Atari 7800 emulators

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Atari 7800
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Developer Atari
Type Home video game console
Generation Third generation
Release date 1986
Discontinued 1992
Predecessor Atari 5200
Successor Atari XEGS
Emulated

The Atari 7800 was a console produced by Atari in May of 1986 and retailed for $140 with Atari SALLY 6502 at 1.19-1.79 MHz. It had 4KB of RAM and a display of 320x200. It attempted to directly compete with the Nintendo Entertainment System, but ultimately failed to do so. This was the first game console to be natively backwards compatible; in particular, with the Atari 2600.

Emulators[edit]

Name Platform(s) Latest Version Libretro Core Accuracy Active Recommended
PC / x86
MAME Windows Linux macOS FreeBSD 0.229 High
A7800 Windows Linux macOS FreeBSD v4.0 High
ProSystem Windows Linux macOS FreeBSD 1.3 (Windows)
Git (libretro)
? ~ [N 1]
EMU7800 Windows 5.0.0 Mid
BizHawk Windows 2.6.1 ?
Mobile / ARM
EMU7800 Android 1.8 ?
Consoles
PSP7800 PSP 1.4.0 ?
Wii7800 Wii 0.5 ?
  1. Main branch is dead, but the libretro core is still alive.
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Consoles: Atari 2600Atari 5200Atari 7800Atari XEGSAtari Jaguar
Handhelds: Atari Lynx
Computers: Atari 8-bitAtari ST