FreezeSMS is an emulator which works under Windows. As the name suggests an emulator "emulates" or mimics something. In FreezeSMS's case it emulates old consoles and computer systems.
The software from these systems can then be run on this emulation and it doesn't know that it isnt on the original machine.
This allows you to run the original software written for an entirely different machine on your Windows PC.
This is an extended version of the Sega Master System emulator Dega designed to provide rerecording and other features useful for creating tool assisted speedruns. This version will build on *NIX as well as Windows thanks to the work of Ulrich Hecht.
HiSMS is a little bit different Sega Master System emulator.
The original Master System screen image is composed by 8x8 pixels, 16 colors sub-images called tiles.
The goal of this emulator is to replace these tiles by 32x32 pixels, 32 bits colors (alpha) images, resulting in a screen resolution of 1024x768 pixels.
HiSMS uses Direct3D 7. It's recommendable 256MB of RAM, a X86 MMX processor and a 32MB 3D video card to play.
MEKA Emulator Homepage. MEKA is a multi console emulator by Omar Cornut and contributors. Available for MS-DOS, MS-Windows and maybe GNU/Linux, it emulates Sega Master System, Game Gear, SG-1000, SC-3000, SF-7000, ColecoVision and NES.
[DEAD, LOOK FOR REICAST] A dreamcast emulator, for win86
nullDC was a sega dreamcast emulator for win86 and is now archived at github (https://github.com/skmp/nulldc)
Work is now done on reicast (https://github.com/reicast/reicast-emulator), and while nullDC is still a better choice for dreamcast emulation on windows/x86 reicast is where future development is. Come and help us!
Welcome to the official Genecyst page (Thanks to Zophar for allowing me use of his Genecyst shrine as the backbone of this page - all of the version information, screenshots, and layout are taken from the shrine). Genecyst is a Sega Genesis system emulator released in 1997. You won't find a better Genesis emulator around - Genecyst is unmatched in speed and sound.. Oh yeah, I don't have any ROMs for you (they are illegal for you to use unless you have the original cart), so don't bother emailing me, because I'll most likely flog your grandma.
This is a modernized, cleaned up, basic, standalone port of Charles MacDonald's
SMS Plus. The goal of this project is to be useful to homebrewers or emulator
developers who need a simple reference Sega Master System/Game Gear emulator
Currently runs on Linux, macOS, BSD, and Windows.