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KiGB

KiGB

KiGB is an accurate and free portable emulator for Gameboy, Gameboy Color and Super Gameboy.

It is fully compatible with all GB/GBC games, and features several components not usually packaged with basic emulators, including a graphics effects module which allows visual effects like blur to be enabled.

KiGB is the only emulator that emulates the Game Link Cable, this lets you play most 2-player games over a TCP/IP network.

 KiGB 2.05

Price
Free to download

Size
0.4MB
License

Freeware

Developer
Ricky Liu, Richard Bannister (port)

Website
kigb.emuunlim.com

System Requirements
CPU: Pentium (minimum)
RAM: 16MB

Support:
FAQ, Compatibility

Selected Reviews:

Features include:

  • Game Boy, Game Boy Color and Super Game Boy (SGB and SGB2) emulated
  • High compatibility and accuracy in graphics, sound and timing
  • Game Link Cable supported (allows 2 players to play over a TCP/IP network)
  • MBC1, MBC2, MBC3, MBC5, MBC6, MBC7, HuC1, HuC3, Rocket, MMM01, Gameboy Camera and multi-carts supported
  • All 4 sound channels and digital sound supported (each can be on or off)
  • Graphics on background, window and sprites can be set individually on or off
  • Battery supported
  • Real time clock supported
  • Zipped and gzipped files supported
  • Screen size: 1x1, 2x2, 3x3 and full screen
  • Frame skip supported
  • Joypads/joysticks supported
  • GameGenie and GameShark cheats supported
  • Screen dump supported
  • Save states supported
  • Close colors as a real Game Boy Color
  • Input playback supported
  • Save states and input files are compressed
  • Battery save, save states and input files are portable across all supported platforms
  • Default border image supported
  • Up to 4 players are supported (SGB only)
  • Gameboy Printer supported
  • Per-game configuration
  • Sound wave file output
  • Customizable Gameboy palettes
  • Adjustable emulation speed (25%, 50%, 100%, 200% and 400%)
  • Graphics filters: Super 2xSaI, Super Eagle, scanline and bilinear
  • Special effect: sprite shadow (experimental)
  • Special porperties of LCD (Mix Frame)
  • Generic flashcart (most public domain, trainers and hacks required this)
  • Demotronic Trick
  • GBC palettes (default and built-in) for GB mono games
  • 5-speed auto-fire
  • Barcode Boy supported (required game: Battle Space)
  • Boot ROM for GB supported (not included)
  • Simulate boot ROM for GBC

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