1.26.1 / 11-11-2020
My Emulator Doesn't Need A Frickin' Excellent Name is an open-source, multi-system emulator, driven from the command-line, OpenGL and SDL. Its Sony PlayStation, Sega Saturn, Nintendo Virtual Boy, and NEC PC Engine (TurboGrafx-16) original cores are recognized for their high quality, compatibility and accuracy.
There are several front-ends available, if you don't know how to execute via command-line:
For CRT screens, you can try emu4crt since this mod is intended for +/- 15kHz TVs or arcade monitors. Check it out here!
Windows: 7+ (64-bit is recommended; for better performance and functionality)
Linux: Please follow their instructions on provided homepage to build from source.
Most Recent Changes
This release fixes compilation errors with clang, fixes compilation errors after configuring with --disable-debugger, fixes a few minor MSU1 handling bugs in the SNES-Faust module, and improves the accuracy of the PS1 SPU reverb emulation.