Do you miss the 90s best games and want to play again because they are no longer available to play? Well, Emupedia is the platform where you can reimagine Windows 93, 96, and 98 and enjoy all your favorite games like Minecraft, Pac Man, Doom, Street Fighter, and more.
You’ll love Emupedia if you grew up in the 80s or 90s as you can relive your old days. On Emupedia, you can play all listed games at the click of a button. Some games are between the 70s and 90s. These games are not necessarily PC games but were originally run on game emulators.
Emupedia is free, and there is no membership charge to play any game.
What is Emupedia?
Emupedia’s goal is to preserve as many games from the past as possible, regardless of their historical value or popularity. It was created on March 28, 2006, by a group of preservationists who wanted to create and share an online database of video games that were no longer available on the market or online but were still existing in people’s collections. Using emulation technology and the help of thousands of people across the world, Emupedia became one of the biggest repositories for old games, ultimately resulting in over 2 million entries and growing daily.
How does Emupedia Work?
Emupedia will be a collection of arcade games, Nintendo Entertainment System (NES), Sega Genesis and Sega Master System (SMS), Game Boy, Super Nintendo Entertainment System (SNES), and PlayStation 1 games that players can access online. Emupedia will take all those games from retro consoles and put them on one hub for its users to enjoy. This means they won’t have to pay an arm and a leg to play some good old games again or even download illegal ROMs. Not only does it seem like Emupedia is going to do what we said in point #1 above but also it seems like it’ll also allow video game enthusiasts to view videogame information such as screenshots and release dates for each of those retro titles. Seems pretty sweet!
Play Minecraft, Doom, Tomb Raider, and more
Video games are far from dead. Some say they’re going out of style, that people should get over it. But there is a reason why classic games like Doom and Minecraft (and hundreds more) still have thriving communities of players and developers—they’re fun.
There are a bunch of classic games available like Emupedia Minecraft, Transport Tycoon, Doom series, Tomb Rider, Pikachu volleyball, Pacman, Minesweeper, Command conquer, Agar.io, ASCII PATROL, Dark Reign: Future of war, and so much more.
To start any game, you must double-click on the game shortcuts to play them, the same as you do on a genuine windows screen.
Feel the interface of Windows 93, 96, and 98 on Emupedia
When you enter the Emupedia browser, you will be given the option of windows 95, windows 98, and windows millennium Operating system theme browser to access them. These Microsoft themes were most popular in the 90s. You can only run these themes in the browser, and they don’t run on any virtual operating system.
Why Should you Support Emupedia?
Video games are disappearing. Most of our childhoods can’t be played or experienced in today’s reality, whether on a disk, cartridge, or other media. Emupedia wants to change that. Video game preservation is an important aspect of history and culture that shouldn’t be erased. Emupedia wants to ensure future generations don’t forget it. It has only been up for about a month now, but we have received tons of positive feedback from gamers saying we made their week just knowing we exist. This will help us tremendously move forward with making every digital copy playable by providing time, effort, and money. Emupedia needs your support to maintain server stability and improve its functionality and appearance so even more people get to enjoy playing these great video games online!