Emulators

Posted : admin On 8/22/2021

For the most part, multi-system emulators replaced the need to use standalone emulators for NES, SNES, Genesis/Sega CD/32X, Game Boy/Color/Advance, Game Gear/SMS, TurboGrafx16/CD, Wonderswan/Color, PlayStation 1, and Nintendo 64. Standalone emulators, though, are still a good option if you want something that 'just works out of the box'. Download this app from Microsoft Store for Windows 10. See screenshots, read the latest customer reviews, and compare ratings for Microsoft Emulator. CoolROM.com's extensive emulators section. Download the latest emulators for GBA, NDS, N64, SNES, MAME, PSX, PS2, PSP and more here. Sorted by the highest rated and most compatible. Do all emulators need to be in the.so file format? Anyone find or use the FB Alpha 2012 core emulator? If so, is it an.so file? Help or comments. The Emulator Zone is your source for the latest emulators for classic video game consoles and home computers.

A fast Android emulator that works great
Run Android apps on your PC
Powerful Android emulator that's fully compatible
An Android emulator specially for video games
The Tencent official emulator
A powerful Android emulator that's easy to configure
Power Android 5.1 emulator
Robust Android emulator with lots of options
Simple but powerful Playstation emulator
Play your PS2 games in your PC
A fantastic Android 7.1 emulator
A PSP emulator capable of playing games in HD
Play PlayStation games on your PC
The future of Xbox 360 emulators
A Wii U emulator that works like a dream
PlayStation Vita
DeveloperSony
TypeHandheld game console
GenerationEighth generation
Release date2011
PredecessorPlayStation Portable
Emulated~

If you have a PS Vita or PSTV on firmware version 3.60 to 3.73, you can turn it into a decent emulation device by installing the HENkaku homebrew enabler. If you're on the 3.60 firmware, you can obtain it here, for 3.65-3.73 use Final h-encore. Those on firmware versions prior to 3.60 can update manually by following the instructions here. Furthermore, on versions 3.60 and 3.65 it's possible to use a bootloader patch called enso, which loads HENkaku automatically at boot: Ensō for 3.60, 3.65. It's possible to downgrade firmware version with a tool called modoru.

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  • 1Multi-system
  • 2Arcade Systems
  • 3Nintendo
  • 4Sega
  • 5Sony
  • 6Other systems
  • 7Ports

Multi-system[edit]

RetroArch[edit]

Emulators.com

  • Downloads: Nightly builds, Stable builds
Available cores
CoreGame/SystemWorking?Notes
20482048
blueMSXMSX/SVI/ColecoVision/SG-1000
DeSmuMENintendo DS
DOSBox286 and 386Virtual keyboard does not work
EightyOneSinclair ZX 81
FinalBurn Alpha (2012)Arcade
  • Uses FBA v0.2.97.30 ROM sets
  • Main core (fbalpha2012_libretro) does not work, but platform-specific cores run at full speed
FinalBurn Neo
FCEUmmNES
fMSXMSX
FUSEZX SpectrumLoading more than one ROM in a single session will crash RetroArch
GambatteGame Boy/Color
GearsystemSega systems (SMS/GG/SG-1000)Use Genesis Plus GX or Picodrive instead
Genesis Plus GXSega systems (SMS/GG/GEN/SCD/SG-1000)Redbook audio hangs when suspending or pausing RetroArch
gpSPGame Boy Advance~50-60 FPS with dynarec
HandyAtari Lynx
MAME (2000)Arcade
  • Uses MAME 0.37b5 ROM sets
  • Up to 60 FPS depending on game
MAME (2003)
  • Uses MAME 0.78 ROM sets
  • 30 FPS or less, FBN is recommended instead
MAME (2003Plus)
  • Uses MAME 0.78 ROM sets
  • 30 FPS or less, FBN is recommended instead
MednafenNeo Geo Pocket/ColorLoading more than one ROM in a single session will crash RetroArch
PC Engine
Virtual Boy~25-30 FPS
WonderSwan/ColorFull speed on WS games, ~45-60 FPS on WSC games
Nestopia UENES~55-60 FPS, use FCEUmm instead
NXEngineCave Story
PCSX-ReARMedPlayStation~50-60 FPS at standard resolution
PicoDriveSega systems (SMS/GG/GEN/SCD/32X/Pico)2D games run full speed, 3D games run about 30 FPS or less
PokeMiniPokemon Mini
PrBoomDoom
ProSystemAtari 7800
QuickNESNES
RACENeo Geo Pocket/ColorLeast accurate but fastest NGP/C core, Use Mednafen (Beetle NeoPop) instead
Snes9x 2002 (PocketSNES)Super NintendoLeast accurate but fastest SNES core
Snes9x 2005 (CATSFC)~55-60 FPS on standard games, ~50 FPS on Super FX games
Snes9x 2005+ (CATSFC Plus)Same as Snes9x 2005 but with better sound, at the cost of a few FPS
Snes9x 2010 (Snes9x Next)Most accurate but slowest SNES core (~40 FPS)
StellaAtari 2600Use Stella 2014 instead
Stella 2014Atari 2600
TGB DualGame Boy/Color
TyrQuakeQuake~40-50 FPS, use vitaQuake instead
VBA-NextGame Boy AdvanceBarely runs full speed.
vecxVectrex
VICE x128Commodore 128
VICE x64 (fast)Commodore 64
VICE x64sc (accurate)
VICE xpetCommodore PET
VICE xplus4Commodore Plus4
VICE xvicCommodore VIC20
YabauseSega SaturnTechnically works but is unplayably slow

