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UAE-Wii is a port of the UNIX Amiga Emulator to Nintendo Wii

UAE4ALL is an Open Source Amiga500 emulator for the Dreamcast and Dingoo consoles.

FEATURES

  • Frameskip between 0-1 without sound and 1-2 with sound.
  • Fast FAME Motorola 68000 core by Fox68k.
  • Savestates support.
  • Autoframeskip for real speed.
  • Dreamcast SD-Card support.
  • Mouse & Keyboard Dreamcast supported.
  • Virtual Keyboard with triggers L-R.
  • Joystick is emulated with digital pad + A,X

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WinFellow is a port of Fellow for DOS to the Win32-platform (Win9x/NT/2000). Fellow is an Amiga emulator.

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This is a version of UAE, the Ubiquitous Amiga Emulator, with an emulation core largely based on WinUAE. It attempts to bring many of the great features of WinUAE to non-Windows platforms. This version now finally has a name, E-UAE, since that's what everybody was calling it anyway. The 'E' can stand for anything you fancy. Experimental, extreme, exciting, egalitarian, eggplant, . ....

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FS-UAE is an Amiga emulator for Windows, Linux and Mac OS X based on UAE/WinUAE, with a focus on emulating games.

Features include emulation of Amiga 500, 1200, 4000, CD32 and CDTV, perfectly smooth scrolling on 50Hz displays, support for floppy images in ADF and IPF formats, CD-ROM images in ISO or BIN/CUE format, mounting folders on your computer as Amiga hard drives, support for Picasso 96...

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WinUAE is a 32-bit Windows version (XP/Vista/7) of the UAE Amiga Emulator. UAE is the collaborative effort of a number of Amiga enthusiasts to create a portable Amiga emulator under the GNU Public License.

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Janus-UAE (short: j-uae) is a transparent (rootless) Amiga Emulator for the AROS Operating System, based on the original UAE by Bernd Schmidt and E-UAE 0.8.29-WIP4 by Richard Drummond (sf.net unix name uaedev)).

 
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