I'm wanting to turn all of my PowerPC macs into video game emulators, though not 100% dedicated to doing such. I come across many PPC macs and can hardly find use for them other than web browsing and enjoying them, as an experience. (Yes, the iMac G3 and PowerMac MDD are an experience in their selves.) So, I'm wondering what sort of emulators out there can play older games efficiently on the PowerPC architecture. Chances are, I will only be using my PowerMac G4 1.25ghz SP MDD at the moment, but I see iBook Clamshells in my future, so I'd also like some suggestions for machines as slow as the 2xxmhz G3's. Here are the systems I'm wanting to emulate: Firstly, arcade games. I'm new to this, so help would be appreciated there. Macintosh (System 6 and 7) Apple ][ Atari 2600 Intellivision Atari 5200 Nintendo Super Nintendo Nintendo 64 ColecoVision Sega Genesis I really like exciting arcade games with lame graphics and sounds. You don't need 1080p resolutions and high quality surround sound to make for a fun game. Hell, the one game I would be happy with being able to play is B17 Bomber. I beat myself up for selling my Intellivision mostly because of that single game, but it was just....THAT fun! Let me know what you have, and fill me in on the arcade-cabinets, I have no idea what differentiates dedicated cabinets or how I would go about emulating their games. Thanks in advance!