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|title = Sega Master System
 
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|imagecaption = '''Top:''' Sega Master System.<br/>'''Bottom:''' Sega Game Gear.
 
|developer = [[:Sega]]
 
|developer = [[:Sega]]
 
|type = [[:Category:Consoles|Home video game console]]
 
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[[File:Sega-Game-Gear-WB.jpg|thumb|220px|Sega Game Gear]]
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The '''[[wikipedia:Master_System|Sega Master System]]''' (SMS) was an 8-bit console released by [[wikipedia:Sega|Sega]] on October 20, 1985 in Japan and in September of 1986 in the US. It was retailed for {{Inflation|USD|199.99|1986}}. It had a Zilog Z80A at 4 MHz with 8KB of RAM and 16KB of VRAM. It had a Yamaha YM2602B VDP GPU. It was designed to be a direct competitor to the [[Nintendo Entertainment System emulators|Nintendo Entertainment System]], and was technically superior to it in some ways. The Sega Game Gear was released in April of 1991 and was a competitor for the Game Boy. It had a backlit screen, color, and a nice looking design. It retailed for {{Inflation|USD|149.99|1991}}. It had a Zilog Z80 CPU at 3.5 MHz with 8KB of RAM and 16KB VRAM.
The '''[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Master_System Sega Master System]''' (SMS) was an 8-bit console released by [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sega Sega] in 1985-1989. it was designed to be a direct competitor to the [[Nintendo Entertainment System emulators|Nintendo Entertainment System]], and was technically superior to it.
 
  
 
There are a lot of hardware similarities between the SMS and the Game Gear (GG). Notably, SMS game cartridges can actually be played on the '''[[gametech:Sega Game Gear|Game Gear]]''' via an adapter. For this reason, most SMS emulators can also run GG games.
 
There are a lot of hardware similarities between the SMS and the Game Gear (GG). Notably, SMS game cartridges can actually be played on the '''[[gametech:Sega Game Gear|Game Gear]]''' via an adapter. For this reason, most SMS emulators can also run GG games.
  
Internally the Master System extends Sega's older SG-1000 by adding a single new video mode; since the SG-1000 was built from the same CPU, video and audio chips as the ColecoVision many Master System emulators also run ColecoVision games.
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Internally the Master System extends Sega's older SG-1000 by adding more RAM and a single new video mode; since the SG-1000 was built from the same CPU, video and audio chips as the [[ColecoVision emulators|ColecoVision]] many Master System emulators also run ColecoVision games.
  
 
==Emulators==
 
==Emulators==
 
{| class="wikitable" style="text-align:center;"
 
{| class="wikitable" style="text-align:center;"
 
! scope="col"|Name
 
! scope="col"|Name
! scope="col"|Operating System(s)
+
! scope="col"|Platform(s)
 
! scope="col"|Latest Version
 
! scope="col"|Latest Version
 
! scope="col"|<abbr title="Sega Master System">SMS</abbr>
 
! scope="col"|<abbr title="Sega Master System">SMS</abbr>
 
! scope="col"|<abbr title="Game Gear">GG</abbr>
 
! scope="col"|<abbr title="Game Gear">GG</abbr>
! scope="col"|<abbr title="Mega Drive / Genesis">MD/G</abbr>
 
! scope="col"|CD
 
! scope="col"|32X
 
 
! scope="col"|[[libretro|Libretro Core]]
 
! scope="col"|[[libretro|Libretro Core]]
! scope="col"|Accuracy
+
! scope="col"|[[Emulation Accuracy|Accuracy]]
 
! scope="col"|Active
 
! scope="col"|Active
! scope="col"|[[Recommended emulators|Recommended]]
+
! scope="col"|[[Recommended Emulators|Recommended]]
 
|-
 
|-
!colspan="12"|PC
+
!colspan="9"|PC / x86
 
|-
 
|-
 
|[[Genesis Plus GX]]<ref name="GPGXLibretro">Only available on PC and mobile as a libretro core (e.g. [[RetroArch]])</ref>
 
|[[Genesis Plus GX]]<ref name="GPGXLibretro">Only available on PC and mobile as a libretro core (e.g. [[RetroArch]])</ref>
|Multi-platform
+
|align=left|{{Icon|Windows|Linux|macOS|FreeBSD}}
 
