The Polymega is a modular emulation box created by Playmaji to emulate older systems. Polymega is the first of its kind to support CD-based games and also the first to run on x86 architecture. The base system only supports CDs but modules can be attached for original cartridges. The Polymega is equipped with its own wireless controller, various USB controllers can also be used. Currently ROM files can't be loaded on the system. A store where you can buy and download games is planned for the future.
|Famicom / NES||Mesen||EM01|
|Super Famicom / SNES||Mednafen (SNES Faust)||EM02|
|Sega Mega Drive / Genesis||Modified Kega Fusion||EM03|
|Sega Mega CD / Sega CD||Modified Kega Fusion||Base|
|Sega 32X||Modified Kega Fusion||EM03|
|PC Engine / TurboGrafx-16||Mednafen||EM04|
|PC Engine CD / TurboGrafx-CD||Mednafen||Base|
|PC Engine SuperGrafx||Mednafen||EM04|
|Neo Geo CD||Modified MAME||Base|
- Processor: Intel Coffee Lake S Series Processor
- Memory: 2GB DDR4 RAM
- Connectivity: Realtek RTL8822BE Wi-Fi / Bluetooth Combo Module, HDMI 2.0, Gigabit Ethernet, 2x USB 2.0, Polymega Expansion Bus
- On-board Storage: 32GB eMMC Flash Memory
- Expansion Storage: M.2 2280 SSD, Micro SDXC (MEMORY Port on back)
- Optical Drive: 8X CD/DVD Slot-in Optical Disc Drive
- Polymega Retro Gun Controller - A HDTV-compatible light gun that is intended to work with all of the classic Light Gun games supported by Polymega. It is powered by Sinden Technology.
- Polymega Universal Wireless Controller - The standard controller included in the console bundle.
- Polymega Turbo Retro Controller - A TG16 clone controller
- Polymega Mega Retro Controller - A Sega Genesis clone controller
- Polymega Super Retro Controller - A SNES clone controller
- Polymega Power Retro Controller - A NES clone controller
- Architecture: x86
- OS: Proprietary Linux-based.
- User Interface: Codename Richter (Proprietary, Linux Based).
Playmaji claims to use legally licensed versions of Mednafen, Mesen, Kega Fusion, and MAME with additional bug fixes, CD BIOS development, and replaced YM2610 for Neo Geo CD from Playmaji. It has has a new and improved version of Kega Fusion, now in 64-bit and made by original author Steve Snake. Similar to the Retron5 it will be possible to use ROM translation patches, here loaded from a USB drive.
- Footage shown in trailer for the console featured video footage of what appeared to be the arcade version of Sega Rally, and not the Saturn one, as was claimed.
- "Removing" FPGA