AAE (Another Arcade Emulator) AAE is a vector based arcade system emulator/simulator written using C and OpenGL. It strives to recreate the experience of playing the games as they were in the arcade, and requires the original game ROMS in order to run. In some cases copies of the original sound files and artwork are required to complete the emulation experience. It provides for simulation options that are not available in MAME, and offers several features that are not available in MAME due to their arcade preservation charter, such as advanced hardware based drawing and motion blur.
Calice32 This is by the author of BeGameboy and BePCEngine. It emulates Capcom CPS-1 and CPS-2 games plus the QSound from ZN-1 and ZN-2 games. It also emulates some of Sega's System-16 based games. The original DOS port is no longer supported.
GNGEO A Neo-Geo emulator for Linux. Sorry but I can't list the games that are supported here in CAESAR. It would be a huge amount of work to work out the required ROMs without CRC information in the emulator and I don't have Linux to do proper testing either!
NEOGem NEOGem is an emulator for the home console and arcade Neo-Geo systems (Neo-Geo CD is not supported). Sorry but I can't list the games that are supported here in CAESAR. It would be a huge amount of work to work out the required ROMs without CRC information in the emulator!
Retrocade Nice interface and although everything is covered by MAME it is far more efficient and takes much less of a system to run it. For example, I am informed that Retrocade can run Galaga with full sound on a 486/33 but MAME requires a Pentium 200.
Sega System C2 Emulator The first emulator that emulated Sega C2 games. Discontinued on 8th Nov 2000 (almost immediately after MAME added the games). Also, the author requested that no sites provide his source anymore.