Wikipedia declares that an emulator in computer science replicates (provides the exact replica of) functions of one system using another system in order that the second system behaves and appears like the first system. This emphasis on replicating external behavior is distinct from some forms of computer simulatorsthat may be concerned with the abstract concept of.

In layman’s words «I am a gamer N64 on my computer»

This tutorial is dedicated to using game emulators (PSone, NES, Gameboy, ect) and by that I refer to how to install them, inserting roms into their correct folders, and playing them.

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

This step depends on the game you’re playing. However, romrom-rom.top offers a variety of emulators. Only the most reliable emulators are rated and placed at the top of the list.

I will be using the Gameboy Advance emulator, Visual Boy Advance as an example

Emulators are legal. Any opposition to this fact could be smacked

Step 2 Installing the Emulator

You’ll have to decide which emulator you want to make use of. or unzip the file using a program called winrar, that is extremely simple to use. You can download a trial here.read about it https://www.technipages.com/articles/how_to_read_psp_gamings_on_your_windows_computer.html from Our Articles The trial is indefinitely and you don’t need to purchase an actual copy.

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

If it’s fortunate, you’ll be given a.exe. It will self extract and install itself once it is double-clicked. Just select the folder in the directory where the emulator needs to be installed.

Step 3. How to make use of Winrar

If your following my example and downloaded Visual Boy Advanced, you will have to download the files in the winrar archive on to your desktop, in a folder located on your desktop etc. Here are some basic guidelines on how to do this.

  • 1. Install Winrar in case it’s not installed.
  • 2. You can create the folder on your desktop to extract the emulator to. It can be called whatever you wish, but I’ll use VBA for this particular example.
  • 3. Double click the.rar file
  • 4. Choose the first file you want to select by clicking it one time. The first file is beneath the folder, and has the two dots following it. Do not click the folder.
  • 5. Find the file you want to erase, then hold and press shift while typing. This will highlight all the files that are located within the folder.
  • 6. Click on the extract to icon on the top of the program
  • 7. Select the location where you’d like the file extracted.


Depending on how large the file is, extraction time will vary.

Step 4: Obtaining Roms

Roms are subject to a bizarre law. In order to legally possess an official rom, it must be owned physically. It is not legal to own the rom, but it is not the game.

but listen to this

Nobody cares

My computer is loaded with thousands upon thousands of music roms. It’s like downloading songs online, nobody cares.

A quick Google search for «roms» will yield results

I’m not responsible if you’re found downloading Roms.

Step 5: Organizing Your Roms

There are two options to accomplish this task: the neat and the messy.

You can dump all your roms into one folder by using the sloppy method. This makes it easy for you to locate the folder, but can make it difficult to locate your Roms (depending on how many of them you have).

The neat method is to put all the roms downloaded in order, by that I mean the system. GBA and N64 roms can be found in the GBA/roms folders, respectively.

If your very neat then you could put the GBA-ROMS in a folder called «roms», within the emulator’s files. Doing so wont effect preformance.

Step 6: Loading and playing the Rom

Like most procedures, this one requires little effort.

  • 1. Start the emulator. If you aren’t installing the emulator (idk why your in this stage) proceed to step 2
  • 2. Click «file» then, when the file munu opens then click «open». This is the same for virtually all emulators.
  • 3. Navigate to the folder where your roms are stored and choose the one that you wish to play

Step 7: Complete

We are thrilled if we were able to safely load and play anything!