Nc100em

amstrad

Web site: www.nilquader.net/nc100em.htm Category: Machine Emulators Platform: Linux, OS X License: GNU GPL Interface: CLI Wikipedia: First release: February 26, 1996 Nc100em – an Amstrad NC100 emulator. It also has NC200 support, but this is less complete. It supports both the ROM software and a free CP/M-like replacement OS `ZCN’. nc100em 1.2 – a family … Read more Nc100em

Wzonka-Lad

wzonka-lad

Web site: villehelin.com/wzonka-lad.html Category: Emulators Platform: Amiga OS License: GNU GPL Interface: CLI Wikipedia: Wzonka-Lad First release: 1996 Wzonka-Lad – a GPL Gameboy Emulator for 68020+ Amiga Computers written completely in 68020 assembler by Ville Helin in 1996-1999. Wzonka-Lad is written in 100% ASM, but still has a nice GUI and lots of features. Wzonka … Read more Wzonka-Lad

Supermodel

supermodel

Web site: supermodel3.com Category: Emulators Platform: Linux, OS X, Windows License: GNU GPL Interface: GUI Wikipedia: First release: 1996 Supermodel – the Sega Model 3 arcade platform emulator. It uses OpenGL 2.1 and SDL, and can run on Windows, Linux, and Mac OS X. In order to use it, you must legally possess ROM images … Read more Supermodel

Interix

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Web site: technet2.microsoft.com/WindowsServer/en/Library/695ac415-d314-45df-b464-4c80ddc2b3bc1033.mspx (not active) Category: Others Platform: Windows License: Proprietary Interface: CLI Wikipedia: Interix First release: March 29, 1996 Interix – a POSIX-conformant Unix subsystem for Windows NT operating systems. Subsystem for UNIX-based Applications (SUA) is a source-compatibility subsystem for compiling and running custom UNIX-based applications on a computer running a Windows server-class operating … Read more Interix

MasterGear

mastergear

Web site: fms.komkon.org/MG/ Category: Emulators Platform: Android, BSD, Linux, Windows, Maemo, OSF/1, Solaris, SunOS License: unknown (source code available) Interface: GUI Wikipedia: First release: 1996 MasterGear – a program that emulates 8bit SEGA videogames on your computer. It runs games made for SEGA MasterSystem (Mark3 in Japan) and GameGear, as well as their predecessors: SG1000, … Read more MasterGear