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As we all know, almost every video game console’s emulator on computer is free to use. Whereas due to copyright issues, the emulator’s developer can not provide us with those corresponding BIOS files that play a vital role in the game emulation.
OpenEmu (formerly called OpenNestopia) is a free and open-source multiple systems universal game console emulator only for Mac OS. Its appearance means that the ‘It just works‘ concept has extended to the video game simulation field on Mac operating system for the first time ever. And its purpose is to bring macOS game emulation into the realm of first class citizenship.
MorphGear was ever a very powerful and celebrated multiple game consoles universal emulator (basically a frontend) that lets you emulate different console systems by using different emulator modules. It is capable of emulating GameBoy Color, GBA, NES, SNES, GameGear, MasterSystem, Genesis and TG-16. Especially, it’s pretty easy to configure and has very good graphics & sound effects, as well as ROM compatibility.
My Boy! is a widely used super fast and full-featured GBA (GameBoy Advance) emulator on Android platform, it is applicable to any version of Android devices (from very low-end phones to modern tablets).
mGBA is an excellent new generation of Nintendo Game Boy Advance emulator with very high degree of completion (most games can be simulated perfectly) and pretty fast running speed. It was thoroughly written in C language by Jeffrey Pfau, and first released in 2013 as an open-source freeware for multiple platforms (Windows, Mac OS X, Nintendo 3DS, Wii, PlayStation Vita and many other Unix-like OS).
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