Last Updated on: 23rd December 2023, 12:05 pm

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Category: Emulators
Platform: Linux
License: GNU GPL
Interface: GUI
First release: 2008

Gelide – a configurable frontend which let you manage any kind of emulated system (arcade, console, PC, etc) letting you to catalog and launch any game from any existing emulator under GNU/Linux. It is written in C++ using the Gtkmm libraries as base.

It allows you to configure any emulator that supports per-line parameters commands, without having to remember them over and over again, thus simplifying their use.

Gelide is a free project, licensed under the GNU General Public License.

– Simple gui, intuitive and fully configurable.
– Supports any kind of system (platform).
– Allows configuration of any emulator that supports command line parameters.
– Supports the integration of data from DAT files (now only support ClrMamePro DAT files).
– For each system can be configured any number of emulators.

The project was under active development between 2008 and 2011.
The last official release is the version 0.1.5, released on March 27, 2011

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