According to Wikipedia an emulator used in computer sciences duplicates (provides an emulation of) the functions of one system by using an entirely different system, which means that the second one behaves like (and appears to be) the first. This focus on reproducing exact external behaviour is in contrast to other forms computer simulations that might just simulate an abstract model of the system.

Layman states, “I play N64 with my computer.”

This instructable focuses upon the use and installation of emulators (NES, Gameboy, PSone, NES) as well as the process of inserting games into the appropriate folders, and play them.

Step 1: What console do you want to emulate? / purchasing an emulator

This is a matter of what you want to play however, whatever you want to play, go to rom-rom-rom.top They offer a wide range of emulators. The ones that work the best are rated most highly and are at the top of the list.

Visual Boy Advance is an emulator for the Gameboy Advance. I’ll be using it as an example.

Emulators may be legal. Any opposition to this fact could be dismissed

Step 2 Step 2: Install the Emulator

Depending on the emulator you decide to download, you’ll have to do either. You can use either winrar or a similar program to open the file, which is INCREDIBLY user-friendly. You can download the trial here. The trial is indefinite therefore you don’t need to buy an actual copy.read about it roms for emulator from Our Articles

www.rarlab.com/download.htm Make sure you get the one labeled WinRAR x86 (32 bit) 3.90

If it’s lucky, you’ll receive a.exe. The file will auto-extract and install itself once it is double-clicked. You just need to select the directory to which you would like the emulator to be installed.

Step 3. How to use Winrar

If you’re following my example and downloaded Visual Boy Advanced, you need to download the files in the Winrar archive to your desktop, in a folder on your desktop, ect. Here are some tips to guide you through this.

  • 1. Install Winrar in case you don’t have it already
  • 2. For the emulator to be extracted into an appropriate folder, create it on your desktop. It can be named whatever you want, but this is the one I’ll use.
  • 3. Double click the.rar files
  • 4. Click the first file to open it. (The first file is the one that’s below the folder and has two dots beside it. Don’t click the folder.
  • 5. Locate the last file and press AND hold Shift on your keyboard. Click the mouse while pressing Shift. This will open all files located within the folder.
  • 6. Click the extract to icon located on the top of the program
  • 7. Choose the location you would like the file to be extracted to


Depending on how large the file is, the time to extract it will vary.

Step 4: Getting Roms

There is a funny law that applies to Roms. You must possess the game physically in order for a legal rom. If you don’t have the game but you have the rom, it’s illegal.

But, listen!

Nobody cares

There are thousands and thousands of roms on my computer. The same is true for downloading music from the Internet, nobody really cares.

A quick Google search of the word “roms” will yield results

If you’re arrested for downloading Roms, I’m not liable. (Seriously, you won’t be caught unless you go to the Nintendo, Sony or Microsoft websites and present your Roms you downloaded.

Step 5: Organizing Your Roms

There are two ways to accomplish this: the messy, and the tidy.

It is possible to dump all your roms in one folder by using the sloppy method. This makes it easy to find the folder, but harder to find the rom (depending if you have thousands on thousands).

It is possible to arrange the roms you downloaded in a neat way. GBA-roms will be located in the GBA/roms directory. N64-roms are located in N64/roms.

If you’re extremely neat, you might put the GBA-ROMS inside the folder titled “roms” and then put it within the emulator’s files. Doing so wont effect preformance.

Step 6 – Loading and playing the Rom

Similar to the majority of the preceding actions, this one requires little thought.

  • 1. Start the emulator. If you aren’t installing the emulator (idk why your in this stage) proceed to step 2.
  • 2. Then, you open “file” first, and then “open” after the munu file is expanded. This step is the same for virtually all emulators.
  • 3. Browse the file that holds your roms. Search for the one you’re looking for.

Step 7: Done

You were able to load and play something safely, congrats!

This instructable focuses upon the use and installation of emulators (NES, Gameboy, PSone, NES) as well as the process of inserting games into the appropriate folders, and play them.

Step 1: What console do you want to emulate? / purchasing an emulator

This is a matter of what you want to play however, whatever you want to play, go to rom-rom-rom.top They offer a wide range of emulators. The ones that work the best are rated most highly and are at the top of the list.

Visual Boy Advance is an emulator for the Gameboy Advance. I’ll be using it as an example.

Emulators may be legal. Any opposition to this fact could be dismissed

Step 2 Step 2: Install the Emulator

Depending on the emulator you decide to download, you’ll have to do either. You can use either winrar or a similar program to open the file, which is INCREDIBLY user-friendly. You can download the trial here. The trial is indefinite therefore you don’t need to buy an actual copy.read about it roms for emulator from Our Articles

www.rarlab.com/download.htm Make sure you get the one labeled WinRAR x86 (32 bit) 3.90

If it’s lucky, you’ll receive a.exe. The file will auto-extract and install itself once it is double-clicked. You just need to select the directory to which you would like the emulator to be installed.

Step 3. How to use Winrar

If you’re following my example and downloaded Visual Boy Advanced, you need to download the files in the Winrar archive to your desktop, in a folder on your desktop, ect. Here are some tips to guide you through this.

  • 1. Install Winrar in case you don’t have it already
  • 2. For the emulator to be extracted into an appropriate folder, create it on your desktop. It can be named whatever you want, but this is the one I’ll use.
  • 3. Double click the.rar files
  • 4. Click the first file to open it. (The first file is the one that’s below the folder and has two dots beside it. Don’t click the folder.
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  • 5. Locate the last file and press AND hold Shift on your keyboard. Click the mouse while pressing Shift. This will open all files located within the folder.
  • 6. Click the extract to icon located on the top of the program
  • 7. Choose the location you would like the file to be extracted to


Depending on how large the file is, the time to extract it will vary.

Step 4: Getting Roms

There is a funny law that applies to Roms. You must possess the game physically in order for a legal rom. If you don’t have the game but you have the rom, it’s illegal.

But, listen!

Nobody cares

There are thousands and thousands of roms on my computer. The same is true for downloading music from the Internet, nobody really cares.

A quick Google search of the word “roms” will yield results

If you’re arrested for downloading Roms, I’m not liable. (Seriously, you won’t be caught unless you go to the Nintendo, Sony or Microsoft websites and present your Roms you downloaded.

Step 5: Organizing Your Roms

There are two ways to accomplish this: the messy, and the tidy.

It is possible to dump all your roms in one folder by using the sloppy method. This makes it easy to find the folder, but harder to find the rom (depending if you have thousands on thousands).

It is possible to arrange the roms you downloaded in a neat way. GBA-roms will be located in the GBA/roms directory. N64-roms are located in N64/roms.

If you’re extremely neat, you might put the GBA-ROMS inside the folder titled “roms” and then put it within the emulator’s files. Doing so wont effect preformance.

Step 6 – Loading and playing the Rom

Similar to the majority of the preceding actions, this one requires little thought.

  • 1. Start the emulator. If you aren’t installing the emulator (idk why your in this stage) proceed to step 2.
  • 2. Then, you open “file” first, and then “open” after the munu file is expanded. This step is the same for virtually all emulators.
  • 3. Browse the file that holds your roms. Search for the one you’re looking for.

Step 7: Done

You were able to load and play something safely, congrats!

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