*legal* Emulation Resources

Since this has been bumped (and I'm glad it has been - it's great to know that it's being enjoyed! :D ), I'll just make a note that the list has been updated again, with some links torpor provided in puppydee's other thread. :)

@puppydee - Thanks. :D There's a LOT of good stuff available, so much that I've barely even scratched the surface of trying it all myself. A few days ago I nabbed, from trooper's links on June 12th, the very good Samurai Warrior - The Battles of Usagi Yojimbo for the C64, from Games Coffer, for example - it never ceases to amaze me how much excellent stuff I've missed out on.
Free Oric-1/Atmos roms (new stuff being freshly developed for the Oric-1/Atmos scene) are available from http://oric.org/ and the latest news about new releases for the Oric-1/Atmos are available in the forums at http://defence-force.org/ ..
Nekura said:
I fully support Good Old Games, if only because they revived Interstate 76. (One of my all time favorite games. I wish it was open source so I could offer a bounty to have it ported to the Panda.)

There is also a great deal of awesome homebrew development happening for old consoles, especially the 2600. Unfortunately, the main source of homebrew ROMs also hosts a bunch of grey-area commercial ROMs so I won't link there. (You can Google "atari 2600 homebrew" for some great sites and resources.)

Another source of a few excellent games is Simon Quernhorst. (http://www.quernhorst.de/atari/) He's produced a number of excellent Atari 2600 and Commodore 64 games that are free to download. (I own one of the 50 actual cartridges he produced.)
There probably ought to be a resurrection of the thread where people were trying to figure out what games could be run reliably under dosbox. Possibly with hints about what settings to use, or even attached configurations to try.

EDIT: Or I could pay more attention to the fact that there's a different thread that now serves that purpose.
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