Miscellaneous Board

Re: Does anyone use RetroArch?

Posted by MacUser2 on .
For SCUMM games it's better to use the actual SCUMMVM emulator. I encountered a few errors and glitches on Retroarch with SCUMMVM. But the actual SCUMMVM program in installed on my computer runs them perfectly. I'm able to play all my old Mac games on it from Fate of Atlantis to The Dig.

In reply to: Re: Does anyone use RetroArch? posted by Rorenado on .
I've used it. It can be good for certain use cases. If you want a front-end that will allow you to get a bunch of emulators in one, it can be nice. Most standalone emulators are still going to be better, but I still enjoy using it from time-to-time. It's decent for my modded 3DS, specifically for PS1 games.