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Revision as of 16:40, 9 November 2018

Multi-system emulators focus on emulating many different systems under one program. They can be focused on a single company's systems because of the similarity of the systems or may have systems from many different companies.

To be defined as "multi-system" an emulator has to emulate two or more distinct systems. For the purpose of this list, Add-ons (eg. Sega CD, 32X) are not counted as a separate system.

Emulators

Multi-company

Name Operating System(s) Latest Version # of Emulated systems Recommended
MAME Multi-platform 0.230 Countless (1000's)[1]
Mednafen Multi-platform 1.27.0-UNSTABLE 16
OpenEmu macOS 2.0.1 34
Phoenix Multi-platform 2.8.JAG 5
BizHawk Windows 2.6.1 ~29 (excluding the Libretro cores)
Pantheon Windows 10.294 20 ~
higan Windows, Linux, macOS [https://github.com/higan-emu/higan/releases Nightly] 12
CLK macOS, Linux git 11

Nintendo

Name Operating System(s) Latest Version # of Emulated systems Recommended
Dolphin Multi-platform 5.0 3
No$GBA Windows 3.04 3*

*No$GBA apparently also does PocketStation emulation

Sega

Name Operating System(s) Latest Version # of Emulated systems Recommended
Kega Fusion Windows, Linux, macOS 3.64 10
PicoDrive Multi-platform 1.92 5

Sinclair

Name Operating System(s) Latest Version # of Emulated systems Recommended
EightyOne Windows 1.12 12

References

  1. www.mamedb.org's list (Only shows the games covered, not systems)