|{{GenPlusGXVer}}
 
|{{GenPlusGXVer}}
 
|{{✓}}
 
|{{✓}}
 
|{{✓}}
 
|{{✓}}
|{{✓}}
 
|{{✓}}
 
|{{✗}}
 
 
|{{✓}}
 
|{{✓}}
 
|Very high
 
|Very high
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|-
 
|-
 
|[[MAME]]
 
|[[MAME]]
|Multi-platform
+
|align=left|{{Icon|Windows|Linux|macOS|FreeBSD}}
 
|[http://www.mamedev.org/release.html {{MAMEVer}}]
 
|[http://www.mamedev.org/release.html {{MAMEVer}}]
|{{✓}}
 
|{{✓}}
 
|{{✓}}
 
 
|{{✓}}
 
|{{✓}}
 
|{{✓}}
 
|{{✓}}
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|{{✓}}
 
|{{✓}}
 
|-
 
|-
|[[Kega Fusion]]
+
|[http://emulicious.net/ Emulicious]
|Windows, Linux, OS X
+
|align=left|{{Icon|Windows|Linux|macOS|FreeBSD}}
|[http://www.carpeludum.com/kega-fusion/ 3.64]
+
|[https://emulicious.net/downloads/ {{EmuliciousVer}}]
 
|{{✓}}
 
|{{✓}}
 
|{{✓}}
 
|{{✓}}
 +
|{{✗}}
 +
|Very high
 
|{{✓}}
 
|{{✓}}
 +
|{{~}}
 +
|-
 +
|[[BizHawk]]
 +
|align=left|{{Icon|Windows}}
 +
|[http://tasvideos.org/BizHawk/ReleaseHistory.html {{BizHawkVer}}]
 
|{{✓}}
 
|{{✓}}
 
|{{✓}}
 
|{{✓}}
 
|{{✗}}
 
|{{✗}}
|Mid
+
|Very high
|{{✗}}
 
|{{✗}}
 
|-
 
|[[Clock Signal|CLK]]
 
|macOS and UNIXalikes
 
|[https://github.com/TomHarte/CLK/releases {{clkver}}]
 
 
|{{✓}}
 
|{{✓}}
|{{✗}}
+
|{{~}}
|{{✗}}
 
|{{✗}}
 
|{{✗}}
 
|{{✗}}
 
| Very high
 
|{{✓}}
 
|{{✗}}
 
 
|-
 
|-
|[http://bcz.asterope.fr/ Osmose]
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|[[Phoenix (emulator)|Phoenix]]
|Linux
+
|align=left|{{Icon|Windows|Linux|macOS|FreeBSD}}
|[https://salsa.debian.org/games-team/osmose-emulator 1.3]
+
|[http://www.arts-union.ru/sites/default/files/ph28jag-win64.zip 2.8.JAG]
 
|{{✓}}
 
|{{✓}}
 
|{{✓}}
 
|{{✓}}
 
|{{✗}}
 
|{{✗}}
|{{✗}}
+
|Very high
|{{✗}}
 
|{{✗}}
 
|?
 
 
|{{✓}}
 
|{{✓}}
|{{}}
+
|{{~}}
 
|-
 
|-
|[[Phoenix]]
+
|[[Pantheon]]
|Multi-platform
+
|align=left|{{Icon|Windows}}
|[http://www.arts-union.ru/sites/default/files/ph28jag-win64.zip 2.8.JAG]
+
|[http://bostjan-grandovec.si/Content/News.htm {{PantheonVer}}]
 
|{{✓}}
 
|{{✓}}
 
|{{✓}}
 
|{{✓}}
 
|{{✗}}
 
|{{✗}}
|{{✗}}
+
|High
|{{✗}}
 
|{{✗}}
 
|?
 
 
|{{✓}}
 
|{{✓}}
|{{}}
+
|{{~}}
 
|-
 
|-
|[[BizHawk]]
+
|[http://sourceforge.net/projects/twombit/ TwoMbit]
|Windows
+
|align=left|{{Icon|Windows|Linux|macOS}}
|[http://tasvideos.org/BizHawk/ReleaseHistory.html {{BizHawkVer}}]
+
|[http://sourceforge.net/projects/twombit/files/ 1.0.5]
 
|{{✓}}
 
|{{✓}}
 
|{{✓}}
 
|{{✓}}
 
|{{✗}}
 
|{{✗}}
 +
|Very high
 
|{{✗}}
 
|{{✗}}
|{{✗}}
 
|{{✗}}
 
|?
 
