The latest version of Libretro’s RetroArch emulation front end has been released, with support for Nintendo GameCube and Nintendo Wii consoles re-established.
This means that as well as the standard desktop and current generation consoles, you can install RetroArch on those classic Nintendo consoles.
Other improvements in RetroArch 1.10.1 include
- Standalone cores have been improved (e.g., 2048, NXEngine (Cave Story), Rick Dangerous)
- Fast-forward now uses frameskipping, which is more energy efficient – particularly useful for battery-powered devices like the Nintendo Switch
- Fixes for Wayland users on Linux machines
- Battery level now supported on Miyoo hardware
- Tons of Cheevos/RetroAchievements improvements
- Savestates disabled in stateless modes on Netplay for stability reasons
- Dynamic theme support for RGUI menu fans
- Android 11 users can now add external storage devices
Hit the link above for the full details on the improvements in RetroArch 1.10.1.
Interested? Download RetroArch 1.10.1 today – it’s available for Windows 95/98, Windows 98SE/2000/Me, Windows XP/Vista, Windows 7/8/8.1/10/11, Linux, Haiku, Raspberry Pi, Android, iOS and Apple TV, macOS ARM x64, macOS/OSX x64, Xbox Series/One, PSVita, PSP, PlayStation 2, PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch, Wii U, Wii, GameCube, Nintendo 3DS/2DS, Steam Link, web browsers, and other smaller systems. RetroArch can also be installed via Steam.
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