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Wednesday, January 28, 2009

The Master System Online Emulator

Master System emulationThere are apparently quite a few people that shockingly do not have access to a Master System console and, that's the worse bit, there are even more misguided souls that simply haven't downloaded the excellent MEKA SMS emulator just yet. Baffling, really. You shouldn't be working that much, you know. Anyway. Better click yourselves to the fantastic online emulator site-thingy that is MasterSystem8.com. It's absolutely free, ridiculously simple to use, works fine and sports a selection of some of the more iconic SMS games such as the 8-bit version of Sonic, Phantasy Star, Golden Axe Warrior, Alex Kidd in Miracle World and Strider.

10 comments:

Anthony Burns said...

Thanks for enlightening me about this. :) I do have MEKA (and an SMS, of course), but this looks as if it may have possibilities. For one thing, I don't have Ninja Gaiden on cartidge or MEKA ...

gnome said...

Glad you liked the site Anthony. And I must add it's perfect for those underappreciated office computers...

Nreive said...

Don't forget Fusion, developed by Steve Snake, which emulates the SMS as well as the Mega Drive, Game Gear, Mega CD, 32X, and those rare things that be SG1000 and SG3000. You can get it here: http://kega.eidolons-inn.net/

gnome said...

Fantastic find Neil! Thanks a ton. Downloading now and I'll see if the Gens/Meka combo is worth its salt. Uhm, right.

Caleb said...

Amazing!

(I was bored at work Thanks Gnome!)

Damn Aliens 3 looks awesome compared to the NES version.

Caleb said...

Ninja Gaiden is much better on my actual SMS though.

(Game gear screen doesn't do it justice.)

Caleb said...

Crap I meant Shinobi.

gnome said...

Victory! At least one wise person used that site instead of working! You're indeed the front bit of the avant garder dear Caleb!

Anthony Burns said...

I had a go at playing Ghouls 'n' Ghosts on this, but found the cursor keys just would not give me the precision I needed with all of those sickeningly awkward jumps ... so it's off to Ebay with me, I fear (I lost my original copy in a burglary, alas).

gnome said...

Sounds horrible, but chances are you'll manage to grab a properly cheap copy...