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Lakka is a lightweight Linux-based operating system derived from OpenELEC (a version of the Kodi home theater software) that combines the best retro game emulators out there into one, ready-to-install system. Once you’ve got it all set up, you’ll have an all-in-one game console for emulating everything from Atari games to Playstation games. Here’s a complete list of the systems you can emulate:

  • 3DO (4DO)
  • Playstation (Beetle PSX)
  • SNES / Super Famicom (bsnes-mercury Balanced, SNES9x Next)
  • Nintendo DS (DeSmuMe)
  • Arcade (FBA)
  • Game Boy / Game Boy Color (Gambatte)
  • Sega Master System / Game Gear / Mega Drive / CD (Genesis Plus GX)
  • Lynx (Handy)
  • Neo Geo Pocket / Color (Mednafen Neopop)
  • PC Engine / TurboGrafx 16 (Mednafen PCE FAST)
  • PC-FX (Mednafen PC-FX)
  • Virtual Boy (Mednafen VB)
  • WonderSwan / Color (Mednafen Cygne)
  • Nintendo 64 (Mupen64Plus)
  • NES / Famicom (Nestopia)
  • PSP (PlayStation Portable)
  • Atari 7800 (ProSystem)
  • Atari 2600 (Stella)
  • Game Boy Advance (VBA-M)
  • Atari Jaguar (Virtual Jaguar)


After you load up your system with some ROMs, you’ll be able to navigate Lakka’s menus and your games with nothing but a controller. In fact, Lakka is similar to the RetroPie build we’ve featured before, but with one major difference: Lakka can be installed on a lot more than just the tiny Raspberry Pi mini-computer. It supports a ton of different devices, including almost any normal PC.


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