Regen – accuracy focused emulator

Regen/GTK+ is an emulator for the Sega Genesis / Mega Drive, Sega Master System, GameGear, SG-1000, and SC-3000 systems.

The emulator concentrates on the accuracy of the emulation.

The last release was in 2009.

Features include:

  • High compatibility with games.
  • Emulates the Sega Virtua Processor – a DSP used to expand the Mega Drive’s 3D capabilities.
  • Support for hardware accelerated video cards.
  • VSync which removes tearing.
  • SuperHQ – enable high quality emulation of the FM and SN76489 PSG chip.
  • Netplay.
  • DirectInput support.
  • 6-button pad, Teamplayer, 4-way play, lightgun, sega mouse, J-Cart, joypad support.
  • Turbo mode.
  • Video plugins.
  • RPI plugin scalers.
  • AVI recording – record the movie in AVI format.

Website: aamirm.hacking-cult.org
Support: Forums
Developer: AarmirM and many contributors
License: Freeware

Regen

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