|PC6001V||This emulator, which is in Japanese, emulates the NEC PC-6000 Series computers. You need a boot ROM to use this.|
|M88||This emulator is in Japanese and emulates a PC8801. To run it you need the ROM from a PC88 Computer.|
|PC88Win||According to sources this is the best PC8801 emulator, and I guess we’ll just have to trust them. Anyways, give this a try. It’s a nice emulator.|
|X88000||This is another Japanese emulator that emulates the PC8801, a Japanese personal computer produced by NEC Corporation.
Last release: 2008-10-09
|nex86||Anex86 is a PC98 emulator for Windows that surprisingly has a GUI that’s in English, so you don’t have to blow your mind trying to figure out what you’re doing. It ran at frameskip 5 or something on the Pentium 120 I tried it out on, but if you have a newer computer you should be fine. I don’t know about the legality of the ROMs for these emulators, though, so you will have to find them yourself (it’s not that hard).
You might want this Japanese font if you like something else than jibberish showing up when you play games.
|Neko Project II||This is a PC-98 emulator for Windows that is based on the T98 source code, and inevitably so, very fast. It doesn’t have that many features yet, but it’s update very regularly.|
|PC98E||This is another PC98 emulator for Windows, but I wasn’t able to test it, so I can’t give you any details on how good it is or anything just yet.|
|T98||I couldn’t get this PC98 emulator running, due to the fact that it didn’t seem to support .hdi files. Either that or it was so slow I’d have to wait more than the 15 minutes I did wait, heh.
You might want the font for use with this emulator, too, since if you don’t have it, it won’t start up at all.
|T98-Next||This emulator is kind of a sequel to T98, though I couldn’t get it to run in Windows 2000 it seems to support a whole lot of nice things, so if it works on your system, you might want to check it out.This is an English Translation of the T98-Next GUI.|
|T98vmm||This emulator is from the same people who coded T98-Next. It only works on Windows NT based systems.|
|Virtual 98||This PC98 emulator requires MMX, so I have been unable to try this one out, too, but I will update the descriptions as soon as I get a chance to try them out at home.|
|DeePCE||This TG-16 emulator is in Japanese, and it appears to be good. Most of the documentation is in Japanese, so I can’t tell the specific features.|
|DPCE||DPCE is a TG-16 emulator that is written in Delphi for the most part. It has sound, can load/save states, and has window/full screen modes. However, it is not complete yet as the CPU has many bugs and the sound quality isn’t that good.|
|Hu-Go!||FPCE was renamed to Hu-Go. It also has been taken over by a new author. The docs are now in french and english. You’ll want to check it out. Significant improvements have been made over the last little while, so be sure to see for yourself!|
|Hu6280||Hu6280 is coded in C++, and it runs 98% of all the hucard images in existance! It supports 1 or 2 players. The 320X200 video mode is also faster than the 640X480 hires mode. It has a simple file loader (one of the simplest GUIs I’ve ever seen.) Stereo sound is also implemented, and support is being added for the TG16 CD in the future. If you don’t want to spend 35$ on Magic Engine, get this emulator. It’s the next best thing!
The Windows version, without some of the extra features (zip loading & joystick support) that the DOS version sports. A P2-333 is recommended if you’re using sound.
The DirectX version of Hu6280 that now has CD-ROM support. This current version is Beta, so use at your own discretion. Be sure that you’re in 16 bit color mode.
|Magic Engine||Outstanding Turbo Grafx-16/PC Engine emulator that features full HuCard, SuperGrafx, CD-ROM, Super CD-ROM and Arcade Card emulation! It is, however, a demo version which costs $16 USD (£10 UKP) to register. This demo version is limited to 5 minutes of play time per session.|
|Ootake||A Japanese PC Engine / TurboGrafx 16 emulator.
Last update: 2011-02-09
|PCejin||PCejin takes the accuracy of Mednafan’s PCE core and gives it a native Win32 interface, and more.|
|PicchioEngine||This is an itallian PCEngine/Turbografx emulator. The author considers it ‘experimental’ at this time.|
|Project PC2E||This is a TG16/PC Engine emulator written in Visual C++ 6.0. The website has a lot of valuable information about the inner workings of the TG16 and seems to be making great progress. Compatibility is getting better, though many games will still seem buggy.|
|TG16 EMU||It is very primitive compared to Magic Engine, and since it’s coded in C, it’s quite slow. Not really worth the download.|
|TGEmu||PC-Engine emu by Charles MacDonald.|
* NEC PC-Engine/TurboGrafx-16
* NEC SuperGrafx
* CDROM2, Super CDROM2
|VPCE||Can run some commercial games, although it lacks in speed, you’ll need a high end pentium for good speed. It’s freeware, and looks like it has a good future.
This is the Win95 port, by the author of MageX.