Via Coding Horror
Every geek goes through a phase where they discover emulation. It’s practically a rite of passage.
I think I spent most of my childhood – and a large part of my life as a young adult – desperately wishing I was in a video game arcade. When I finally obtained my driver’s license, my first thought wasn’t about the girls I would take on dates, or the road trips I’d take with my friends. Sadly, no. I was thrilled that I could drive myself to the arcade any time I wanted.
My two arcade emulator builds in 2005 satisfied my itch thoroughly. I recently took my son Henry to the California Extreme expo, which features almost every significant pinball and arcade game ever made, live and in person and real. He enjoyed it so much that I found myself again yearning to share that part of our history with my kids – in a suitably emulated, arcade form factor.
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