>M.U.G.E.N (also known simply as MUGEN) is a freeware 2D fighting game engine designed by Elecbyte. Content is created by the community, and thousands of fighters, both original and from popular fiction, have been created. It is written in C and originally used the Allegro library. The latest versions of the engine now use the SDL library.
>The very low cost USB floppy emulator from ebay should be able to play some ADF files on my Amiga. Unfortunately these drives was unable to support/emulate the Amiga sectors encoding scheme and couldn’t work on Amiga computers… But now all of this is past…
Coding the the Gotek firmware can now be replaced by an Amiga compatible firmware. This firmware allows to load any ADF file present on the USB key and play it on the Amiga!
PCSX2 is a PlayStation 2 emulator for Windows and Linux,
started by the same team that brought you PCSX (a Sony PlayStation 1 emulator).
The PCSX2 project attempts to allow PS2 code to be executed on your computer,
thus meaning you can put a PS2 DVD or CD into your computers drive, and boot it up!
MESS is an acronym that stands for Multiple Emulator Super System.
MESS will more or less faithfully reproduce computer and console systems on a PC.
MESS can currently emulate over 250 systems from the last 5 decades.
MESS emulates the hardware of the systems and sometimes utilizes ROM images to load programs and games.
Icaros Amiga OS
Version 1.1 of your new AROS distribution has finally been released. It’s not perfect yet, but it’s more stable, and includes all the most urgent features any hobbyst, usable operating system should have. Icaros Desktop has everything VmwAROS already had, with many improvements you’ll surely love, like the integration of the modern web browser OWB (which can now open HTML file on your hard drive clicking on them, or launching some famous cloud-computing web applications straight from AmiStart), the addition of the wonderful PDF reader ArosPDF, the vastly-improved AmiBridge thanks to Janus-UAE 0.3 and many, many more.
ATARI THE 2600 ERA
>The popularity of the Atari 2600 VCS is what
really began the video game movement.
Developed by Atari and led by Nolan Bushnell, the Atari 2600 was released
in 1977 after Atari merged with Warner Communications.
an Amstrad emulator for PCs running any 32-bit version of Windows.
MAME BEST LINKS and full resources :
MAME PLUS – ASHURA BUILD