Panda3DS is an HLE, red-panda-themed Nintendo 3DS emulator written in C++ which started out as a fun project out of curiosity, but evolved into something that can sort of play games! It is for macOS, Linux, and Windows.
pureikyubu is work-in-progress emulator of Nintendo GameCube console.
The goal of the emulator is to research the hardware features of GameCube and reverse engineer technologies used to develop games for this platform. GameCube is the hardware masterpiece of Nintendo/ArtX engineers and it's a pleasure to explore this device and discover something new for yourself.
Build using Visual Studio 2022. To build, open scripts/pureikyubu.sln and click Build.
Created by Rich Whitehouse , BigPEmu is the first Atari Jaguar and Jaguar CD emulator to offer compatibility with the entire library of commercially sold cartridges and offers excellent performance and a wide variety of unique features.
Note that it was originally a closed source emu which was integrated into the Atari50 compilation . It is without a shadow of a doubt the best Jaguar emulator ahead of Phoenix (which remains the best 3DO emulator), VirtualJaguar, Mame and all the rest.
– Jaguar VR support is here, with head tracking and stereoscopic rendering.
– A new Head Tracker input device type has been added, along with some options for converting analog inputs to tracker angles.
– Stereoscopic rendering is fully implemented, and integrated into the scripting system.
– Check out all the new settings in the Video/VR menu...
Hypseus is a fork of Daphne created by Matt Ownby . It's an SDL2 version of Daphne and Monkey.
This is a program for playing Laserdisc arcade games on PC, Mac or Raspberry Pi.
This version includes support for Singe and Singe2 for Fan Made and American Laser Games.
Updated MPEG2 decoder
Daphne VLDP 32bit upgrade
Daphne and Singe 4k M2V support
Singe libretro emulation path integration
Singe Joystick, Lightgun EV_ABS [mouse] support
Singe 2 full 32bit overlay support (details below)
jgb is a low-level, cross-platform Game Boy [Color] emulator with no game-specific logic or hacks. It's not entirely cycle-accurate because the CPU emulation is instruction-based rather than cycle-based, but it should be able to run the vast majority of licensed Game Boy and Game Boy Color games.
Enable "fat" link-time optimizations in the release builds to dramatically reduce executable binary sizes:
Created by Near (ex byuu) and continued by Luke Usher ( PolyBlast / CxBx-Reloaded ) and others, Ares is a multi-system emulator whose development began on October 14, 2004. It is a descendant of higan and bsnes. It focuses on accuracy and preservation. Ares emulates the following 33 machines: – PC Engine + PC Engine CD + SuperGrafx – MSX + MSX2 – ColecoVision – Neo Geo Pocket + Neo Geo Pocket Color – Neo Geo AES – Sinclair Zx Spectrum – WonderSwan + WonderSwan Color + SwanCrystal + Pocket Challenge V2.
– Atari 2600
– Famicom + Famicom Disk System
– Super Famicom + Super Game Boy
– Nintendo 64/64DD
– Game Boy + Game Boy Color
– Game Boy Advance + Game Boy Player
– SG-1000 + SC-3000
– Master System + Game Gear
– Mega Drive + Mega 32X + Mega CD
– Nichibutsu – My Vision
A B&W GameBoy, Super GameBoy and GameBoy Advance emulator created by Mudlord (with help from Nach, Squall Leonhart, Spacy, DJRobX, Jonas Quinn) and based on VBA from Forgotten and the "VBA development team". The goal is to bring together as many improvements as possible from other VBA builds. A macOS build is also available.
Version exclusively available for Windows 7 and above.
Yes, it’s already time for MAME 0.256, our midyear release! Several very rare and exciting things have turned up this month. Remember that rally racing game Top Driving that was added last month? This month, Mortal Race, an earlier, rarer game based on the same codebase has been found and dumped. The rare Gamate cartridge Mighty Boxer has finally been tracked down and dumped, which means all Gamate games known to have been released are accounted for. Taiko no Tatsujin RT: Nippon no Kokoro has been dumped, bringing us closer to completing the Namco System 10 collection. This offshoot of the popular series was designed for venues like hospitals and aged care facilities. It doesn’t accept coins, and it features easier songs. Four more versions of the prototype arcade game Turbo Sub have also been dumped and added.
For computers, there are lots of software list additions, particularly for MSX and ZX Spectrum. The Heathkit H89 now has enough functionality emulated to be marked...