uCON64

ucon64

Web site: ucon64.sourceforge.io Category: Others Platform: BSD, DOS, Linux, OS X, Windows License: GNU GPL Interface: CLI Wikipedia: First release: 1999 uCON64 – a tool to backup all kinds of video games. It supports almost every available backup unit for cartridge-based consoles and performs many other tasks like ROM hacking. uCON64 is designed for people … Read more

ZiNc

zinc

Web site: www.emuhype.com (not active) Category: Emulators Platform: Linux, Windows License: Freeware Interface: CLI Wikipedia: First release: March 23, 2002 ZiNc – a command line emulator that focuses in emulating the ZN1, ZN2 and System 11 arcade hardware which are based on PlayStation hardware. Its last release was in January 2005. ZiNc runs on modified … Read more

XMame

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Web site: x.mame.net Category: Emulators Platform: BSD, Linux License: XMame Interface: CLI Wikipedia: First release: 1997 XMame – the X version of the popular MAME emulator. By supporting different types of consoles, we can play more than 2,000 games, which, obviously, must be obtained separately and with the permission of their authors. XMame is an … Read more

ALEC64

alec64

Web site: ibiblio.org/pub/micro/commodore/crossplatform/emulators/alec/index.html (not active) Category: Machine Emulators Platform: Linux, Solaris, DOS, Windows License: Freeware Interface: CLI Wikipedia: First release: 1992 ALEC64 – a Commodore 64 emulator written in C, for X Windowing System or Linux Console. Following ports exists: – Linux with XFree86 – Linux with svgalib – SCO Unix with VGA console – … Read more

MESS auto-launcher

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Web site: eadmaster.altervista.org Category: Emulators Platform: Linux, Windows License: Freeware Interface: CLI Wikipedia: First release: unknown MESS auto-launcher – a launcher for the MESS emulator that will try to guess the system and device name from the input file extension. It is a command line MESS emulator auto launcher for Linux and Windows operating system, … Read more