Nintendo Wii, Xbox and Dreamcast. is a good alternative to the Nintendo Switch Online Expansion Pass subscription service. All you need are legally owned ROMs for the various retro console emulators supported by the website. Once you download the ROMs, you can play them on the browser using your keyboard or even with a gamepad. Logging into the website would allow you to continue where you left off, regardless the device from which you will access the website. Your ROMs will be accessible wherever you are.

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