Ah, nostalgia. Remember the good old days as a kid, playing God of War on PSP, and Gameboy Advance in the school corridors - or, erm... in the classroom? I fondly remember wanting a PS2 and a Nintendo DS for so long and going bonkers when I finally got them...oh, memories.
That's why we thought of rounding up all the best emulators so that, you too, can go back in time and relive all the excitement of your childhood.
So, if you're looking for that one specific emulator that will allow you to play Harry Potter, or Zelda, or even Super Mario; look no further, we found the treasure chest of the emulators just for you.
I remember all the kids at school having a DS, and some games even allowed you to play local multiplayer with only one game card! Wasn't that the-best-thing-ever?
2. Free DS Emulator
Enjoy playing your Nintendo DS game on your Android device at highest speed. Believe it or not: it is FREE. Need we say more?
3. NDS Emulator For Android
Before DS came along, GBA was all the rage. Remember?
4. My Boy!
5. Reicast- A Dreamcast Emulator
There was a kid in my school whose brother had a Dreamcast. When it was his birthday we would all gather at his place to play Power Stone with four controllers, can you imagine? Reicast is a multi-platform Dreamcast emulator. The project is currently in Alpha, so usability, performance and stability issues are to be expected, but it works!
Let's face it, the best "console" you've ever had is the PC. How do you play all those old games on Android?
6. Limbo PC Emulator
If you're feeling technical, this is the best option for you to play PC games on Android. Limbo is a PC Emulator (x86) based on QEMU. It takes a bit of work, but if you follow some video guides around the web you can use your old Windows license to get your system up and running on Android.
7. DOSbox for Android
For some of you who still remember playing DOS games, gDOSBox is an Android version of the well-known DOSbox 0.74 implementation, and it provides a straightforward way to run DOS programs on any Android device.
And that's it from our side. Now, over to you: What consoles did you play as a kid? Let us know below.