BlastEm

blastem

Web site: www.retrodev.com/blastem/ Category: Emulators Platform: Linux, OS X, Windows License: GNU GPL Interface: GUI Wikipedia: First release: unknown BlastEm – an open source, highly accurate emulator for the Genesis/Megadrive that runs on modest hardware. It is the first emulator to properly run Titan’s impressive Overdrive 2 demo and it is the only other emulator … Read more BlastEm

TuxNES

tuxnes

Web site: tuxnes.sourceforge.net Category: Emulators Platform: BSD, Linux License: GNU GPL Interface: GUI Wikipedia: First release: 1999 TuxNES – a Nestra based, a great public-domain NES emulator by Quor. TuxNES adds many features not found in Nestra, and uses a more collaborative development model. Enhancements to Nestra often find their way into TuxNES. Enhancements to … Read more TuxNES

NEStra

nestra

Web site: nestra.linuxgames.com (not active) Category: Emulators Platform: Linux License: GNU GPL Interface: GUI Wikipedia: First release: unknown NEStra – a Nintendo Entertainment System emulator, which uses x86 assembly language optimizations and code translation to achieve fast emulation with relatively modest CPU requirements. Emulation speed can be adjusted by pressing the numbers 1 thru 8, … Read more NEStra

GnGeoGUI

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Web site: (not active) Category: Emulators Platform: Linux, OS X, Windows, BSD, Solaris License: GNU GPL Interface: GUI Wikipedia: First release: 2003 GnGeoGUI – a gui for GnGeo – the NeoGeo emulator. Gngeogui runs on all OS and all platforms, which supports Perl and libgtk-perl. So, it will be run on many machines. GnGeoGui show … Read more GnGeoGUI

GGF

ggf

Web site: gngeofrontend.sourceforge.net Category: Emulators Platform: Linux, Windows License: GNU GPL Interface: GUI Wikipedia: First release: March 2, 2003 GGF (GnGeoFronted) – the first frontend available for gngeo. It’s written in Java, support game preview, very detailed game description and support many gngeo options. The frontend was written by Ricardo Almeida with the collaboration of … Read more GGF