As fun as the emulator is, there's something just wonderful about playing the games as nature intended on a real machine. Currently, I've starting keeping the sound files on my phone - so I plug the audio cable into the headphone, play the file and off I go (although the day these files leaked onto my music playlist was quite headache inducing!).
If I have any problem with this approach, it's that it can be a bit long winded. I have to download a zip file and unpack it, then go off to the wiki in the hope that there's cover art and instructions. I have this dream of a little app on my phone that allows me to scroll through the games by cover art, then click on it to find the instructions and a simple button to push to play the audio. Now, I could probably build this, purely as a labour of love (I suspect the audience is small!) using resources already out there. I could grab cover art from the wiki, use Sixxie's wonderfully transcribed instructions I've just discovered on his site, and the audio files from the archive. The archive is where I'm stalling a bit - is there a way to get FTP access to simplify downloading the files? I could just grab them in an automated fashion, but I'd like to be well behaved if I can!
Also, am I reinventing the wheel here? has anyone else tried to simplify the process already?