Lakka: Turn your PC into a game console


Lakka is a Linux distribution that turns a small computer into a full-fledged gaming console. Powerful and built on the standards of the famous RetroArch emulator it is able to emulate a wide variety of systems with useful features such as automatic joypad recognition.

Once installed on your SD card or some USB flash drive, you just need to copy the Roms to your device and connect the joypad to enjoy your favorite games.
The software is optimized to run fast even on low performance computers, with support for multiple USB joypads. To set it up on a PC, you'll need to create a live USB installation.

For this purpose, a USB stick with a capacity of at least 512 MB is needed. To transfer the program to your USB device you will need it Win32DiskImager which is free Download and run it with administrator privileges), select the image of the application and press register.
To set up Lakka on your PC follow these steps: Connect the USB installer to the computer you want to set up, connect an Ethernet cable (optional), connect a joypad to one of the USB ports on your PC and Boot from USB device to which you have transferred the software.

Do not install it on your main computer that you use but on a second one that will be used exclusively as a gaming machine.

Supports the following gaming machines: 3DO, Playstation, SNES, Nintendo DS, Arcade, Game Boy, Sega Master, Game Gear, Mega Drive, Neo Geo Pocket, PC Engine, PC-FX, Virtual Boy, Nintendo 64, NES, PSP (PlayStation Portable), Atari 7800, Atari 2600, Game Boy Advance, Atari Jaguar and others.
Download   the Lakka app

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