What is RetroArch?
RetroArch is a modular multi-system game/emulator system that is designed to be fast,
lightweight, and portable. It has features few other dedicated games / emulators have,
- Real-time rewinding
- Multi-pass shaders (up to 8-pass)
- Game aware shading
- Remote networked sound support
- A built-in GUI/OSD system
What platforms does it support?
RetroArch sets the standard on cross-platform portability right now.
- Linux (x86 and x86_64)
- Windows (32bit/64bit)
- Mac OSX (PPC/Intel)
- Playstation 3 (PS3 SDK/PSL1GHT (WIP))
- Xbox 1 (XDK)
- Xbox 360 (XeXDK/Libxenon)
- Raspberry Pi
- Blackberry (10/Playbook)
What web platforms does it support?
Far be it for us to just limit ourselves to physical platforms – we also go beyond that:
Check out a handful of demos here – RetroArch Emscripten. Note – best results are obtained by using Firefox Nightly. It can mean the difference between a core running at fullspeed or not depending on your hardware/OS.
Where can I get it?
See those logo icons/text links at the top of the page? Press the icon of the platform that you want to use RetroArch on and you will be taken to a page containing information on where to get the program/download it.