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M.E.S.S. (Multi emulator Super System)

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DreamCastLover

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Relating to my other post about DOS emulation, I found this thing. It emulates the following:

Adventurevision
Amstrad PC1512
Amstrad PC1640 / PC6400 (US)
Amstrad PC20
Amstrad/Schneider CPC464
Amstrad/Schneider CPC6128
Amstrad/Schneider CPC664
APEXC (as described in 1957)
Apple //c (3.5 ROM)
Apple //c
Apple //c Plus
Apple //e (enhanced)
Apple //e
Apple //e (Platinum)
Apple I
Aquarius
Arcadia 2001
Atari 2600
Atari 400 (NTSC)
Atari 400 (PAL)
Atari 5200
Atari 7800
Atari 800 (NTSC)
Atari 800 (PAL)
Atari 800XL
Atom
Atom with Eprom Box
Bally Pro Arcade/Astrocade
BBC Micro Model A
BBC Micro Model B+ 128k
BBC Micro Model B+ 64K
BBC Micro Model B
BBC Micro Model B with WD1770 disc controller
C64GS (PAL)
C65 / C64DX (Prototype, German PAL, 910429)
C65 / C64DX (Prototype, NTSC, 910111)
C65 / C64DX (Prototype, NTSC, 910523)
C65 / C64DX (Prototype, NTSC, 910626)
C65 / C64DX (Prototype, NTSC, 910828)
C65 / C64DX (Prototype, NTSC, 911001)
CBM4064/PET64/Educator64 (NTSC)
Channel F
Chess Champion MK II
Colecovision
Colecovision (Thick Characters)
Color Computer 2B
Color Computer 2
Color Computer 3 (HD6309)
Color Computer 3
Color Computer (Extended BASIC 1.0)
Color Computer
Colour Genie EG2000
Commodore 128 French (PAL)
Commodore 128 German (PAL)
Commodore 128 Italian (PAL)
Commodore 128 NTSC
Commodore 128 Swedish (PAL)
Commodore 16/116/232/264 (PAL), 1551
Commodore 16/116/232/264 (PAL)
Commodore 16 Novotrade (PAL, Hungarian Character Set)
Commodore 30xx (Basic 2) (business keyboard)
Commodore 30xx (Basic 2)
Commodore 364 (Prototype)
Commodore 40xx FAT (CRTC) 50Hz
Commodore 40xx FAT (CRTC) 60Hz
Commodore 40xx THIN (business keyboard)
Commodore +4 (NTSC), 1551
Commodore +4 (NTSC)
Commodore 64 (NTSC)
Commodore 64 Swedish (PAL)
Commodore 64/VC64/VIC64 (PAL)
Commodore 80xx 50Hz
Commodore 80xx 60Hz
Commodore 80xx German (50Hz)
Commodore 80xx Swedish (50Hz)
Commodore B128-40/Pet-II/P500 60Hz
Commodore B128-80HP/710
Commodore B128-80LP/610 60Hz
Commodore B256-80HP/720
Commodore B256-80HP/720 Swedish/Finnish
Commodore B256-80LP/620 50Hz
Commodore B256-80LP/620 Hungarian 50Hz
Commodore Max (Ultimax/VC10)
Commodore SP9000/MMF9000 (50Hz)
CP400
CPS Changer (Street Fighter ZERO)
Dragon 32
Enterprise 128 (EXOS 2.1)
Enterprise 128
EURO PC
Famicom
Galaksija
GameBoy
Game Gear
HB-8000 Hotbit 1.1
HB-8000 Hotbit 1.2
IBM PC 08/16/82
IBM PC 10/27/82
IBM PC/XT (CGA)
Inves Spectrum 48K+
Jupiter Ace
Kaypro 2x
KC 85/3
KC 85/4
KC Compact
KIM-1
Laser 110
Laser 200
Laser 210
Laser 310
Laser 350
Laser 500
Laser 700
Lisa2/10
Lisa2
LNW-80
Lynx (alternate rom save!)
Lynx II
Lynx
Macintosh 512ke
Macintosh Plus
Macintosh XL
Master System
MC-10
Megadrive / Genesis
Microbee 32K
Microbee 32K Personal Communicator
Microbee 56K (CP/M)
Microtan 65
