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Mednafen – Powerful but unfriendly multi-system game emulator

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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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OpenEmu – Free and open-source AIO emulator for Mac

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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.

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