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Stella is also available as a [[libretro]] core for [[RetroArch]] and for the Raspberry Pi OS 3/4.
 
Stella is also available as a [[libretro]] core for [[RetroArch]] and for the Raspberry Pi OS 3/4.
  
It has some television filters to up the nostalgia factor.
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Some may say that emulating an Atari has no point, since the games were so simplistic due to hardware limitations of the time that gaming has far surpassed them. However, if you have a curiosity for Atari despite not being born in the era, or if you just want to re-live some nostalgic memories, this emulator is great. It also has some television filters to up the nostalgia factor.
  
 
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