If you are a fan of classic games and need to play them on your Android phone, then you might want to get yourself an emulator. Here is a list of the best emulators for Android that you can download for free and start enjoying your old games once again.

Superretro 16 emulator

SuperRetro 16 Lite

The best emulator for Super Nintendo is hands down, SuperRetro 16. This emulator is popular among users not only for its SNES game experience, but also happens to be one of the best emulators around. On this app playing games like Super Mario World and Donkey Kong Country is a breeze.

While the SuperRetro 16 comes in a paid version, its Lite version is freemium model. Once you login to the app, it instantly scans for the games installed on your Android device. For ROMs you haven’t downloaded, you can access them through a simple search within the app.

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Some of SuperRetro 16’s best features include: regular updates to fix bugs, excellent and intuitive controls, a colorful interface that is not only good to look at but also delivers quick navigation through your favorites games.

NES.emu

NES.emu

NES.emu is mostly suitable for the classic games from the retro Nintendo game console. Here you can play game titles such as Zelda, Battle City, Super Mario Bros, Bomberman among others.

If you are still trying out emulators, then NES.emu is the easiest way to get started on playing your NES favorites. This emulator boasts a simplistic interface that is user friendly, Simply download the app to quickly look through files as well as access your ROMs.

NES.emu comes with a stunning gameplay along with easily configurable multi-touch controls. The app comes in a free version that works great on almost all Android devices. Because it does not include ROMs within the app, it requires you to install ROMs to make use of it.

gGens MD emulator

gGens (MD)

Among the free emulators with support for Sega Genesis games is gGens (MD), where you can find many of your favorite games including Disney’s Aladdin, Sonic the Hedgehog and NBA Jam.

This gGens (MD) emulator offers a smooth gameplay with a gaming experience similar to, or in some cases even better than that of a console. In addition, you can also customize your game experience via the options menu. You also have the option of searching for ROMs within the interface, without the need of navigating from program to program.

gGens (MD) allows you to save your games in your Sega ROM library, and even benchmark your favorite game.

 

mega N64 emulator

MegaN64

If you are craving the Nintendo 64 kinda gaming, then getting yourself the MegaN64 emulator is your best bet. Get the most out of your N64 game titles on Android while enjoying the speeds of the MegaN64 emulator which also features customizable controls. For gaming controls on the MegaN64, you can either choose the typical controls or use the octagonal control panel.

MegaN64 supports both handsets and tablets, which is a bonus given that most emulators are not compatible with tablets. This means that you can enjoy better graphics with more detail on a larger screen.

PPSSPP for Android

PPSSPP for Android

If you are looking for an emulator that offers the retro disc gaming console then PPSSPP for Android is a great place to start. You’ll get in all the fun of playing titles such as Grand Theft Auto, Final Fantasy and much more.

You can play a list of your favorite PlayStation game titles already on your device or also download other games from the app.

PPSSPP can be accessed for free but includes ad-support. Its gameplay can be configured while its interface is clean overall.

Which other great emulators missed the list? Let us know in the comments.

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