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'''Play!''' is an open-source, [[High/Low_level_emulation|high-level]], multi-platform [[PlayStation 2 emulators|PlayStation 2 emulator]]. Its compatibility and features are pretty far behind [[PCSX2]] and very few commercial titles will run on all supported platforms, but it has several advantages; high-level emulation allows it to run games without requiring a BIOS dump, the lack of plugins allows for streamlined game settings, and it also has ARM support.
 
'''Play!''' is an open-source, [[High/Low_level_emulation|high-level]], multi-platform [[PlayStation 2 emulators|PlayStation 2 emulator]]. Its compatibility and features are pretty far behind [[PCSX2]] and very few commercial titles will run on all supported platforms, but it has several advantages; high-level emulation allows it to run games without requiring a BIOS dump, the lack of plugins allows for streamlined game settings, and it also has ARM support.
  
Play! is available for several platforms, both on desktop and mobile. The [[Android emulators|Android]] port includes support for gamepads and Android-x86, an iOS port is also available but lacks gamepad input (touchscreen input works fine, however) and can only be installed on jailbroken devices.
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Play! is available for several platforms, both on desktop and mobile. The [[Android emulators|Android]] port includes support for gamepads and Android-x86. While there is a port for jailbroken iOS available, compatibility is low with no input support at this time.
  
 
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