Web site: github.com/jenergy/jzIntvImGui Category: Emulators Platform: Android, Linux, Windows, Nintendo Switch License: MIT Interface: GUI Wikipedia: First release: August 27, 2020 jzIntvImGui – an all-in-one powerful Dear ImGui interface which allows you to manage your collection of Intellivision games, offering an easy and immediate way to select and play a specific game through the magic … Read more jzIntvImGui


Kemulator for Linux

Web site: (not active) Category: Emulators Platform: Windows, Linux License: Proprietary Interface: GUI Wikipedia: First release: unknown KEmulator – a mobile java game emulator aimed at the game developers. KEmulator provides kinds of utilities making our developers more effectively, and it supports most of the popular mobile platforms. Java J2ME emulator, patched with bug fixes … Read more KEmulator



Web site: vice-emu.sourceforge.io Category: Machine Emulators Platform: BeOS, Linux, Windows, RISC OS, AmigaOS, DOS, OS X, Solaris, OS/2 License: GNU GPL Interface: GUI Wikipedia: VICE First release: 1993 VICE (Versatile Commodore Emulator) – an emulator for the Commodore 8-bit computer range. The Windows port of VICE is called WinVICE and emulates the C64, the C128, … Read more VICE



Web site: perso.b2b2c.ca/~sarrazip/dev/burgerspace.html Category: Games Sub-Category: Arcade Platform: Linux, Unix-like License: GNU GPL Interface: GUI Wikipedia: First release: 2001 BurgerSpace – a hamburger-smashing video game. It is a clone of the 1982 BurgerTime video game by Data East. When an enemy gets carried down on a slice and has landed, it is now shown as … Read more BurgerSpace



Web site: Category: Games Sub-Category: Arcade Platform: Atari 2600 License: Proprietary Interface: TUI Wikipedia: Breakout (video game) First release: May 13, 1976 Breakout – a block breaker game developed and published by Atari, Inc. in 1978 for Atari 2600. Breakout was built by Steve Wozniak and Steve Jobs, with the concept designed by Nolan Bushnell … Read more Breakout