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The full list of systems we have ROMs available for here at AndysRoms. Each also contains a the relevant Emulator’s as downloads too in one easy place ūüôā

  • Acorn 8-bit
  • Acorn Archimedes Applications
  • Acorn Archimedes Demos
  • Acorn Archimedes Roms
  • Acorn Electron¬†The Acorn Electron is a budget version of the BBC Micro. It has 32 kilobytes of RAM.¬†The Electron was able to read and write programs to audio cassette using a converter cable that connected it to any standard tape recorder with right sockets. It was capable of basic graphics and could display on either a TV, a colour monitor or a “green screen” monitor.
  • Acorn Electron Covertapes¬†For a short period, the Electron was reportedly the best-selling micro in the United Kingdom with total game sales for the Electron exceeding the BBC Micro.
  • Amiga¬†The first model was launched in 1985 as a high-end home computer, marketed by Commodore in the 1980s and 1990s
  • Amiga (PD)¬†Amiga Public Domain ROMs.
  • Amstrad CPC¬†Amstrad released it’s CPC (Colour Personal Computer) in 1984 and was on sale until 1990.
  • Amstrad CPC (PD)¬†Amstrad released it’s CPC (Colour Personal Computer) in 1984 and was on sale until 1990.
  • Arcade/MAME¬†Multiple Arcade Machine Emulator is an emulator designed to recreate the hardware of arcade systems. The first MAME¬†emulator¬†was released on February 5th, 1997 by Nicola Salmora.
  • Arcade/MAME Artwork¬†Multiple Arcade Machine Emulator is an emulator designed to recreate the hardware of arcade systems. The first MAME¬†emulator¬†was released on February 5th, 1997 by Nicola Salmora.
  • Arcade/MAME Samples¬†Multiple Arcade Machine Emulator is an emulator designed to recreate the hardware of arcade systems. The first MAME¬†emulator¬†was released on February 5th, 1997 by Nicola Salmora.
  • Atari 2600¬†A video games console released by Atari in October of 1977, often credited with popularising¬†cartridges¬†containing the game code.
  • Atari 5200¬†The Atari 5200 SuperSystem was introduced in 1982 by Atari as a higher end console after the Atari 2600, created to¬†compete¬†with the Intellivision.
  • Atari 7800¬†The Atari 7800 was initially slated to replace the 5200 in 1984 but was put on hold during the North American video game crash of 1983 which lasted until 1985. It was re-released in 1986 at a price of $140 US.
  • Atari 800 (8-bit)¬†Atari released a family of 8-bit home computers which were manufactured from 1979 to 1992. The series included the Atari 400, 800 and then the XL and XE.
  • Atari Jaguar¬†Released in 1993 by Atari, the last games console marketed by Atari until 2004; the Atari Flashback. It was promoted as the first 64-bit games system, unfortunately became a commercial failure leading to Atari’s exit from the home video game market.
  • Atari Jaguar (PD)
  • Atari Lynx¬†This was a 16-bit handheld console released by Atari in 1989 and holds the title of being the world’s first handheld game system with a colour LCD screen. Released in the same year as the Game Boy, but failing to achieve the sales numbers required to¬†attract¬†many third party developers.
  • Atari Lynx (PD)
  • Atari ST¬†– A home personal computer released in June of 1985, available into the early 90s. ¬†Based on a Motorola 680000 CPU, ST stands for Sixteen/Thirty-two, referring to the Morotola”s 16-bit external bus and 32-bit internals.
  • Bandai Wonderswan¬†– The WonderSwan was produced in Japan by Bandai and was a series of handheld games consoles made between 1999 and 2003. Intially created to compete with the Neo Geo Pocket Color and the Nintendo Game Boy Color. Ironically WonderSwan’s developer, Gunpei Yokoi, developed the original Game Boy for Nintendo.
  • BBC Micro¬†– Released in 1981, built by the Acorn Computer company for the BBC Computer Literacy Project.
  • ColecoVision¬†This system by Coleco Industries from 1982 offered near arcade quality graphics, was released with a catalog of 12 titles at launch. A total of approximately 145 titles were released as ROM cartridges between 1982 and 1984.
  • ColecoVision¬†(PD)
  • Commodore 64¬†Known as C64 after the logo on the case, was an 8-bit home computer released in January 1982 by Commodore International, starting at $595 US.
  • Cybiko¬†Introduced in May 2000, the Cybiko was designed for teens and featured two way radio text messaging. It is because of this that it features a full QWERTY keyboard. There are over 430 official games and applications for the Cybiko.
  • GamePark32¬†This handheld game console was developed by Korean firm Game Park, released on November 23rd 2001, only available in South Korea. It was designed to use SmartMedia cards for storing it’s games and programs, making it very accessible for amateur¬†developers.
  • Intellivision¬†The¬†Intellivision¬†is a¬†video game console¬†created by¬†Mattel¬†and released in 1979. Development began in 1978, less than a year after the introduction of its main competitor, the¬†Atari 2600.
  • Neo-Geo¬†The Neo Geo is a cartridge-based arcade system and home games console released on April 26, 1990 by the Japanese company SNK.
  • Neo-Geo Pocket Color¬†The Neo Geo Pocket Color was released on March 16, 1999 in Japan, August 6, 1999 in North America, and on October 1, 1999 in Europe.
  • Nintendo (NES) (PD)¬†The Nintendo Entertainment System (NES) is an 8-bit home game console that was developed and manufactured by Nintendo.
  • Nintendo 64 (PD)
  • Nintendo Game Boy Advance (PD)¬†The Game Boy Advance is a 32-bit handheld game console created by Nintendo as the successor to the Game Boy Color. Following the GBA came the Game Boy Advance SP, taking on a new form-factor resembling a laptop.
  • Nintendo GBA Official Promos¬†– Official GBA Promos from Nintendo
  • Nintendo Game Boy Color (PD)¬†Also known as GBC¬†was the color screened successor of the original Gameboy, and was released on October 21, 1998 in Japan¬†and in November 1998¬†in international markets.
  • Nintendo Gamecube (PD)¬†The GameCube was initially released on September 15th 2001 in Japan, November 18th of the same year in North America and with Europe and Australia following in May 2002. It was the successor to the Nintendo 64, competing with the Sega Dreamcast, Sony PS2 and the Xbox.
  • Nintendo Virtual Boy
  • Nokia ‚Äď N-Gage
  • Odyssey 2
  • PC Engine (TurboGrafx-16)
  • Sega 32x
  • Sega Dreamcast
  • Sega Game Gear
  • Sega Genesis (Mega Drive)
  • Sega Genesis (Mega Drive) (PD)
  • Sega Master System (PD)
  • Sinclair ZX Spectrum
  • Sony Playstation (PD)
  • Sony Playstation 2 (PD)
  • Sony Playstation 2 Tech Demos
  • Sony Playstation Portable (PSP)
  • Super Nintendo (SNES)
  • Super Nintendo (SNES) (PD)
  • Tangerine Oric
  • Thomson M05
  • Vectrex

 

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  1. Is there a link to just download the whole sets of roms for a system? Even if its a few bucks?
    I know roms are free, but id be willing to pay a few bucks for a (usa compatible) full set of roms for each system that i cand drag and drop into retropue vs having to download each individual game, folder, etc…

    Just 1 file for each system that contains all the roms. Can you help?

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