Emux

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Emux
Core info
License GPLv2

Emux is a game system emulator that can be used as a libretro core.

Background

Emux is a cross-platform emulator project with a goal of emulating multiple kinds of machines related to gaming, such as consoles or arcades. Its philosophy is very much inspired by the Linux kernel (hence the name), which brilliantly manages to support multiple machines while keeping drivers entirely platform-independent. Emux is designed in the same way, keeping a code base of CPUs and controllers separate from machines.

Feature Support

These are libretro features, not frontend or standalone emulator features.

Features
Saves Save states Rewind Netplay Cheats Controllers API Rumble Sensors Camera Location Subsystem API


BIOS

Emux does not support using BIOS image files.

Options

This core does not feature core options.

Controllers

Compatibility List/General Issues

External Links