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Nemus is an accurate, efficient, and portable Nintendo Entertainment System emulator, written in C++ conforming to the ISO/IEC 14882 standard. We are currently looking for help on the project, so if you are interested, please contact the maintainer.8 weekly downloads
MaxUAE is the Mac OS X version of UAE.7 weekly downloads
Mario is a Nintendo® GameBoy emulator for PalmOS, Java, Java Micro Edition (J2ME), Microsoft Windows, Mac OS X, Linux, and POSIX platforms.5 weekly downloads
The FreeDO project has MOVED to http://www.freedo.org, and is close to beta. An alpha is currently being internally tested. The project is no longer open-source. Please direct your browsers to http://www.freedo.org for the latest updates.1 weekly downloads
GNAHB Tools is a set of tools for building and deploying code on the GNAHB board created at the Illinois Institute of Technology. It will be backwards compatible to support code written for the MIT Handyboard.
Obtruder will allow MacOS X developers to write bundles or libraries that are loaded into every user process and provide support for applying patches to specific methods. Obtruders are similar to Classic System Extensions or Application Enhancers.