Coming up

Retroarch is coming this late July. The developer has announced this as freeware of emulator. The freeware is an open source and cross-platform frontend/framework for emulators, game engines, video games, media players and other applications.

Steam users can now enjoy the features Retroarch offers for free. Retroarch can do pretty much everything you can expect from a game emulator software. Here you can play your favorite retro games in your childhood like Pacmac, Minecraft, or even 2468.

Can you name out what game is this?

Retroarch is arguably one of the most popular emulator software around. It will come to Steam in the next two weeks. By the end of July, retro game enthusiasts will have the chance to enjoy their game free on Steam.

However, in the early launch of the emulator, users are limited to the basic features of the app. It means the freeware can work as a regular emulator without any plus point. Worry not, advanced features are in active development, according to the Libretro – the game developer and publisher.

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The emulator will come out in the next 2 weeks

What is the plus point? Well, for the time being, Libretro hasn’t revealed much about the advanced features yet. They only announced that “RetroArch has advanced features like shaders, netplay, rewinding, next-frame response times, run ahead, and more!”

More on the freeware

In case you are unfamiliar with Retroarch, the emulator is completely free. It offers a fast and stable solution to games on other platforms. The emulator can run on the usual platforms like Windows, Mac OS X and Linux.

RetroArch also runs on Apple and Android for tablets and phones, as well as on game consoles like PS3, PSP, PS Vita, Wii, Wii U and more!

You can play retro games even on your phone

RetroArch has its own website to provide more information about the emulator. It also offer free link download to the software of many platforms