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blipped4

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Plase pin this topic.


Craigs Arcade
Atari800
C8
Castaway/GP
fNES32
fMSX32
fSMS32
Frodo GP32
GP2600
GB32
GBemu
GPGB
GBVGB
Genemu
GP ColEm
GPEngine
GPRoar
GPSpeccy
HandyGP
InfoNES
LJGP32
Masterlator
NeoGP32
NeoPop
NESterGP
Park-o-rama
PceGP
Phoenix
PlusIVe
SMS32
Snes
Snes9xGP
Speccyal'K
VexGP
VCS32
WonderBoi
XCade
ZXGP
 

pip

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What is this topic for? Check the download section of this very site instead. Please delete this topic.
 

TekHead23

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how about what each emulates

in lists

e.g MASTER SYSTEM:

fsms
etc

GAMEBOY:
emu
emu
emu
 

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I've done the ones I use.

C8 - Several Games don't work but quite interesting
Castaway/GP - Pretty much full speed with sound and plays most Atari St games
fNES32 - 90% speed i'd say.
fMSX32 - 99% speed with sound and plays almost all games
fSMS32 - 95% speed with sound. Only problem is annoying screen bug
Frodo GP32
GBVGB - Full speed, no states but saves like real cartridge
Genemu - 70% without sound. Plays sonic 1 and 2 well.
GPEngine - Full speed with sound. Great
LJGP32 - Awesome full speed nes emulation with great features
NeoGP32 - 70-90% speed without sound. Few games run.
Park-o-rama - Flawlessly runs most games. Pitfall 2 is damned fun.
SMS32 - 95% full speed with sound. No save states.
Snes - 80% no sound. Still best around right now
Snes9xGP - 70% with sound on fs2. Discontinued
 

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BenRoshi posted on Dec 13 2003 at 02:05 AM said:
Could you go over the pros and cons of each of those?
May I suggest making sure you also include which version of an emulator you are refering to? These types of lists tend to get really outdated, as emus are updated with improved features/compatibility.
 
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There has got to be a very good reason for pinning a topic. If you could provide some sort of indexing, or more specific content that people could gradually add to, then it may be worth it, but as it stands, it's not as useful.

Cheers
 

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