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Multi-system emulators

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Other 90s Consoles

Other 90s Handhelds

First/Second Generation Consoles

Mobile Phones

Emulating On Other Systems

On Consoles

On Linux

On Handhelds

Official Emulators


Not Really Emulators

Compatibility Layers


Game Engine Recreations and Source Ports