Gcube is an open source gamecube emulator beeing developed with the main purpose of running at least one commercial game fully emulated. The emulator doesn’t run any comercial games yet and the current release is aimed at homebrewn programs. If you can’t download, please email me ( [email protected]) to receive another link.
I’ve have had many requests to add 1964. But due to time constraints and a little lazyness on my part, I have only added this emulator in January 2002. Which is a shame, because after trying it I can say for sure it’s in the same “league” as Project 64, in other words, it’s GOOD
Snes9x is a great Super Nintendo emulator for which ports are available for many platforms, unlike ZSNES. Though Snes9x also has many of the features of ZSNES, it lacks a bit in compatibility. This doesn’t mean it’s bad, but there can only be one the best: ZSNES
January 28, 1999 is a day which wrote emulation history. UltraHLE was released, the first succesful Nintendo 64 emulator
This is simply the best Super Nintendo available. It’s ultra fast and should run at full speed on any Celeron or faster PC