A fork of Supermodel, a Sega Model 3 emulator, with a focus on netplay features, replay, and training options for competitive play. - GitHub - blueminder/supermodel-dojo: A fork of Supermodel, a Sega Model 3 emulator, with a focus on netplay features, replay, and training options for competitive play.
Welcome to Sega Retro, a project from the people behind Sonic Retro. We aim to cover everything possible about Sega from the 1940s to today. We currently are working on 14,876 articles and have many more that are requested to be worked on.
Lindbergh-Emulator - A Sega Lindbergh environment / HLE for Linux. This was once planned to be a commercial emulator. I have to make sure those who worked on it are protected. The emulator code was written entirely by me, Jannik Vogel. However, parts of Lindbergh were cracked and reverse engineered by others who shall not be named. This emulator is also based on Sega and Creative includes which I can not share yet. The emulator will probably be released and improved in parts over the next couple of months.
From July 5th, 1997 until July 5th 2014 – for 17 years – Eidolon’s Inn was an independent website (www.eidolons-inn.net) devoted to the classic SEGA videogame systems of the 1980′s and ’90′s. For these consoles, the website offered a wealth of information, both on their history and their technology. Consequently, all available emulators and ongoing development projects were discussed.
SC-3000 Survivors is the reference site for the Home Computer SEGA SC-3000. Photos, Schemes, BASIC Programs, Tape Dump, Disk Images, Hardware, Softwares related to this 8bit Home Computer of early eighties
Exodus is a software program designed to allow real physical hardware to be emulated in software. This is not a revolutionary idea. There are many other emulators out there for a wide variety of tasks and systems. What makes Exodus a little different is what goals it tries to achieve, what it does that other emulators do not, and what it doesn't do that other emulators do. More detail is given about the goals of Exodus in the "Design Philosophy" section. In this section, you'll get a quick overview of what makes Exodus different.
BlastEm is an open source, higly accurate emulator for the Genesis/Megadrive that runs on modest hardware. It is the first emulator to properly run Titan's impressive Overdrive 2 demo and it is the only other emulator besides Genesis Plus GX that can properly run the original Overdrive. It is the only emulator other than Exodus that passes Nemesis' VDP FIFO Testing ROM, can display "Direct Color DMA" demos and emulates CRAM contention (aka CRAM dots).
Despite this high accuracy, even the most demanding software runs at full speed on modest hardware like a 1.6GHz AMD E-350 laptop. In the future, I would like to port it to the ARM architecture and optimize it further to run on systems as modest as the original Raspberry Pi.