|{{✓}}
 
 
|{{✗}}
 
|{{✗}}
 
|-
 
|-
|[http://emulicious.net/ Emulicious]
+
|[[Clock Signal|CLK]]
|Multi-platform
+
|align=left|{{Icon|Linux|macOS|FreeBSD}}
|[http://emulicious.net/news/]
+
|[https://github.com/TomHarte/CLK/releases {{clkver}}]
|{{}}
 
 
|{{✓}}
 
|{{✓}}
|{{✗}}
 
|{{✗}}
 
 
|{{✗}}
 
|{{✗}}
 
|{{✗}}
 
|{{✗}}
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|-
 
|-
 
|[[higan]]
 
|[[higan]]
|Multi-platform
+
|align=left|{{Icon|Windows|Linux|macOS|FreeBSD}}
 
|[http://byuu.org/emulation/higan/ {{higanVer}}]
 
|[http://byuu.org/emulation/higan/ {{higanVer}}]
 
|{{✓}}
 
|{{✓}}
 
|{{✓}}
 
|{{✓}}
|{{✓}}
 
|{{✗}}
 
|{{✗}}
 
 
|{{✓}}
 
|{{✓}}
 
|High
 
|High
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|{{✗}}
 
|{{✗}}
 
|-
 
|-
|Pantheon
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|Gearsystem
|Windows
+
|align=left|{{Icon|Windows|Linux|macOS|FreeBSD}}
|[http://bostjan-grandovec.si/Content/News.htm 7.708]
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|[https://github.com/drhelius/Gearsystem/releases {{GearsystemVer}}]
 
|{{✓}}
 
|{{✓}}
 
|{{✓}}
 
|{{✓}}
|{{✓}}
 
|{{✗}}
 
|{{✗}}
 
 
|{{✓}}
 
|{{✓}}
 
|High
 
|High
 
|{{✓}}
 
|{{✓}}
|{{~}}
+
|{{}}
 
|-
 
|-
|GearSystem
+
|MasterGear
|Multi-platform
+
|align=left|{{Icon|Windows|Linux|macOS|FreeBSD}}
|[https://github.com/drhelius/Gearsystem/releases 2.2]
+
|[http://fms.komkon.org/MG/ {{MasterGearVer}}]
 
|{{✓}}
 
|{{✓}}
 
|{{✓}}
 
|{{✓}}
|{{✗}}
 
|{{✗}}
 
|{{✗}}
 
 
|{{✗}}
 
|{{✗}}
 
|High
 
|High
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|{{✗}}
 
|{{✗}}
 
|-
 
|-
|[[HiSMS]]
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|[[Kega Fusion]]
|Windows
+
|align=left|{{Icon|Windows|Linux|macOS}}
|0.01 beta
+
|[http://www.carpeludum.com/kega-fusion/ 3.64]
 +
|{{✓}}
 
|{{✓}}
 
|{{✓}}
 
|{{✗}}
 
|{{✗}}
 +
|Mid
 
|{{✗}}
 
|{{✗}}
 
|{{✗}}
 
|{{✗}}
 +
|-
 +
|[[PicoDrive]]
 +
|align=left|{{Icon|Windows|Linux|macOS|FreeBSD}}
 +
|[https://github.com/notaz/picodrive/releases {{PicoDriveVer}}]
 +
|{{✓}}
 +
|{{✓}}
 +
|{{✓}}
 +
|Mid
 +
|{{✓}}
 
|{{✗}}
 
|{{✗}}
 +
|-
 +
|[http://freezesms.emuunlim.com/ FreezeSMS]
 +
|align=left|{{Icon|Windows}}
 +
|[http://freezesms.emuunlim.com/download.html 4.6]
 +
|{{✓}}
 +
|{{✓}}
 
