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Ludo (libretro frontend)

A libretro frontend written in golang.

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We have tracked the following product recommendations or mentions on various public social media platforms and blogs. They can help you see what people think about Ludo (libretro frontend) and what they use it for.
  • ChimeraOS: Instantly turn any PC into a gaming console
    A similar project is Ludo [1] which is part of the libretro family. More for emulation but really a clean UI (it actually has screenshots) [1]: - Source: Hacker News / 10 months ago
  • Building a Linux arcade machine
    Linux Mint is fine. You'll want to modify it to start using something lighter than Cinnamon (I suggest OpenBox); 4GB of RAM means that KDE and GNOME/Cinnamon are not going to be fun, and as you're using it for arcade games, you don't need much more than a launcher for Steam/RetroArch/EmulationStation/Ludo/Lutris/etc. Source: 12 months ago
  • Why RetroArch?
    Have a look at if you can't work out RA. Source: about 1 year ago
  • Gaming Console Recommendations
    MULTI EMULATORS (basically one program that handles a bunch of consoles) I would advise you to avoid frontend or multi emulators like mame or retroarch, Because they could be intimidating if you start in this area To start with a frontend multi emulator, I recommend this one witch is beginner friendly and have a good documentation Ludo emulator. Source: over 1 year ago
  • I'm coding an GameBoy emulator in Godot. I'm not quite sure why, I thought it'd be a fun side project lmao. The CPU is fully implemented, so now it's onto actually displaying stuff. Wish me luck!
    There's a spin-off of Retroarch that I think is way better called Ludo. It's basically a less confusing version of Retroarch with a really clean UI! Source: over 1 year ago
  • How to play retro games under Ubuntu 20 LTS. I used to play games from retrospec but now I don’t know what to do to make them work. It’s quite an easy question I’m sorry.
    Did you try retroarch? If you want something simpler, give ludo a try. It's from the same team, but made simpler. Https:// Source: over 2 years ago
  • He’s doing it right. What GBA emulator do y’all use?
    I highly recommend Ludo, it's like Retroarch but much easier to use and automatically chooses the best emulator for each system. Just put in your roms folder and it'll automatically split them by console, then just choose and play. Source: over 2 years ago
  • Why does RetroArch have such a overcomplicated UI?
    On Windows, Linux, and OSX, there's Ludo, and for Android we have Lemuroid. I can personally attest that both of these options are far simpler, and have a more intuitive interface. If all you want out of your mutli-system emulator is to play games, these might be a better option for you. Source: over 2 years ago
  • Are there any options for better save state management in Retroarch?
    Try the savestate system of Ludo You can never override savestates with this. Source: about 3 years ago
  • Retroarch alternative for PocketChip?
    Lurking the net one of these days looking for a Retroarch alternative for my PocketChip that is installable on a Debian version newer than Jessie, I found this. Yeah, I know that it's just another frontend for libretro cores, but at least it worked in my PocketChip out of the box. The only problem is that after downloading the generic linux-arm build that they offer, the cores that I have tested so far are... Source: about 3 years ago
  • Recommendations for Game Emulators for a Windows User
    Multi emulator RetroArch or Ludo a simple version of retroarch but it missed gamecube but dolphin is better. Source: about 3 years ago

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