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}}The '''SG-1000''', also known as '''Sega Game 1000''', was an 8-bit console released by [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sega Sega] in 1983. This system marked Sega's first entry into the home video game hardware business. The SG-1000 didn't see much success in its home country, mostly due to competition from the technically superior [[Famicom]]; it did however enjoy a brief period of popularity in Taiwan, prior to the latter market being inundiated by unlicensed Family Computer clones.
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The '''SG-1000''', also known as '''Sega Game 1000''', was a third-generation 8-bit home video game console released by [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sega Sega] on July 15, 1983 and had a Zilog Z80 CPU at 3.58 MHz with 1KB of RAM. This system marked Sega's first entry into the home video game hardware business. The SG-1000 didn't see much success in its home country, mostly due to competition from the technically superior [[Nintendo Entertainment System emulators|Famicom]]; it did however enjoy a brief period of popularity in Taiwan, prior to the latter market being inundated by unlicensed Family Computer clones.
  
Sega's use of off-the-shelf components in developing the console, which was also shared with the [[ColecoVision]], led to at least one unauthorized clone of the SG-1000, manufactured and sold by Taiwan-based Bit Corporation as the Dina 2-in-1. Indeed, the Dina had support for SG-1000 games and ColecoVision titles to a certain extent.
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Sega's use of off-the-shelf components in developing the console, which was also shared with the [[ColecoVision emulators|ColecoVision]], led to at least one unauthorized clone of the SG-1000, manufactured and sold by Taiwan-based Bit Corporation as the Dina 2-in-1. Indeed, the Dina had support for SG-1000 games and ColecoVision titles to a certain extent.
  
The '''SC-3000''' (Sega Computer 3000) was its home computer counterpart and has a built-in keyboard.
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The '''SC-3000''' (also known as '''Sega Computer 3000''') was its home computer counterpart and has a built-in keyboard.
  
 
==Emulators==
 
==Emulators==
 
{| class="wikitable" style="text-align:center;"
 
{| class="wikitable" style="text-align:center;"
|+PC
 
 
! scope="col"|Name
 
! scope="col"|Name
! scope="col"|Operating System(s)
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! scope="col"|Platform(s)
 
! scope="col"|Latest Version
 
! scope="col"|Latest Version
 +
! scope="col"|SG-1000
 +
! scope="col"|SC-3000
 +
! scope="col"|SF-7000
 
! scope="col"|[[libretro|Libretro Core]]
 
! scope="col"|[[libretro|Libretro Core]]
 
! scope="col"|Active
 
! scope="col"|Active
 
! scope="col"|[[Recommended Emulators|Recommended]]
 
! scope="col"|[[Recommended Emulators|Recommended]]
 
|-
 
|-
|[[Genesis Plus GX]]
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!colspan="9"|PC / x86
|Multi-platform*
+
|-
|1.7.5
+
|[[Kega Fusion]]
 +
|align=left|{{Icon|Windows|Linux|macOS}}
 +
|[http://www.carpeludum.com/kega-fusion/ 3.64]
 +
|{{✓}}
 +
|{{✓}}
 +
|{{✓}}
 +
|{{✗}}
 +
|{{✗}}
 +
|{{✓}}
 +
|-
 +
|MasterGear
 +
|align=left|{{Icon|Windows|Linux|macOS|FreeBSD}}
 +
|[http://fms.komkon.org/MG/ 4.5]
 +
|{{✓}}
 +
|{{✓}}
 +
|{{✓}}
 +
|{{✗}}
 +
|{{✓}}
 +
|{{✓}}
 +
|-
 +
|[[MAME]]
 +
|align=left|{{Icon|Windows|Linux|macOS|FreeBSD}}
 +
|[http://www.mamedev.org/release.html {{MAMEVer}}]
 +
|{{✓}}
 +
|{{✓}}
 +
|{{✓}}
 
|{{✓}}
 
|{{✓}}
 
|{{✓}}
 
|{{✓}}
 
|{{✓}}
 
|{{✓}}
 
|-
 
|-
|[[Kega Fusion]]
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|[[Genesis Plus GX]]
|Windows, Linux, OS X
+
|align=left|{{Icon|Windows|Linux|macOS|FreeBSD}}*
|[http://www.carpeludum.com/kega-fusion/ 3.64]
+
|{{GenPlusGXVer}}
 +
|{{✓}}
 
|{{✗}}
 
|{{✗}}
 
|{{✗}}
 
|{{✗}}
 +
|{{✓}}
 +
|{{✓}}
 
|{{✓}}
 
|{{✓}}
 
|-
 
|-
 
|[[BizHawk]]
 