|{{✗}}
 
|{{✗}}
|?
+
|Very high
 
|{{✗}}
 
|{{✗}}
 
|{{✗}}
 
|{{✗}}
 
|-
 
|-
|MasterGear
+
|[https://web.archive.org/web/20071206014650/http://www.dridus.com:80/~nyef/darcnes/ DarcNES]
|Multi-platform
+
|align=left|{{Icon|Windows|Linux|macOS|FreeBSD}}
|[http://fms.komkon.org/MG/ 4.4]
+
|[https://segaretro.org/DarcNES 9b0401/9b0313]
 
|{{✓}}
 
|{{✓}}
 
|{{✓}}
 
|{{✓}}
 
|{{✗}}
 
|{{✗}}
 +
|Low
 
|{{✗}}
 
|{{✗}}
 
|{{✗}}
 
|{{✗}}
 +
|-
 +
|[[MEKA]]
 +
|align=left|{{Icon|Windows|Linux|macOS}}
 +
|[https://github.com/ocornut/meka/releases {{MEKAVer}}]
 +
|{{✓}}
 +
|{{✓}}
 
|{{✗}}
 
|{{✗}}
 
|?
 
|?
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|{{✗}}
 
|{{✗}}
 
|-
 
|-
|[[PicoDrive]]
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|[http://0ldsk00l.ca/smsplus/ SMS Plus]
|Multi-platform <small>(PC)</small>
+
|align=left|{{Icon|Windows|Linux|macOS}}
|[http://notaz.gp2x.de/pico.php 1.92]
+
|[https://github.com/0ldsk00l/smsplus/releases 1.3]
 
|{{✓}}
 
|{{✓}}
 
|{{✓}}
 
|{{✓}}
 +
|{{✗}}
 +
|?
 
|{{✓}}
 
|{{✓}}
 +
|{{✗}}
 +
|-
 +
|[http://bcz.asterope.fr/ Osmose]
 +
|align=left|{{Icon|Linux}}
 +
|[https://salsa.debian.org/games-team/osmose-emulator 1.4]
 
|{{✓}}
 
|{{✓}}
 
|{{✓}}
 
|{{✓}}
|{{}}
+
|{{}}
|Mid
+
|?
 
|{{✓}}
 
|{{✓}}
 
|{{✗}}
 
|{{✗}}
 
|-
 
|-
|SMS Plus
+
|[[HiSMS]]
|Windows, Mac, Linux
+
|align=left|{{Icon|Windows}}
|[https://github.com/0ldsk00l/smsplus/releases 1.3]
+
|0.01 beta
|{{}}
 
 
|{{✓}}
 
|{{✓}}
 
|{{✗}}
 
|{{✗}}
 
|{{✗}}
 
|{{✗}}
 +
|?
 
|{{✗}}
 
|{{✗}}
 
|{{✗}}
 
|{{✗}}
|
+
|-
 +
|[[nemulator]]
 +
|align=left|{{Icon|Windows}}
 +
|[http://nemulator.com/downloads.html 4.2]
 +
|{{✓}}
 +
|{{✓}}
 +
|{{✗}}
 +
|?
 
|{{✓}}
 
|{{✓}}
 
|{{✗}}
 
|{{✗}}
 
|-
 
|-
|[http://sourceforge.net/projects/twombit/ TwoMbit]
+
|Essgee
|Windows, Mac, Linux
+
|align=left|{{Icon|Windows}}
|[http://sourceforge.net/projects/twombit/files/ 1.0.5]
+
|[https://github.com/xdanieldzd/Essgee/releases v002.1]
 
|{{✓}}
 
|{{✓}}
 
|{{✓}}
 
|{{✓}}
 
|{{✗}}
 
|{{✗}}
|{{✗}}
+
|?
|{{✗}}
+
|{{}}
|{{✗}}
 
|Cycle
 
|{{}}
 
 
|{{✗}}
 
|{{✗}}
 
|-
 
|-
!colspan="12"|Mobile
+
!colspan="9"|Mobile / ARM
 
|-
 
|-
 
|[[Genesis Plus GX]]<ref name="GPGXLibretro"></ref>
 
|[[Genesis Plus GX]]<ref name="GPGXLibretro"></ref>
|Multi-platform
+
|align=left|{{Icon|Android|iOS|Linux|Pandora}}
 
