You have 0 articles to compare. Do you want to see compare view now?


Compare

 

Advanced search options Advanced search options



Computers

Consoles

Handhelds

Arcade

Calculators

Miscellaneous

Multi-System

Pocket Computers

A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z

O2EM2 is the fork of O2EM an open source Odyssey2 / Videopac console emulator, created by Daniel Boris in 1996. Since version 0.80 it has been developed by André de la Rocha and since version 1.16 it has been developed by Arlindo M. de Oliveira.

O2EM2 was forked from O2EM 1.18.

WARNING: SINCE THIS IS A FORK OF AND OLD PROJECT, LOTS OF DOCUMENTATION COULD BE OBSOLETE.

This release includes the...

Read More

O2em is a Odyssey2/Videopac emulator for the Wii game console. This unit was known as the Philips Odyssey in Brazil, Philips Videopac G7000 in Europe, and Odyssey2 under both Magnavox and Philips brands in North America.

O2Em runs just about all the existing software with reasonable sound support - with only one or two titles that do not run well. Recent versions also support emulation of the Videopac G7400+.

O2EM GP2X is an Odyssey 2 & Videopac+ emulator for the GP2X ported by Sean Poyser.

O2EM is an open source multi-platform Odyssey2 / Videopac+ emulator. The Odyssey2 (Videopac/Jopac in Europe) was a video game console created in the late 70s.

Results 1 - 5 of 5