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GnGeo

GnGeo

GnGeo is a software emulator for the Neo-Geo game platform.

It is notable for the fact that it uses specialized cores to emulate the main processors, giving it a significant performance boost over more general emulators such as MAME. Specifically, it uses the 68k core, Starscream 680x0 emulation library, Cyclone 680x0 core, Raze Z80 emulator, Z80 Mame core, DrZ80 core, and YM2610 Mame core.

There are three main frontends available for GnGeo: GGF (Java based), XGngeo (GTK2_, and gngeogui (written in Perl).

 GnGeo 0.8

Price
Free to download

Size
1.0MB
License

Other Open Source

Developer
Mathieu Peponas, Espinetes, Tatu Kilappa, Ugenn

Website
code.google.com/p/gngeo

System Requirements
libSDL 1.2.x
zlib
NASM (Optional)

Support Sites:
Google Code, FAQ, Frontends

Selected Reviews:

Features include:

  • Relatively fast emulation (PII 300MHz is sufficient in most cases)
  • Emulate arcade and home system
  • Raster effect support (used in Super side kick 2,3,4 and some other games)
  • Nebula/Kawaks transparency pack support
  • Interpolation between frame (smoother animation)
  • Soft, OpenGL and YUV blitters
  • Many different effects (scanline, scale2x etc.)
  • Save state

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