The Top Free Browser-based Videogame and Computer Emulator Sites - December 2011 Edition

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Dungeons & Dragons: Order of the Griffon for the NEC TurboGrafx-16 (via Retro Uprising)Dungeons & Dragons: Order of the Griffon for the NEC TurboGrafx-16 (via Retro Uprising)I'd like to provide the latest update to my list of working emulator and simulator sites for various platforms and games. All of these enable play directly within your browser, so there's no sticky business of downloading software and finding the necessary game files to get it all going. These are all great sites and we should all show our support. This is the "December 2011" edition of the list and, naturally, I'd love to keep adding to it, so suggest away. Here goes:

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clok1966
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i see that old game and ....

i see that old game and .... all i want to do is play it, EOB/Dungeonmaster games where pretty much the top of my list of game types in the old days. Thouhg I must admit.. I have never seen that one. I didnt knwo the TG16 had any games like that.. But its not a system I had (as a kid) i picked a turbo Duo up on closeout late in its life cycle.

BUT!!!! why a tg16 game pic and no emulater in the list!!! you had my hopes up or does Retro Uprising have it? it must :)

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clok1966 wrote:

i see that old game and .... all i want to do is play it, EOB/Dungeonmaster games where pretty much the top of my list of game types in the old days. Thouhg I must admit.. I have never seen that one. I didnt knwo the TG16 had any games like that.. But its not a system I had (as a kid) i picked a turbo Duo up on closeout late in its life cycle.

BUT!!!! why a tg16 game pic and no emulater in the list!!! you had my hopes up or does Retro Uprising have it? it must :)

Sure, both the Genesis/Mega Drive and TurboGrafx-16 had exclusive D&D RPGs. I have both, but I of course have yet to play them. I think both games would be particularly well suited for their respective handhelds, which is how I may end up playing them on. And yes, Retro Uprising is where I got the screenshot from prior to posting the article. It plays very well on there, too, even in the Java-specific version (they have an app for more demanding emulations).

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Note that Virtual Apple II,

Note that Virtual Apple II, Virtual Atari and Virtual GameBoy can now be replaced by a single link: http://www.gamezyte.com/ . I'll reflect that in future updates.

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Matt Barton
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Great list as always, Bill. I

Great list as always, Bill. I have a suggestion. Let's make this a "page" instead of a "blog post" and put it in the menu somewhere. I think it should be a permanent fixture around here.

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