The home screen is what you see when you first run the app. Along the top of the screen from left to right are the Menu, Search, System Filter, Game Management and Home Icons. You can jump to specific information by choosing one of the links below
The Home icon located in the top right corner will reset any search or system filters you may have set. Simply press the Home icon and after a few moments it will show the full list of available games.
This option will allow you to manage the games on your device. From here you can add games, rescan the library and uninstall games. You can find more details on each function on our Manage Content guide.
The search icon will allow you to search for a game across all systems. Simply enter a name and it will bring up any matching results. Which is the best version of Out Run? You can play them all and decide!
The system filter lets you filter games by the system. If you only want to play Super Nintendo games for example, then simply choose the icon and only Super Nintendo games will be displayed.
The menu icon located in the top left corner and will open a side menu with a number of filters; Recently Played, Favourites, Select Genre, Filter By Rating and Sort List. You can also access the Settings menus from here.
This will show all the games you have played starting from the most recent to the oldest.
This will show any games that have been favourited. You can favourite a game by clicking on the heart icon on a game screen.
You can filter the games from a varied list of genres such as Adventure, Fighting and Platform.
Filter by Rating
Filter by Rating will sort your games by a global rating of unrated to five stars. This is great for finding hidden gems or maybe to check out some bad games! You can rate games from the Game Screen by clicking on the Star icon.
This will arrange your games including New Arrivals, Best Rated and age of the games.
This is covered in more detail in the Settings guide.
Clicking on a game entry on the home screen will bring you to the game screen for that game. From here you can start the game, add it to favourites, rate it and configure the emulator.
The three dots will bring up the emulator options for this game system. Depending on the system there will be different options. For example the SEGA Genesis/Megadrive system options will look like as below