As I’ve been playing lately with emulators, I recalled several games that were my favorites at that time so much fun.
At that time the games were achieved by importing them from U.S. stores but more frequently exchanged for ads in the newspaper. This is because in Mexico there were no software vendors, much less for Apple, and what little there was scarce and expensive.
I remember he had a character who lived north of the city which I phoned and went to your house with boxes of programs to exchange – or sell, if you had nothing that interested him. Fortunately, thanks to the purchase of computer m the United States, the previous owner I “inherited” a fairly large collection of programs, so the overnight I became one of the holders of the largest collections of the city.
Along with a great friend – Diego, also had plenty of software – we were meeting with the famous and exchanged many programs every two or three months.
With all this, I had access to an array of programs that I use and enjoy. Among my favorites were Karateka, Donkey Kong, Super Mario, and one in particular: Hard Hat Mack.
With this in mind, I was playing on my Mac a while, but one day waiting in line I started to play on my iPhone, and I thought it would be fun to play those games on the phone.
I started looking for an emulator of Apple] [, but first, Apple does not allow emulators in the AppStore, although there is a app called “Commodore 64” which itself is an emulator, but can not install more than a few authorized programs.