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    Gelide



    If you are a Linux user and emulator fan you owe it to yourself to try Gelide. Gelide is multi system multi emulator fully customizable frontend.

    [SPOILER="From Gelide's site"]Gelide is a configurable frontend which let you manage any kind of emulated system (PC, console, arcade, etc) letting you to catalog and launch any game from any existing emulator under GNU/Linux.
    With Gelide,you can configure any emulator with command line parameters support, without the need of remember them every now and then.
    Gelide is a free project, licenced under the GNU General Public Licence it is written in C++ using the Gtkmm libraries as base. [/SPOILER]

    I've been playing with it for a few days and it's awesome! You can add or remove any system or emulator to it. It's kind of your one stop shop it terms of frontends. It comes highly recommended.

    [SPOILER="Features"] * Simple gui, intuitive and fully configurable.
    * Supports any kind of system (platform).
    * Allows configuration of any emulator that supports command line parameters.
    * For each system can be configured any number of emulators.
    * Supports the integration of data from DAT files.
    * Supports DAT files in this formats: ClrMamePro, MAME XML y Logiqx XML.
    * Checks and simple comparison of games against dat files.
    * Includes preview of games images (Snapshot, Title, Front, Back and Cartridge).
    * Support CRC named or name named games images (no-intro screenshot).
    * Can export and import systems configurations (including configurations of their emulators).
    * Manage systems, emulators and games through simple menus.
    * Includes a filter panel for the games list.
    * Supports games filtering by name.
    * Full screen mode.
    [/SPOILER]

    [SPOILER="State & Preconfigured Systems (v 0.1.4)"]System - Emulators
    Amstrad GX4000 - Mess, SdlMess
    Atari 2600 - Stella, z26, Mess, SdlMess, XMess
    Atari 5200 - Mess, SdlMess, XMess
    Atari 7800 - Mess, SdlMess, XMess
    Atari Jaguar - Virtual Jaguar Gcc/Sdl, Mess, SdlMess
    Atari Lynx - Mednafen, Handy/SLD, Mess, SdlMess, XMess
    Bandai Wonderswan - Mednafen, Xe, Mess, SdlMess, XMess
    Bandai Wonderswan Color - Mednafen, Xe, Mess, SdlMess, XMess
    Coleco ColecoVision - Mess, SdlmMss, XMess
    Emerson Arcadia 2001 - Mess, SdlMess, XMess
    Entex Adventure vision - Mess, Sdlmess, Xmess
    Fairchild Channel F - Mess, SdlMess, XMess
    GCE Vectrex - Mess, SdlMess, XMess
    Magnavox Odyssey2 - Mess, SdlMess, XMess
    Mame - Mame, SdlMame, XMame
    Mattel Intellivision - jzIntv, Mess, SdlMess, XMess,
    NEC PcEngine - Hu-go!, Mednafen, Xe, Mess, SdlMess, XMess
    NEC Super Grafx - Mednafen, Sdlmess
    Nintendo DS - DeSMuME
    Nintendo Famicom Disk system - Fceux, Nestopia, Mednafen, Xe, Mess, SdlMess
    Nintendo Game Boy - Gambatte, Gngb, Gnuboy, VisualBoy Advance, Mednafen, Xe, Mess, SdlMess, XMess
    Nintendo Game Boy Color - Gambatte, Gngb, Gnuboy, VisualBoy Advance, Mednafen, Xe, Mess, SdlMess, XMess
    Nintendo Game Boy Advance - VisualBoyAdvance, BoyCott Advance-SDL, Mednafen, Xe, Mess, SdlMess
    Nintendo NES - Fceux, Nestopia, Mednafen, Xe, Mess, SdlMess, XMess
    Nintendo SNES - SNes9x-gtk, BSnes, Zsnes, Xe, Mess, SdlMess, XMess
    Nintendo 64 - Mupen64Plus, Mess, SdlMess
    Raine - Raine, Mame, SdlMame, XMame
    RCA Studio II - Mess, SdlMess, XMess
    SEGA 32X - Gens/GS, Mess, Sdlmess
    SEGA Game Gear - Osmose, Mednafen, Xe, Mess, SdlMess
    SEGA Master System - Osmose, Mednafen, Xe, Mess, SdlMess
    SEGA Mega Drive - Gens/GS, Regen, Xe, Generator, Mess, SdlMess
    SEGA SG-1000 - Mednafen, Xe, Mess, SdlMess
    SNK Neo Geo Pocket - Mednafen, Xe, Mess, SdlMess
    SNK Neo Geo Pocket Color - Mednafen, Xe, Mess, SdlMess
    SNK Neo Geo - Mame, SdlMame, GnGeo, XMame
    ZiNc - ZiNc, Mame, SdlMame, XMame[/SPOILER]

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    Re: Gelide

    This is the first time a Linux app has made a Windows user drool...

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