Winulator-beta

Winulator-beta


The is the BETA evaluation version of Winulator.

Winulator is an app that provides a platform for running Windows 95/98 programs and games. Currently in development, a very limited list of games are supported.

See www.winulator.com for more details.

Recent changes:
2.0.2:
* Fixed the 'invisible units' issue seen while playing StarCraft.
2.0.1:
* Fix reported issues with Ctrl hot keys, both for on-screen widgets and physical keyboards.
2.0.0:
* Remove dependence over WCH or its outputs. Files ending with '.wbin' are ignored, and built-in static recompilation takes place instead
Add to list
Free
75
3.8
User ratings
1767
Installs
100,000+
Concerns
1
File size
1848 kb
Screenshots
Screenshot of Winulator-beta Screenshot of Winulator-beta

About Winulator-beta
The is the BETA evaluation version of Winulator.

Winulator is an app that provides a platform for running Windows 95/98 programs and games. Currently in development, a very limited list of games are supported.

See www.winulator.com for more details.

Recent changes:
2.0.2:
* Fixed the 'invisible units' issue seen while playing StarCraft.
2.0.1:
* Fix reported issues with Ctrl hot keys, both for on-screen widgets and physical keyboards.
2.0.0:
* Remove dependence over WCH or its outputs. Files ending with '.wbin' are ignored, and built-in static recompilation takes place instead

User reviews of Winulator-beta
Write the first review for this app!
Android Market Comments
A Google User
Nov 15, 2014
Keeps crashing after proudly presents.
A Google User
Nov 11, 2014
Awsm app Plz try to make it more gud ie try to include support of win 7 and some web browsers...and web plugins... Thank you for the best app
A Google User
Nov 8, 2014
OMG network support and you have my money!
A Google User
Nov 8, 2014
Works fantastic on my note 10.1, but no luck with the note 4. I hope there is an update soon.
A Google User
Nov 2, 2014
Good project, and you've killed it. Once again people whining about a dead project that they killed. You like stuff? You want more of it? Don't pirate it. Developers have bills too. Your choices are this. A:Purchase and support futue development. B:Deal with ads or aggressive in game purchases. C:Watch more and more projects die, never to be replaced. Again, developers have to eat. Nothing is actually free, even open source, for those above reasons. Want more labor put into a game or app?shut your mouth and open your wallets.