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Apr 22, 2020 Some emulators have a folder set as the default for games, so make sure the ROM file goes in that folder. If there is no folder automatically set, you will have to set one yourself. Most Emulators have a (FileOpen ROM) option, so do that, and a box will appear to select your game file. Apr 21, 2013 Download: Disk Images or ROMs These are some MVMAC Disks. The maximum amount of memory is 'MFS', you can open a disk by dragging the extracted disks to the MVMAC window when it asks for disks at startup.

Dolphin

Dolphin is a Wii and Gamecube emulator. It has been ported to libretro and an alpha version of the core is available now for Windows and Linux! Version for macOS will be released at a later date.

For more information on Dolphin, visit the author's website here.

See also our in-depth article here.

Citra

Citra is a 'work in progress' Nintendo 3DS emulator.

Core available now for Windows and Linux. Version for macOS will be released at a later date.

For more information on Citra, visit the author's website here.

See also our in-depth article here.

OpenLara

OpenLara is an early Tomb Raider game engine recreation.

Core available now for Windows/Linux.

For more information, read our article on this release here.

It uses the original data files in order to work. What is nice about this one is that it has some very fancy graphics effects that it adds on top of the old game engine without it resulting in any stylistic clashes.

melonDS

melonDS is a 'work in progress' Nintendo DS emulator.

Core available now for Windows, macOS, Linux, Android and iOS.

For more information on melonDS, visit the author's website here.

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See also our in-depth article here.

SameBoy

SameBoy is a highly accurate Game Boy/Game Boy Color emulator.

Core available now for Windows, macOS, Linux, Android and iOS.

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For more information on SameBoy, visit the author's website here.

PX68K

PX-68K is a Sharp X68000 emulator. This is a Japanese home computer from the late '80s/early '90s that was used by Capcom as devkits for their arcade games. It played host to many popular games from the likes of Namco, Konami and Capcom.

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Core available now for Windows, macOS, Linux, Android and iOS.

For more information, read our article on this release here.

General information

What is Basilisk II?

Basilisk II is an Open Source 68k Macintosh emulator. That is, it allows you to run 68k MacOS software on your computer, even if you are using a different operating system. However, you still need a copy of MacOS and a Macintosh ROM image to use Basilisk II. Basilisk II is distributed under the terms of the GNU General Public License (GPL).

For more information, see the README file. If you are interested in learning how Basilisk II works internally, there is a Technical Manual available (knowledge about programming and computer architecture is required).

Available ports

Basilisk II has been ported to the following systems:

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  • Unix with X11 (Linux i386/x86_64, Solaris 2.5, FreeBSD 3.x, IRIX 6.5)
  • Mac OS X (PowerPC and Intel)
  • Windows NT/2000/XP
  • BeOS R4 (PowerPC and Intel)
  • AmigaOS 3.x

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Some features of Basilisk II

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  • Emulates either a Mac Classic (which runs MacOS 0.x thru 7.5) or a Mac II series machine (which runs MacOS 7.x, 8.0 and 8.1), depending on the ROM being used
  • Color video display
  • CD quality sound output
  • Floppy disk driver (only 1.44MB disks supported)
  • Driver for HFS partitions and hardfiles
  • CD-ROM driver with basic audio functions
  • Easy file exchange with the host OS via a 'Host Directory Tree' icon on the Mac desktop
  • Ethernet driver
  • Serial drivers
  • SCSI Manager (old-style) emulation
  • Emulates extended ADB keyboard and 3-button mouse
  • Uses UAE 68k emulation or (under AmigaOS and NetBSD/m68k) real 68k processor