by Tashreef Shareef
Windows & Software Expert
Here at WindowsReport, we have shared a ton of resources for the Windows and other platform users to play old retro and new Android games on their computer. To play Android games on PC, you can try one of the many Android emulators like BlueStacks, Nox Player, Memu Play, LD Player, and Genymotion etc.
Likewise, we have also shared some resources to play your favorite Nintendo GameBoy and DS games on PC and iOS devices. While these emulators are good and perform the core task more often than not, having to install a new emulator every time to emulate a new platform is not only a daunting task but also time-consuming.
This is where the all-in-one emulator for Windows comes into play. All-in-one emulators are nothing but multi-platform emulators that can emulate and run games from different platforms from a single source. Consider them as your swiss knife for playing old retro games.
Now if you are of the generation that played old retro Mario and Legend of Zelda on GameBoy or DOS games like Alien Carnage on PC, you are probably looking for a way to play those old retro games on your modern, powerful Windows machines as well.
As I mentioned earlier, you can play old retro games from multiple platforms using an all-in-one emulator.
So, today, in this article, we take a look at the best all-in-one emulators for Windows PC to play your favorite retro game that will bring on pure nostalgia.