|[[BizHawk]]
|Windows
+
|align=left|{{Icon|Windows}}
 
|[http://tasvideos.org/BizHawk/ReleaseHistory.html {{BizHawkVer}}]
 
|[http://tasvideos.org/BizHawk/ReleaseHistory.html {{BizHawkVer}}]
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|{{✓}}
 +
|{{✗}}
 
|{{✗}}
 
|{{✗}}
 
|{{✗}}
 
|{{✗}}
 +
|{{✓}}
 
|{{✓}}
 
|{{✓}}
 
|-
 
|-
|[[MAME]]
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|Gearsystem
|Multi-platform
+
|align=left|{{Icon|Windows|Linux|macOS|FreeBSD}}
|[http://www.mamedev.org/release.html {{MAMEVer}}]
+
|[https://github.com/drhelius/Gearsystem/releases {{GearsystemVer}}]
 
|{{✓}}
 
|{{✓}}
 +
|{{✗}}
 +
|{{✗}}
 
|{{✓}}
 
|{{✓}}
 
|{{✓}}
 
|{{✓}}
 +
|{{✗}}
 
|-
 
|-
 
|[[blueMSX]]
 
|[[blueMSX]]
|Windows, Multi-platform**
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|align=left|{{Icon|Windows|Linux|macOS|FreeBSD}}**
 
|[http://bluemsx.com/download.html 2.8.2]
 
|[http://bluemsx.com/download.html 2.8.2]
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|{{✓}}
 +
|{{✓}}
 +
|{{✓}}
 
|{{✓}}
 
|{{✓}}
 
|{{✗}}
 
|{{✗}}
 +
|{{✗}}
 +
|-
 +
|[[MEKA]]
 +
|align=left|{{Icon|Windows|Linux|macOS|FreeBSD}}
 +
|[https://github.com/ocornut/meka/releases {{MEKAVer}}]
 +
|{{✓}}
 +
|{{✓}}
 +
|{{✓}}
 +
|{{✗}}
 +
|{{✓}}
 +
|{{✗}}
 +
|-
 +
|[[vdmgr]]
 +
|align=left|{{Icon|Windows}}
 +
|[http://vdmgr.g2.xrea.com/download.html {{vdmgrVer}}]
 +
|{{✓}}
 +
|{{~}}
 +
|{{✓}}
 +
|{{✗}}
 +
|{{✗}}
 +
|{{✗}}
 +
|-
 +
|[https://web.archive.org/web/20071206014650/http://www.dridus.com:80/~nyef/darcnes/ DarcNES]
 +
|align=left|{{Icon|Windows|Linux|macOS|FreeBSD}}
 +
|[https://segaretro.org/DarcNES 9b0401/9b0313]
 +
|{{✓}}
 +
|{{~}}
 +
|{{✗}}
 +
|{{✗}}
 +
|{{✗}}
 +
|{{✗}}
 +
|-
 +
|[[Clock Signal|CLK]]
 +
|align=left|{{Icon|macOS|FreeBSD}}
 +
|[https://github.com/TomHarte/CLK/releases {{clkver}}]
 +
|{{✓}}
 +
|{{✗}}
 +
|{{✗}}
 +
|{{✗}}
 +
|{{✓}}
 
|{{✗}}
 
|{{✗}}
 
|-
 
|-
 
|CoolCV
 
|CoolCV
|Multi-platform
+
|align=left|{{Icon|Windows|Linux|macOS|FreeBSD}}
 
|[http://atariage.com/forums/topic/240800-coolcv-emulator-for-mac-os-x-linux-windows-and-raspberry/ 0.6.6]
 
|[http://atariage.com/forums/topic/240800-coolcv-emulator-for-mac-os-x-linux-windows-and-raspberry/ 0.6.6]
 +
|{{✓}}
 
|{{✗}}
 
|{{✗}}
 
|{{✗}}
 
|{{✗}}
 +
|{{✗}}
 +
|{{✓}}
 
|{{✗}}
 
|{{✗}}
 
|-
 
|-
 
|[http://sourceforge.net/projects/twombit/ TwoMbit]
 
|[http://sourceforge.net/projects/twombit/ TwoMbit]
|Windows, Mac, Linux
+
|align=left|{{Icon|Windows|Linux|macOS}}
 
|[http://sourceforge.net/projects/twombit/files/ 1.0.5]
 
