Apple - Macintosh Emulators
|Basilisk II||Basilisk II is a free, portable 68k Mac emulator. It requires a copy of a 512K or 1MB Mac ROM and a copy of MacOS 7.x or 8.x to run. Basilisk II is freeware and distributed under the GNU General Public License.|
|Basilisk II/JIT||Basilisk II/JIT is a dynamic recompilation of the original emulator.|
|Executor||Executor is a commercial emulator that allows non-Macintosh hardware to run many applications originally written on a Macintosh.|
|Mini vMac||This is a Macintosh Plus emulator which has an impressively small footprint on the host system. It has now superseded its predecessor, vMac.
It requires a Macintosh Plus BIOS ROM to run, which is not included for copyright reasons.
|MOL||Mac On Linux lets you run MacOS under Linux/ppc. MOL runs natively on the processor, i.e. it is very fast. Unlike most mac emulators, MOL can run MacOS 8.6 and later without a ROM image.|
|SheepShaver||SheepShaver is a PowerPC emulator written by Christian Bauer. It can be run in native mode (for PowerPC host computers) and in emulation mode.|
Apple - Macintosh Emulators on Other PlatformsWindows (12)
-- Nintendo DS (1)
-- Playstation Portable (1)
iOS (iPhone/iPod Touch) (1)