That's very true when it comes to mainstream emulators.  I was making the 
assumption that people from the audio games community would be responsible for 
programming the emulators.  In a case like that, accessibility would of course 
be the central theme.  There are some pretty skilled programmers around here, 
and I think many would jump at the chance to write a single program to become 
the hero, who reunited everyone with their favorite games which were no longer 
compatible.  Just my assumption, of course.

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