|{{GenPlusGXVer}}
 
|{{GenPlusGXVer}}
 
|{{✓}}
 
|{{✓}}
 
|{{✓}}
 
|{{✓}}
|{{✓}}
 
|{{✓}}
 
|{{✗}}
 
 
|{{✓}}
 
|{{✓}}
 
|Very high
 
|Very high
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|{{✓}}
 
|{{✓}}
 
|-
 
|-
|[[PicoDrive]]
+
|MasterGear
|Multi-platform <small>(ARM devices)</small>
+
|align=left|{{Icon|Android}}
|[http://notaz.gp2x.de/pico.php 1.92]
+
|[http://fms.komkon.org/MG/ {{MasterGearVer}}]
 
|{{✓}}
 
|{{✓}}
 
|{{✓}}
 
|{{✓}}
 +
|{{✗}}
 +
|High
 
|{{✓}}
 
|{{✓}}
 +
|{{✓}}
 +
|-
 +
|[[PicoDrive]]
 +
|align=left|{{Icon|Android|iOS|Linux|Pandora}}
 +
|[http://notaz.gp2x.de/pico.php {{PicoDriveVer}}]
 
|{{✓}}
 
|{{✓}}
 
|{{✓}}
 
|{{✓}}
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|-
 
|-
 
|GearMasterPlayer
 
|GearMasterPlayer
|Android
+
|align=left|{{Icon|Android}}
|[https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=ru.vastness.altmer.gearmasterplayer 1.0.5]
+
|[http://www.arts-union.ru/sites/default/files/GearMasterPlayer_free_1.0.5.zip 1.0.5]
 
|{{✓}}
 
|{{✓}}
 
|{{✓}}
 
|{{✓}}
|{{✗}}
 
|{{✗}}
 
|{{✗}}
 
 
|{{✗}}
 
|{{✗}}
 
|?
 
|?
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|{{✓}}
 
|{{✓}}
 
|-
 
|-
!colspan="12"|Consoles
+
!colspan="9"|Consoles
 +
|-
 +
|[[PicoDrive]]
 +
|align=left|{{Icon|PSP}}
 +
|[http://notaz.gp2x.de/pico.php {{PicoDriveVer}}]
 +
|{{✓}}
 +
|{{✓}}
 +
|{{✓}}
 +
|Mid
 +
|{{✓}}
 +
|{{✓}}
 
|-
 
|-
 
|[[Genesis Plus GX]]
 
|[[Genesis Plus GX]]
|[[Wii]], [[Gamecube]]
+
|align=left|{{Icon|GCN|Wii}}
 
|[https://bitbucket.org/eke/genesis-plus-gx/downloads {{GenPlusGXVer}}]
 
|[https://bitbucket.org/eke/genesis-plus-gx/downloads {{GenPlusGXVer}}]
 
|{{✓}}
 
|{{✓}}
 
|{{✓}}
 
|{{✓}}
|{{✓}}
 
|{{✓}}
 
|{{✗}}
 
 
|{{✓}}
 
|{{✓}}
 
|?
 
|?
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|-
 
|-
 
|[http://filetrip.net/psp-downloads/homebrew/download-masterboy-210-f28308.html MasterBoy]
 
|[http://filetrip.net/psp-downloads/homebrew/download-masterboy-210-f28308.html MasterBoy]
|[[PlayStation Portable]]
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|align=left|{{Icon|PSP}}
 
|2.10
 
|2.10
 
|{{✓}}
 
|{{✓}}
 
|{{✓}}
 
|{{✓}}
|{{✗}}
 
|{{✗}}
 
|{{✗}}
 
 
|{{✗}}
 
|{{✗}}
 
|?
 
|?
 
|{{✗}}
 
|{{✗}}
|{{✓}}
 
|-
 
|[[PicoDrive]]
 
|[[PlayStation Portable|PSP]], ARM Devices
 
|[http://notaz.gp2x.de/pico.php 1.92]
 
|{{✓}}
 
|{{✓}}
 
|{{✓}}
 
|{{✓}}
 
|{{✓}}
 
|{{✓}}
 
|Mid
 
|{{✓}}
 
 
|{{✓}}
 
|{{✓}}
 
|-
 
|-
 
|[[Virtual Console]]
 
|[[Virtual Console]]
|[[Wii]], [[Nintendo 3DS|3DS]]
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|align=left|{{Icon|Wii|3DS}}
 
|N/A
 
|N/A
|{{✓}}
 
 
|{{✓}}
 
|{{✓}}
 
|{{✓}}
 
|{{✓}}
|{{✗}}
 
|{{✗}}
 
 
|{{✗}}
 
|{{✗}}
 
|?
 
