This is a repository of (probably abandoned and unmaintained) open source emulators that have fallen off the web. I'm a big believer in emulators and keeping a way to run yesterday's programs on today's computers. I also like playing games, which helps.
Generator is a Sega Genesis/MegaDrive emulator written in C and works on a wide variety of systems (including 64 bit machines and PDAs). Originally written by James Ponder (with help from a few others). Christian Biere added a lot of useful features (especially for unix users), but his site seems to have gone away. Mostly GPLv2 Licenced. The Tk/Gtk interface is ugly, but works.
generator-cbiere is in FreeBSD Ports (packages are up to date for nearly all platforms) but it is NOT in Ubuntu's repository at the moment. There is at least one package available at ubuntuforums, which has a few bugs.
DGen was an early genesis emulator by Dave (last name unknown), later ported to SDL by Joe Groff and Phil K. Hornung. It's not very user-friendly (no menus, all interface functions controlled by keystrokes). Mostly BSD licenced.
WARNING: This version hasn't been patched or modified from
Joe Groff's most recent version and has some security issues with
predictable filenames in /tmp: