miracle emulator

Web site: miracle.xania.org/ Category: Machine Emulators Platform: Cross-platform License: GNU GPL Interface: Web-based Wikipedia: First release: 1998 Miracle – a Sega Master System emulator in Javascript which lets you run Sega MS/GG games with full-speed on pre-SAs. The project by Matt Godbolt, based on JSSpeccy by Matt Westcott, which in turn is based on Fuse … Read more



Web site: scriptedamigaemulator.net Category: Machine Emulators Platform: Cross-platform License: unknown (open-source) Interface: Web-interface Wikipedia: First release: September 1, 2012 SAE – an Amiga emulator in pure HTML5 and JavaScript. It is heavily based on WinUAE and does use the AROS-Kickstart replacement. Goals: – Make ‘Amiga Classic’ Emulation available for browsers. – Browser-plugins or 3rd-party scripts … Read more



Web site: vba.ngemu.com Category: Emulators Platform: Cross-platform License: GNU GPL Interface: GUI Wikipedia: VisualBoyAdvance First release: 1999 VisualBoyAdvance – a GB/GBC/GBA emulator for Windows, Linux, MacOS X and BeOS. Features: – configurable GB/GBA keys, including joystick support – option to use BIOS file – zip/gzip file support – directory selection for save state, battery and … Read more



Web site: www.virtualnes.com (not active) Category: Emulators Platform: Cross platform License: GNU GPL Interface: GUI Wikipedia: First release: unknown vNES – a Nintendo – NES emulator on the Java platform. vNES is a lightweight, open-source NES emulator in Java with a central focus towards speed. The last version of vNES 2.16 was released in 2017. … Read more



Web site: gog.com Category: Game Platforms Platform: cross-platform License: Interface: Web interface Wikipedia: GOG.com First release: 2008 GOG.com (previously: Good Old Games) – a digital distribution platform with a curated selection of games, a “you buy it, you own it” philosophy, and utmost care about customers. It offers a selection of great DRM-free games, from … Read more