DGen/SDL is an emulator for Unix-esque operating systems supported by the Simple DirectMedia Layer (SDL) library.
It produces a virtual environment in which Sega Genesis (MegaDrive outside the US) games can be run with fairly accurate audio and video.
DGen was originally a windows emulator.
- Game Genie/Hex codes support.
- PAL/NTSC, fullscreen modes.
- Joypad / joystick support.
- OpenGL textured video output.
- Screenshots, demos recording and playback.
- Musashi and StarScream (x86‐only) CPU cores.
- CZ80 and MZ80 (generic and x86‐only versions).
- 16‐bit, 8000 to 48000Hz sound output.
- Support for 8, 15, 16, 24 and 32 bpp modes.
- Archived/compressed ROMs support.
- M68K debugger.
- hqx and scale2x scaling filters.
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