Yes, you can save your game progress to start from where you left! Use the instructions below to save and load your game.
To save your game, follow these steps:
To load your game, follow these steps:
You may configure the emulator controls to your liking. To do this, click within the emulator screen. Then hover over the emulator screen with your mouse and you will see an icons bar appear at the bottom of the emulator. Click on the tool icon to see the default controls or setup your own custom controls.
We use various technologies so that you can receive the best emulation experience on the internet. There are different emulators for the specific console that is being emulated online. GBA, Game Boy Color, SNES, NES as well as the other emulators use Flash technology to run the games. To play the games optimally, be sure to have the latest version of the Flash player installed on your browser.
You sure can! All you have to do is map the keyboard keys to the controller buttons in the USB controller settings.
Yes, after you start the game, mouse over the emuator screen to display the options bar at the bottom of the screen. Look for the icon that indicates a "Full-screen" and click it. You should now be able to play the game using your monitor's full screen size.
There is not a multiplayer mode yet. You can only use a single controller to play the game. You can, of course, share the games with your friends and compare your scores individually. You could also exchange save game files with your friends through email or other communication platforms so they can play your games!
Emulator Online loads specific game ROMs when you start the game by clicking into the emulator screen. For most Retro Games, these ROM files are quite small in size and only take a few seconds to load on a decent internet connection. Sometimes, however, the ROM Emulator file may be larger and could take longer to load with bigger game sizes. We have already taken the steps to optimize delivery of the game files and make the loading as quick as possible. Even larger games should load in a few seconds to under a minute. So in most circumstances, if you are experiencing an issue with the game loading slowly, it might be a problem with your internet connection.
We are constantly adding new retro games on the site on a daily basis. The site is updated every day with the best retro games from the past, and our library has been growing steadily. If you cannot find the game you are looking for, check back in a few days and we would have likely added it. If you still want a certain game that is not on the site, then leave a game request by contacting us and we would be happy to add the game for you.