Tag: emulator

This post has been¬†edited and revised many times over, each time with a slightly better version of running Theme Hospital on the Mac. As of today, this is the best way to run Theme Hospital on your Mac, in high resolution thanks to the work of the open-source clone of Theme Hospital from CorsixTH. Here’s […]


This is neat. SNESbox¬†is a website that emulates an SNES in your browser, all for free. The emulator uses Adobe Flash to work and after an initial learning stage to get your keyboard buttons correct, the SNES works rather well. Quite a bit of fun if you’re bored at work.


I’m not much of a gamer, but the Retrode 2 retro gaming adapter looks like a worthwhile investment at $85. The device allows you to plug in any SNES or Sega Genesis game catridge along with the applicable controllers so that you can play the game on your computer on the fly via an emulator. […]


It’s always hard to explain camera functions to somebody without actually showing them how it is affecting their photos. That’s why I like the idea behind CameraSim, a virtual online photo simulator that snaps “photos” and simulates what the image will look like given certain aperture, shutter speed, ISO, and lighting inputs. Go ahead and […]

Emulator is a multi-touch MIDI Controller for tablet PCs that allows DJ’s to tap into the future and bring back next-generation touchscreen capabilities to their DJ setup. Pretty neat and certainly a piece of expensive eye-candy if this were at a show.


Over at Virtual Apple you can emulate the Apple II operating system and load up any number of programs and games that were made for the Apple II computer. One of the games made for the Apple II was Oregon Trail and you can play the original game in full for free. Help yourself and […]