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Emulators can be very handy when you want to test code quickly, but can't be totally relied on. Some emulator are closer to the original console while some will run your game even if a real Dreamcast can't.
 
Emulators can be very handy when you want to test code quickly, but can't be totally relied on. Some emulator are closer to the original console while some will run your game even if a real Dreamcast can't.
  
## Reicast  
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==Reicast ==
 
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*Official page: [https://reicast.com]
* Official page : [https://reicast.com](https://reicast.com)
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*Developed by: skmp, others. Derived from nullDC.
* Developed by : skmp, others. Derived from nullDC.
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*Status: Active, Under rewrite
* Status : Active, Under rewrite
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*Platform: Android, Windows, Linux, macOS, html5
* Platform : Android, Windows, Linux, OSX, html5
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===Supported features===
 
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===Known issues===
### Supported feature
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*Extremely buggy
### Known issues
 
- Extremely buggy
 
 
 
## Redream
 
* Official page : [https://redream.io](https://redream.io)
 
* Developed by : inolen
 
* Status : Active
 
* Platform : Android, Windows, Linux, OSX
 
 
 
### Supported feature
 
### Known issues
 
- No sound support for homebrew with HLE bios
 
 
 
 
 
## NullDC
 
* Official page : [https://github.com/skmp/nulldc](https://github.com/skmp/nulldc)
 
* Developed by : skmp, ZeZu, PsyMan
 
* Status : Inactive
 
* Platform : Windows
 
 
 
### Supported feature
 
### Known issues
 
 
 
 
 
## LXdream
 
* Official page : [http://www.lxdream.org/news/](http://www.lxdream.org/news/)
 
* Developed by : ??
 
* Status : Inactive
 
* Platform : Linux
 
 
 
### Supported feature
 
- ** DEV ** Console support (printf)
 
 
 
### Known issues
 
 
 
## Demul
 
* Official page : [http://demul.emulation64.com/](http://demul.emulation64.com/)
 
* Developed by : ??
 
* Status : Inactive
 
* Platform : Windows
 
  
### Supported feature
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==Redream==
- MMU, Naomi 2
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*Official page: [https://redream.io]
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*Developed by: inolen
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*Status: Active
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*Platform: Android, Windows, Linux, macOS
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===Supported feature===
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===Known issues===
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*No sound support for homebrew with HLE bios
  
### Known issues
 
  
## WashingtonDC
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==NullDC==
* Official page: [http://washemu.org/](http://washemu.org/)
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*Official page: [https://github.com/skmp/nulldc]
* Developed by : snickerbockers
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*Developed by: skmp, ZeZu, PsyMan
* Status : Active
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*Status: Inactive
* Platform : Linux, Windows
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*Platform: Windows
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===Supported feature===
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===Known issues===
  
### Supported feature
 
- Console support (printf) via serial port
 
- remote GDB debugging
 
  
### Known issues
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==lxdream==
- game compatibility
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*Official page: [http://www.lxdream.org/news/]
- Z-Fighting
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*Developed by: nkeynes
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*Status: Inactive
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*Platform: Linux
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===Supported feature===
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-'''DEV''' Console support (printf)
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===Known issues===
  
## MAME
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==Demul==
* Official page: [http://mamedev.org/](http://mamedev.org/)
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*Official page: [http://demul.emulation64.com/]
* Developed by : MAME community
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*Developed by: Wind, CaH4e3, ajax16384, DreamZzz, MetalliC
* Status : Active
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*Status: Inactive
* Platform : Linux, Windows
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*Platform: Windows
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===Supported feature===
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*MMU, Naomi 2
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===Known issues===
  
### Supported feature
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==WashingtonDC==
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*Official page: [http://washemu.org/]
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*Developed by: snickerbockers
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*Status: Active
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*Platform: Linux, Windows
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===Supported feature===
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*Console support (printf) via serial port
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*remote GDB debugging
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===Known issues===
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*game compatibility
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*Z-Fighting
  
### Known issues
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==MAME==
- game compatibility
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*Official page: [http://mamedev.org/]
- speed
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*Developed by: MAME community
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*Status: Active
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*Platform: Linux, Windows
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===Supported feature===
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===Known issues===
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*game compatibility
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*speed
  
## Other older emulators
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==Other older emulators==
 
These emulators are listed mostly for historical/archival reasons.
 
These emulators are listed mostly for historical/archival reasons.
* [DreamEmu](http://www.dreamemu.net/)
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*[DreamEmu](http://www.dreamemu.net/)
* [Dreamer](http://emulatronia.com/dcemu.htm)
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*[Dreamer](http://emulatronia.com/dcemu.htm)
* Makaron
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*Makaron
* [Swirly](http://swirly.sourceforge.net/)
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*[Swirly](http://swirly.sourceforge.net/)

Latest revision as of 13:57, 30 May 2020

Emulators can be very handy when you want to test code quickly, but can't be totally relied on. Some emulator are closer to the original console while some will run your game even if a real Dreamcast can't.

Reicast

  • Official page: [1]
  • Developed by: skmp, others. Derived from nullDC.
  • Status: Active, Under rewrite
  • Platform: Android, Windows, Linux, macOS, html5

Supported features

Known issues

  • Extremely buggy

Redream

  • Official page: [2]
  • Developed by: inolen
  • Status: Active
  • Platform: Android, Windows, Linux, macOS

Supported feature

Known issues

  • No sound support for homebrew with HLE bios


NullDC

  • Official page: [3]
  • Developed by: skmp, ZeZu, PsyMan
  • Status: Inactive
  • Platform: Windows

Supported feature

Known issues

lxdream

  • Official page: [4]
  • Developed by: nkeynes
  • Status: Inactive
  • Platform: Linux

Supported feature

-DEV Console support (printf)

Known issues

Demul

  • Official page: [5]
  • Developed by: Wind, CaH4e3, ajax16384, DreamZzz, MetalliC
  • Status: Inactive
  • Platform: Windows

Supported feature

  • MMU, Naomi 2

Known issues

WashingtonDC

  • Official page: [6]
  • Developed by: snickerbockers
  • Status: Active
  • Platform: Linux, Windows

Supported feature

  • Console support (printf) via serial port
  • remote GDB debugging

Known issues

  • game compatibility
  • Z-Fighting

MAME

  • Official page: [7]
  • Developed by: MAME community
  • Status: Active
  • Platform: Linux, Windows

Supported feature

Known issues

  • game compatibility
  • speed

Other older emulators

These emulators are listed mostly for historical/archival reasons.