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==Overview==
 
==Overview==
MEKA was started in 1998 and first released on April 3rd 1999. In spite of its old age and very clunky technology, MEKA is among the most exhaustive Sega 8-bit emulator in term of coverage of obscure games and peripherals. It also provides competent debugging and reverse engineering tools. It is still maintained for those purpose but doesn't have much use for the average player.
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MEKA was started in 1998 and first released on April 3rd 1999. In spite of its old age and very clunky technology, MEKA is among the most exhaustive Sega 8-bit emulator in term of coverage of obscure games and peripherals. It also provides competent debugging and reverse engineering tools. It is still maintained for those purposes but doesn't have much use for the average player.
  
 
==External links==
 
==External links==
 
* [https://www.smspower.org/forums/f7-MEKA Official Forum]
 
* [https://www.smspower.org/forums/f7-MEKA Official Forum]

Latest revision as of 23:45, 17 January 2020

MEKA
Developer(s) Omar Cornut "Bock"
Latest version 0.8-alpha (2019-12-13)
Active Yes
Platform(s) Windows, Linux, macOS
Emulates Sega SG-1000,
Sega SC-3000,
Sega SF-7000,
Sega Master System,
Sega Game Gear,
ColecoVision,
Othello Multivision
Website smspower.org/meka
License Source-available
Source code GitHub

MEKA is a Sega 8-bit emulator with debugging/hacking tools.

Downloads[edit]

Windows Latest Dev builds

Windows Linux MS-DOS Older versions

Overview[edit]

MEKA was started in 1998 and first released on April 3rd 1999. In spite of its old age and very clunky technology, MEKA is among the most exhaustive Sega 8-bit emulator in term of coverage of obscure games and peripherals. It also provides competent debugging and reverse engineering tools. It is still maintained for those purposes but doesn't have much use for the average player.

External links[edit]