MSX 1 (Japan)
MSX 1 (Korea)
MSX 1
MSX 1 (UK)
MSX 2 (BASIC 2.1)
MSX 2 (Japan)
MSX 2
MTX 512
MZ-700 (Japan)
MZ-700
Nascom 1
Nascom 2
NC100
NC100 (Version 1.09)
NC200
Nintendo Entertainment System (NTSC)
Nintendo Entertainment System (PAL)
Oric 1
Oric Atmos
Oric Telestrat
PC200 Professional Series
PC8300
PC-8801 MKIISR (Hires display, VSYNC 24KHz)
PC-8801 MKIISR (Lores display, VSYNC 15KHz)
PC/AT (CGA, MF2 Keyboard)
PC (CGA)
PC Engine/TurboGrafx 16
PC (MDA)
PCW10
PCW16
PCW8256
PCW8512
PCW9256
PCW9512 (+)
PC/XT (VGA, MF2 Keyboard)
PDP-1 (Spacewar!)
PET2001/CBM20xx Series (Basic 1)
Philips P2000M
Philips P2000T
Pocket Computer 1251
Pocket Computer 1350
Pocket Computer 1401
Pocket Computer 1402
Power 3000
Pravetz 8D (Disk ROM)
Pravetz 8D (Disk ROM, RadoSoft)
Pravetz 8D
Salora Fellow
Sam Coupe 256K RAM
Sam Coupe 512K RAM
Sanyo / Dick Smith VZ200
Sanyo / Dick Smith VZ300
Sorcerer
Spectrum I+
Studio II
Superboard II
Super Nintendo Entertainment System
Super Vision
SVI-318
SVI-328 (BASIC 1.11)
SVI-328
System-80
Tandy 1000HX
TC2048
Texet TX8000
TI-85 ver. 10.0
TI-85 ver. 3.0a
TI-85 ver. 4.0
TI-85 ver. 5.0
TI-85 ver. 6.0
TI-85 ver. 8.0
TI-85 ver. 9.0
TI99/4A Home Computer (Europe)
TI99/4A Home Computer (US)
TI99/4 Home Computer (Europe)
TI99/4 Home Computer (US)
TI Avigo 100 PDA
TK90x Color Computer
TK95 Color Computer
TRS-80 Model I (Level I Basic)
TRS-80 Model I (Radio Shack Level II Basic)
TRS-80 Model I (R/S L2 Basic)
TS1000
TS2068
UK101
Vectrex
VIC20 (NTSC), IEEE488 Interface (SYS45065)
VIC20 (NTSC)
VIC20 PAL, Swedish Expansion Kit
VIC20/VC20(German) PAL
XP-800 Expert 1.0
XP-800 Expert 1.1
ZX-80
ZX-81
ZX.Aszmic
ZX Spectrum 128
ZX Spectrum 128 (Spain)
ZX Spectrum +2a
ZX Spectrum +2 (France)
ZX Spectrum +2
ZX Spectrum +2 (Spain)
ZX Spectrum +3e
ZX Spectrum +3
ZX Spectrum +3 (Spain)
ZX Spectrum +4
ZX Spectrum (BusySoft Upgrade)
ZX Spectrum (Collier's Upgrade)
ZX Spectrum (De Groot's Upgrade)
ZX Spectrum (LEC Upgrade)
ZX Spectrum

:screwy: Old Skool here we come! lol

I have yet to test it for speed, compatability & such but If anyone has info or feedback then post!

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Ive never got a game for any system to work on it for 3 years!

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DreamCastLover

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I've just been trying it and stuff like Gameboy, Spectrum, atari 800, C64 worked fine. Some other stuff like Snes wasn't so good but I guess it is a hugely ambitious emulator and some things are bound to be crappy. I guess it is better to have 100 different perfect emulators than one emulator that emulates 100 things OK....

It is regularly updated though, so I am going to keep my eye on it.

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that would be cool if it emulated them all really good. sure would save some room on the desktop. :screwy:




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