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Nintendo - GameCube Emulators

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Name Description
Dolphin Dolphin is the most advanced GameCube emulator out there.

It can play many gamecube commercial games flawlessly, and Wii support is well on it's way also.

The Emulator is also now full open source under the GPL 2.0. Source can be found at http://code.google.com/p/dolphin-emu/
Dolwin This is the first known GameCube emulator that didn't turn out to be a hoax. It doesn't yet play commercial games, but a good number of demos are working.
Gcube This is a GameCube emulator developed by Monk. It can run a few commercial games now.
SuperGCube SuperGCube is a Windows GameCube emulator, based off the discontinued GCube. Thanks to an efficient, highly-optimized emulation core, it can achieve a relatively high speeds, often outperforming other emulators that use more advanced techniques.
WhineCube WhineCube is a brand new emulator by Masken. It requires DirectX 9.0b or higher. It may or may not run on Win2K according the author. So far it only runs several demos, but definitely keep an eye on it.


Nintendo - GameCube Emulators on Other Platforms

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