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MAME32 Plus! – One of the best alternatives of MAME

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Without a doubt, MAME is one of the best, most famous and most vibrant multi-system arcade emulators in the emulator history. However, its usability has never been high enough, and its direct support for games is very low – you’ll find that MAME can detect and recognize so many games but is not able to play them all, often simply reports that a bunch of files are missing. As a result, many variations of MAME have appeared, and one of AppNee’s favorites is MAME32 Plus!.

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Yabause – Professional Sega Saturn emulator for multiple platforms

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Yabause is a free, open-source and cross-platform Sega Saturn (SS) emulator developed by Lawrence Sebald. It supports reading Sega Saturn game roms in CD or ISO file format, and runs smoothly on Windows, Mac, Linux, Android and Dreamcast platforms.

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[v0.9.1, v1.11.3] PPSSPP – Best and free PSP emulator for multiple platforms

PPSSPP (short for PlayStation Portable Simulator Suitable for Playing Portably) is a cross-platform and open-source emulator originally created by Henrik Rydgård (AKA: hrydgard, one of the main members in the development team of the renowned NGC/Wii emulator – Dolphin) from Sweden, in 2012. It can perfectly run the vast majority of PSP games, supports Windows, Linux, Mac OX, Android, iOS and many other mainstream computer and mobile device operating system.

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BizHawk – Powerful but friendly multi-system universal emulator

BizHawk is a free and open-source multi-system universal emulator written in C#. Its goal is to eventually simulate all game consoles, and already supports FC, MD, GBA, SFC, SMS, NES, SNES, N64, PC Engine, SS, PS, PSP, and so on more than 10 game consoles. It comes with the professional TAS functions while taking the ease of use into account. That said, BizHawk not only can be used for game clearance video production with TAS, but also is friendly for casual gaming.

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[v9.2] C64 Forever – All-in-one Commodore 64 8-bit home computer emulator

When Commodore 64 (AKA: C64, CBM 64) was launched by Commodore International in 1982, it immediately set industry standards for the 8-bit home computer. Its low cost, excellent graphics effect, high-quality sound and 64 KB of extra physical memory quickly established it as the winner in the home computer war, thus beating out its many competitors such as Atari, Texas Instruments, Sinclair, Apple and IBM.

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Mednafen – Powerful but unfriendly multi-system game emulator

Mednafen (short for My Emulator Doesn’t Need A Frickin’ Excellent Name, formerly known as Nintencer) is a free, open-source and multi-system video game console emulator for Windows, Mac and Linux platforms. It already emulates nearly 20 home and handheld game consoles from Atari to PS1 era, such as FC, MD, GB, GBA, PS, SS, PC-FX, etc.

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XEBRA – Focus on accurate emulation of the PSX hardware

XEBRA is a little-known but excellent free PlayStation emulator for Windows and Android platforms, developed by Dr.Hell from Japan. It strictly focuses on the accuracy of PlayStation emulation, does not use any plugins, and only outputs in native video resolution. At the same time, it is also one of the very few PSX emulators that is compatible with PocketStation.

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