SNES and Gen emulators. Difference between regular and lite??

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  1. Garemlin

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    Outside of the obvious of one being paid and the other free is there a difference in the two versions of the SNES and Sega emulators???
     
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    AFAIK the paid versions let you save your games so you can pick up where you left off.
     
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    Hey,

    as said before and mentioned many times on the forums,
    the paid versions allow you to save your games. Which is
    important for like RPG's where it makes no sense to always
    start from the beginning!

    Tigger
     
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    however, most classic SNES games are on gameboy advance and the free version of that you can use the in-game save.
    just a heads up
     
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