PSP-EMULATORS-INSTALLER[edit]

† Emulators.
  • ColEm PSP = ColecoVision
  • CPS1PSP = CPS1
  • DaedalusX64 = Nintendo 64
  • EmuoDD = Magnavox Odyssey
  • Fuse = ZX Spectrum 48K
  • Handy = Atari Lynx
  • MasterBoy = MasterSystem/GBC
  • MVSPSP = Neo Geo MVS
  • PicoDrive = MegaDrive/Genesis
  • PSP7800 = Atari7800
  • PSPAtari = Atari800/800XL/130XE
  • PSPCap32 = Amstrad CPC464
  • PSPHuGo = PCE/CD/SGfx
  • PSPInt = IntelliVision
  • PSPThom = Thompson TO7
  • PSPVE = Vectrex
  • RACE! PSP = Neo Geo Pocket/Color
  • SNES9xTYLcm_mod = SNES
  • SMSPSP = MasterSystem/GameGear
  • VICE PSP = C64

Arcade Systems[edit]

Arcade[edit]

NameVersionCPS1CPS2CPS3MVS/AESCDOtherActiveRecommended
pFBAGit~

Nintendo[edit]

Game Boy Advance[edit]

NameVersionActiveRecommended
mGBA0.8.4~*
UO gpSP Kai (Adrenaline) 3.4 test 4 build 225
TempGBA4PSP-mod (Adrenaline)Git

* GBA is slow (~40-50 FPS depending on the game) but highly compatible.

GameBoy/GameBoy Color[edit]

NameVersionActiveRecommended
mGBA0.8.4~
RealBoy-VitaGit

NES[edit]

NameVersionSuperFXRecommended
pNESGit

SNES[edit]

NameVersionSuperFXRecommended
CATSFC-libretro-vitaGit✓**✓*
pSNESGit
Snes9xVITAGit✓**

* Retroarch has better SNES emulation
** SuperFX emulation isn't running at full speed

Nintendo DS[edit]

NameVersionRecommended
DeSmuME-Vita (MasterFeizz)Git✗*
DeSmuME-Vita (xerpi)[1]**?

* No dynamic recompiler, runs very slow
** No official binary available, but an unofficial one can be found here.

Nintendo 64[edit]

NameVersionRecommended
DaedalusX64-vitaGL✓*
DaedalusX64 (Adrenaline)Git~**

* WIP, Some stutters, See here for compatibilty.
** Needs to run through Adrenaline, Some stutters, Average compatibilty

Sega[edit]

NameVersionGENSCDSMSGGRecommended
Genesis Plus GXGit
SMSplusVITAGit

DreamCast[edit]

NameVersionActiveRecommended
flyCast-Vita0.1~
Emulators

Sony[edit]

PlayStation 1[edit]

NameBIN/CUEISOPSX2PSPMulti-Disc GamesRecommended
Adrenaline
PCSX-ReARMed (Retroarch)~

PlayStation Portable[edit]

NameRecommended
Adrenaline

Other systems[edit]

Atari Lynx[edit]

  • HandyVITA (Download: Git)

Neo Geo Pocket/Color[edit]

  • NeopopVITA (Download: Git)

Commodore 64[edit]

  • VICEVita (Download: Git)

Amiga 500/1200[edit]

  • UAE4All2 (Download: Git)

Playstation 1 Emulator Download

ZX Spectrum[edit]

  • ZXVita (Download: VitaDB)

OpenBOR[edit]

NameVersionActiveRecommended
OpenBOR1.2~

MacOS 2.x[edit]

NameVersionActiveRecommended
Basilisk ll0.33g~

Doom[edit]

NameVersionDoomHeretic/HexenChexZDoom CompatibilityMultiplayerRecommended
VitaDoomGit?
Chocolate DoomGit
PRBoom (Retroarch)2.5.0~*
OdamexGit~ (ZDoom 1.22)~**

* Chex Quest is very glitchy
** Very WIP, sound is not working, multiplayer is disabled.

Quake I[edit]

NameCD Audio SupportMultiplayerTexture Pack SupportRecommended
vitaQuake
TyrQuake (Retroarch)

Quake II[edit]

NameCD Audio SupportMultiplayerTexture Pack SupportRecommended
vitaQuakeII

Quake III[edit]

NameMultiplayerRecommended
vitaQuakeIII

Wolfenstein 3D[edit]

NameSpear of DestinyRecommended
vitaWolfen

Return to Castle Wolfenstein[edit]

NameMultiplayerRecommended
vitaRTCW~ (WIP)✓*

* Runs at about 20-30 FPS.

Duke Nukem 3D[edit]

NameMusicRecommended
EDuke32 Vita✓*

* Duke Nukem 3D: Megaton Edition is also available for PSVITA

Half-Life[edit]

NameMultiplayerRecommended
vitaXash3D
  • Joysticks don't work with MiniVitaTV plugin installed.

Hexen II[edit]

NameCD Audio SupportTexture Pack SupportRecommended
vitaHexenII?

Emulators For Pc

Outrun[edit]

  • Cannonball (Download: Git)

Diablo[edit]

Emulators For Iphone

  • DevilutionX (Download: Git)

Prince of Persia[edit]

Emulators And Roms

  • SDL Prince of Persia Vita (Download: Git)
  • Prince Of Persia (cpasjuste) (Download: VitaDB)

Star Trek Voyager[edit]

  • vitaVoyager (Download: wololo.net)

See also[edit]


Roms

External links[edit]

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