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|source = [http://www.barryharris.me.uk/files/fba_src_029743.7z 7-Zip]
 
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'''Final Burn Alpha''' is an open-source, [[Multi-system emulators|multi]]-[[Arcade emulators|arcade emulator]]. It's also available as a [[libretro]] core.
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'''FinalBurn Alpha''' is an open-source, multi-[[Arcade emulators|arcade emulator]]. It's also available as a [[libretro]] core.
  
 
==Download==
 
==Download==
* [http://www.fbalpha.com/downloads/ Final Burn Alpha]
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* [http://www.fbalpha.com/downloads/ FinalBurn Alpha]
  
 
==List of emulated systems==
 
==List of emulated systems==

Revision as of 14:15, 9 December 2018

FinalBurn Alpha
FBA logo.png
Developer(s) barry
Latest version 0.2.97.43
Active Yes
Platform(s) Windows
libretro
Emulates Multiple arcade systems
Website barry's Site
Source code 7-Zip

FinalBurn Alpha is an open-source, multi-arcade emulator. It's also available as a libretro core.

Download

List of emulated systems

Main article: [Wiki lists]
Main article: [Arcade Otaku wiki]
Main article: [FBA's website]
Main article: [System16's arcade museum]
Main article: [UVList's hardware database]
Main article: [www.coinop.org's system charts]
  • Capcom CPS1 (1988–1995)
  • Capcom CPS2 (1993–2003)
  • Capcom CPS3 (1996–1999)
  • Cave (First generation: 1994–2001)
  • Data East DEC-0 (1980–1985), DEC-8 (1986-1988) and DECO IC16 (1987-1990) based games
  • Galaxian based hardware (1979-1982)
  • Irem M62 (1984-1986), M63 (1984-1985), M72 (1987-1990), M90 (1991), M92 (1991-1994) and M107 hardware (1993-1995)
  • Kaneko 16 (Kaneko AX System. 1991-1995.)
  • Konami
  • Neo Geo (MVS hardware: 1990–2004)
  • NMK16 (Nihon Maicom Kaihatsu. 1989-2001)
  • Pacman based hardware (1980-1983)
  • PGM (PolyGame Master. 1997–2005)
  • Psikyo 68EC020 (1st Generation: 1993–1996) and SH-2 (1997–2002) based hardware
  • Sega System 1 (1983–1987), System 16 (And similar. 1985–1994), System 18 (1989–1992), X-Board (1987–1990), Y-Board (1988–1991)
  • Super Kaneko Nova System (1996–2002)
  • Toaplan (Company: 1984-1994. V1 hardware: 1988-1991; V2: 1991-1999.)
  • Taito F2 (1988-1993), X (1987-1992), Z (1987-1991) and others
  • Miscellaneous drivers for lots of other hardware

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