VGB-GUI is for launching and configuring VGB, a GameBoy emulator.
Virtual Gameboy Emulator
Virtual GameBoy (VGB) is an emulator of the GameBoy videogame handheld produced by Nintendo. It runs GameBoy, Super GameBoy, and GameBoy Color games on PCs, Macs, PocketPCs, or just about any other sufficiently fast computer in existence. It can also help to debug GameBoy software without using a costly development system.
A portable Jaguar emulator which is based on the source code released by David Raingeard (Cal2) of Potato Emulation.
Wah!Cade is a GUI front-end to the xmame emulator for arcade games. It's a clone of the Windows only program MameWAH.
The X11/Unix port of the MultiArcade Machine Emulator project.
A free emulator that can emulate a variety of systems. The current release (0.1) supports the NES, Sega Genesis/Megadrive, TRS-80, Colour Genie, and Colecovision. It is written in C and the source code is available for download.
Xe is a multi system emulator for Linux that emulates many console and handheld video game systems. Read more
XGngeo is a frontend (GUI) for Gngeo which is a powerful command line Neo Geo emulator. With XGngeo multiple configuration panels, designed in an intuitive way, emulator behaviour can be regulated both precisely and easily; while Rom selection is made simple thanks to a full featured list with preview image and various game information, etc.
The primary goal of xmame-fe is to have a front end for xmame that can handle all the options of xmame without needing to be modified every time the options change. The second goal is to handle multiple configurations. Xmame-fe requires Tcl/TK.
Yabause is a Sega Saturn emulator under GNU GPL. It currently runs on GNU/Linux and is being ported to Microsoft Windows and Mac OS X. Read more