Emulate Old Atari Games in Windows 8 With this App
If you want to revive great moments from your childhood then the Windows 8 platform is now offering this possibility as a new third party app that is available on Windows Store will let you emulate numerous old Atari games on your own Windows 8 based device.
With a suggestive name, Emu7800 is a small program that once installed on your Windows 8, Windows 8.1 or Windows RT handset will provide you technical support for 8-bit Atari games. Without using this dedicated app you can’t play old games on your Windows powered device, since the 8-bit architecture is not compatible with the processors that are powering your laptops, tablets, smartphones or desktops. So, in case you sometime get nostalgic and want to play the games from your childhood, downloading Emu7800 will be a must.
Play Old Atari Games on your high end Windows 8 device with ease
As already pointed out, Emu7800 emulates the Atari 7800 ProSystem video game console, which provided great and addictive games. While those were the games from our childhood, now we can’t revive those moments since on our devices we can only install recent apps that aren’t always as good as the games that we played on our “archeological” consoles.
But, with Emu7800 you can anytime install all those games right on your Windows 8 powered device. If I have managed to arouse your interest, then don’t hesitate and test this new tool by yourself; all you have to do is to use the download link from below (you will get the app from Windows Store) – don’t worry as Emu7800 is being free distributed on Windows Store so you don’t have to pay anything for getting it.
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