Excellent port of the great emulator. Happily runs the vast majority of MAME
games at full speed, though a few larger titles (eg Metal Slug 3 and 4) are currently too big
to fit in the Xbox's memory. However...
...this emu runs most of the ones MAME can't handle, via the use of virtual
memory. You may need, however, to rename the Kawa-X executable (from DEFAULT.XBE
to KAWAX.XBE, for
example), put it in the MAME directory and run it via boXplorer if you want it
to be able to detect the ROMs (which should be put in your MAME ROMs folder).
Very good emu for the ancient Apple systems. Be sure to read the readme file and
follow its instructions before running, or your disks won't boot.
ATARI 2600 VCS
I found this vastly more useable than Stella, the other Xbox VCS emulator.
Shares the same excellent front end as XboyAdvance, NeoGenesis, Hugo etc.
Looks good, but most 5200 games don't seem to recognise the Start button. EDIT:
Ah, right. In order to get the games to start, you should press the left
analogue stick in, which will bring up a keyboard on screen. If you then press
"H" on that keyboard, most games will start. (Very occasionally it's another
button, such as "N".)
Really nice emu that seems to run everything well.
Updated with new and improved interface. Excellent emulation.
Handheld emu, haven't actually tried this one myself yet.
A huge improvement on the previous Coleco emulator. Runs Colecovision carts and
Easier to use than UAEX, this is a really good port
of the classic Amiga emu, better in several respects than the PC version.
GAME BOY ADVANCE/GAME BOY/COLOR/SUPER
Excellent emu, runs at full speed with a small amount of frameskip. Supports
Super Gameboy enhancements.
Updated interface, much improved.
NINTENDO ENTERTAINMENT SYSTEM (NES)
A lot friendlier to use than NESterX. Runs FDS disk images as well as ordinary
Another good solid emu from Xport for the VCS-era console.
Much-improved interface over v2, now an excellent emu. Runs both MSX1 and MSX2
Very good emulator with sound, and the same clear, friendly front-end as many
PC ENGINE/TURBO GRAFX
Superb emulation, adjustable screen and great compatibility. Runs CD games as
well as HuCards. (Only original CDs, though. If you have backup discs, you'll
have to rip those to the hard drive. A tool to do this (CDDISSECT) is included
in the Hugo zipfile.)
SEGA MASTER SYSTEM
Another very compatible, very user-friendly emulator with screen adjust options.
SEGA MEGADRIVE (aka GENESIS)/MEGA CD/32X
This is a superb emulator, highly configurable and very compatible.
Decent emulation for this obscure pre-Master-System console, but lack of screen
adjustment options lets it down badly.
Very easy-to-use emu for the normally-complicated Japanese computer, home to
some rare arcade games.
Very decent PS emu, runs a large percentage of games at full speed with
SUPER NINTENDO ENTERTAINMENT SYSTEM (SNES)
SNES9X X (v0.23)
By far the best of the two SNES emus currently available, though it lacks screen