iDevGames Interviews NoSTalgia Creators
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iDevGames has put up an interview with Philippe Gerin and François Menu, developer and sound programmer respectively for their Atari ST emulator, NoSTalgia. With its newest release bringing native support for Mac OS X, these two review NoSTalgia's history, from their first Ataris and games to modern Quicktime and developer tools. The two reminisce about their favorite games, systems, and also discuss their support and continuing development on NoSTalgia.
Emulation has come a long way, and today's emulator fan can even emulate computers and consoles that were recently placed into the market place, such as Nintendo and Sega consoles. Do you think the interest in emulation for older classic hardware is fading?You can check out the rest of the article at the iDevGames link below.
iDevGames NoSTalgia Interview
Not really. I have alot of feedback from NoSTalgia users. They like the old games better than the new ones, even if they do have much better graphics and sound. I think these games are appealing to users because their concepts were easier to grasp and get right into. The game Elite is a great example.
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