|?
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<references />
 
  
 
{{Sega}}
 
{{Sega}}

Latest revision as of 15:32, 4 September 2020

Sega Master System
Sega-Master-System-Set.png
Sega-Game-Gear-WB.jpg
Top: Sega Master System.
Bottom: Sega Game Gear.
Developer Sega
Type Home video game console
Generation Third generation
Release date 1985
Discontinued 1992
Predecessor SG-1000
Successor Genesis / Mega Drive
Emulated

The Sega Master System (SMS) was an 8-bit console released by Sega on October 20, 1985 in Japan and in September of 1986 in the US. It was retailed for $199.99. It had a Zilog Z80A at 4 MHz with 8KB of RAM and 16KB of VRAM. It had a Yamaha YM2602B VDP GPU. It was designed to be a direct competitor to the Nintendo Entertainment System, and was technically superior to it in some ways. The Sega Game Gear was released in April of 1991 and was a competitor for the Game Boy. It had a backlit screen, color, and a nice looking design. It retailed for $149.99. It had a Zilog Z80 CPU at 3.5 MHz with 8KB of RAM and 16KB VRAM.

There are a lot of hardware similarities between the SMS and the Game Gear (GG). Notably, SMS game cartridges can actually be played on the Game Gear via an adapter. For this reason, most SMS emulators can also run GG games.

Internally the Master System extends Sega's older SG-1000 by adding more RAM and a single new video mode; since the SG-1000 was built from the same CPU, video and audio chips as the ColecoVision many Master System emulators also run ColecoVision games.

Emulators[edit]

Name Platform(s) Latest Version SMS GG Libretro Core Accuracy Active Recommended
PC / x86
Genesis Plus GX[1] Windows Linux macOS FreeBSD 1.7.5 RC1 Very high
MAME Windows Linux macOS FreeBSD 0.225 High
Emulicious Windows Linux macOS FreeBSD 2020-09-09 Very high ~
BizHawk Windows 2.5.1 Very high ~
Phoenix Windows Linux macOS FreeBSD 2.8.JAG Very high ~
Pantheon Windows 9.87 High ~
TwoMbit Windows Linux macOS 1.0.5 Very high
CLK Linux macOS FreeBSD 2020-09-17 Very high
higan Windows Linux macOS FreeBSD v110 High
Gearsystem Windows Linux macOS FreeBSD 3.0.2 High
MasterGear Windows Linux macOS FreeBSD 4.6 High
Kega Fusion Windows Linux macOS 3.64 Mid
PicoDrive Windows Linux macOS FreeBSD 1.93 Mid
FreezeSMS Windows 4.6 Very high
DarcNES Windows Linux macOS FreeBSD 9b0401/9b0313 Low
MEKA Windows Linux macOS 0.8-alpha (2019-12-13) ?
SMS Plus Windows Linux macOS 1.3 ?
Osmose Linux 1.4 ?
HiSMS Windows 0.01 beta ?
nemulator Windows 4.2 ?
Essgee Windows v002.1 ?
Mobile / ARM
Genesis Plus GX[1] Android iOS Linux Pandora 1.7.5 RC1 Very high
MasterGear Android 4.6 High
PicoDrive Android iOS Linux Pandora 1.93 Mid
GearMasterPlayer Android 1.0.5 ?
Consoles
PicoDrive PSP 1.93 Mid
Genesis Plus GX GameCube Wii 1.7.5 RC1 ?
MasterBoy PSP 2.10 ?
Virtual Console Wii Nintendo 3DS N/A ?
  1. 1.0 1.1 Only available on PC and mobile as a libretro core (e.g. RetroArch)
Dreamcast logo.png
Consoles: SG-1000Master SystemGenesis / Mega DriveCD32XSaturnDreamcast
Handhelds: Game Gear
Arcade: System seriesModel 1Model 2Model 3Naomi