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7 reasons to play retro titles – Puppy Arcade 7 is released

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I have spoken with the creator (Scott Jarvis) and one of the most impressive things about this distro (other than its excellent) is the enthusiasm and genuine love Scott has for emulation and people enjoying old classics on hardware that may have been otherwise written off as an “old PC”.

Puppy Arcade 7 is now much better in terms of gaming playability – it now supports full-screen in nearly all emulators, while gamepads are supported in all emulators, usingRejoystick and has had a few more emulator additions and replacements.

More Atari emulation has been added, and Spectrum support has also increased. NES and MasterSystem emulation is also now much improved. The ‘pup’ emulator frontends have been updated where possible to include the extra benefits of the emulator changes.

So here are my 7 reasons why you should use Puppy Arcade:

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