|[http://sourceforge.net/projects/twombit/files/ 1.0.5]
 +
|{{✓}}
 +
|{{✗}}
 +
|{{✗}}
 
|{{✗}}
 
|{{✗}}
 
|{{✗}}
 
|{{✗}}
 
|{{✗}}
 
|{{✗}}
 
|-
 
|-
|Meka
+
|[http://freezesms.emuunlim.com/ FreezeSMS]
|Multi-platform
+
|align=left|{{Icon|Windows}}
|[http://www.smspower.org/meka/ 0.80]
+
|[http://freezesms.emuunlim.com/download.html 4.6]
 +
|{{✓}}
 +
|{{✗}}
 +
|{{✗}}
 
|{{✗}}
 
|{{✗}}
 
|{{✗}}
 
|{{✗}}
 
|{{✗}}
 
|{{✗}}
 
|-
 
|-
|vdmgr
+
|Essgee
|Windows
+
|align=left|{{Icon|Windows}}
|[http://www.geocities.jp/g_lsluk/vdmgr.html 0.1.8]
+
|[https://github.com/xdanieldzd/Essgee/releases v001.2]
 +
|{{✓}}
 +
|{{✓}}
 
|{{✗}}
 
|{{✗}}
 
|{{✗}}
 
|{{✗}}
 +
|{{✓}}
 
|{{✗}}
 
|{{✗}}
 
|}
 
|}
 +
  
 
<nowiki>*</nowiki>Only available on PC as a libretro core (e.g. [[RetroArch]]).
 
<nowiki>*</nowiki>Only available on PC as a libretro core (e.g. [[RetroArch]]).
  
 
<nowiki>**</nowiki>Only available outside of Windows as a libretro core (e.g. [[RetroArch]]).
 
<nowiki>**</nowiki>Only available outside of Windows as a libretro core (e.g. [[RetroArch]]).
 
  
 
{{Sega}}
 
{{Sega}}
 
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[[Category:Consoles]]
 
[[Category:Consoles]]
 
[[Category:Sega consoles]]
 
[[Category:Sega consoles]]
 
[[Category:SG-1000 emulators|*]]
 
[[Category:SG-1000 emulators|*]]
 
[[Category:Third-generation video game consoles]]
 
[[Category:Third-generation video game consoles]]

Latest revision as of 14:16, 21 January 2020

Sega SG-1000
Sega-SG-1000-Console-Set.png
Developer Sega
Type Home video game console
Generation Third generation
Release date 1983
Discontinued 1985
Successor Master System
Emulated

The SG-1000, also known as Sega Game 1000, was a third-generation 8-bit home video game console released by Sega on July 15, 1983 and had a Zilog Z80 CPU at 3.58 MHz with 1KB of RAM. This system marked Sega's first entry into the home video game hardware business. The SG-1000 didn't see much success in its home country, mostly due to competition from the technically superior Famicom; it did however enjoy a brief period of popularity in Taiwan, prior to the latter market being inundated by unlicensed Family Computer clones.

Sega's use of off-the-shelf components in developing the console, which was also shared with the ColecoVision, led to at least one unauthorized clone of the SG-1000, manufactured and sold by Taiwan-based Bit Corporation as the Dina 2-in-1. Indeed, the Dina had support for SG-1000 games and ColecoVision titles to a certain extent.

The SC-3000 (also known as Sega Computer 3000) was its home computer counterpart and has a built-in keyboard.

Emulators[edit]

Name Platform(s) Latest Version SG-1000 SC-3000 SF-7000 Libretro Core Active Recommended
PC / x86
Kega Fusion Windows Linux macOS 3.64
MasterGear Windows Linux macOS FreeBSD 4.5
MAME Windows Linux macOS FreeBSD 0.217
Genesis Plus GX Windows Linux macOS FreeBSD * 1.7.5 RC1
BizHawk Windows 2.4
Gearsystem Windows Linux macOS FreeBSD 2.6.1
blueMSX Windows Linux macOS FreeBSD ** 2.8.2
MEKA Windows Linux macOS FreeBSD 0.8-alpha (2019-12-13)
vdmgr Windows 0.1.8 ~
DarcNES Windows Linux macOS FreeBSD 9b0401/9b0313 ~
CLK macOS FreeBSD 2020-01-06
CoolCV Windows Linux macOS FreeBSD 0.6.6
TwoMbit Windows Linux macOS 1.0.5
FreezeSMS Windows 4.6
Essgee Windows v001.2


*Only available on PC as a libretro core (e.g. RetroArch).

**Only available outside of Windows as a libretro core (e.g. RetroArch).

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