Genesis-Plus emulates the classic Sega Genesis/Megadrive, Sega/MegaCD, MasterSystem and GameGear game consoles using MorphOS. Sega developed and manufactured numerous home video game consoles from 1983 to 2001, but after financial losses incurred from its Dreamcast console, the company restructured to focus on providing software as a third-party developer. Sega remains the world’s most prolific arcade producer, with over 500 games in over 70 franchises on more than 20 different arcade system boards since 1981.
More news: Generation Amiga magazine Crispy Doom released for MorphOS Pushover ported to MorphOS 3.9 Playable demo released of Reshoot R Official Sega Mega Drive Mini announced ACE 1.1 released for MorphOS: Amstrad CPC/CPC+ emulator Xvidcore released for AmigaOS4.X Review: Command & Conquer: Tiberian Dawn for AmigaOS 4.x New enhanced release of Sonic Robo Blast 2 for AmigaOS 4.x MorphOS 3.10 For AmigaOne and Mac PowerPC in ongoing development Quake 3 port in progress for Classic Amiga Possibility of new ARM based AmigaOS clone Review: Little Divil, An incredible looking game for AmigaCD32 Epic Skidmarks almost finished, Amiga port in development Amiga Classic Toki is getting a remake for the Nintendo Switch 25 Years ago Commodore released the Amiga 4000/30 Video: MorphOS 3.10, Amiga compatible OS on PPC Mac HstWB v1.2.0 Released: easily build Amiga HDF or directory images WinUAE v4.0.0 Released: the best Amiga emulator for Windows just got better Roadkill 2049: A new upcoming action game for Amiga Linux kernel 4.17/8 for 64bit AmigaOne computers released Amiberry 2.19 Released: optimized Amiga emulator for the Raspberry Pi NetFS 1.1 Released: Network File System for AmigaOS and MorphOS Vote for your most favorite Amiga game, demo, intro, artist Amiga 2000s used for development of M1A2 Abrams tanks Amilator 4.15.1 Released: start any AmigaOS from a USB stick A4000+ Alice: Another new Amiga 4000 motherboard Horizontal S.E.U Collection released for AmigaCD32 Video: How to Install MorphOS on AmigaOne X5000 What’s the difference in programming on the Amiga VS the Atari ST? New HP printer driver released for AmigaOS4.x AmigaOne X5000 ‘First encounter’ bundle now available with discount Linux kernel 4.17/5 for 64bit AmigaOne computers released Commodore Amiga 3000 Powerd DDR train simulator Review: Jumping Jackson, original and addictive game Review: Qwak, Amazing and fun platformer Review: Jaguar XJ220, Arcade racing fun Review: Blood Money, Killing for cash on four alien worlds Review: Lost Patrol, A blend of tactics & arcade action Review: Overdrive, Great arcade racing fun Review: Narco Police, Fun and original shoot ’em up Review: Disposable Hero, get your trigger finger oiled Review: Guardian, an unusual game but very addictive Review: The Chaos Engine 2, brilliant single or multiplayer game Review: Hill Street Blues, a complex and highly enjoyable game Review: Flashback, excellent arcade adventure game Review: Big Red Adventure, Steal the Russian crown jewels Review: Gloom, A magnificent Doom clone for Amiga Review: Banshee, Guns and death like never before Review: Ruff ‘N’ Tumble, One of the best platformers ever released for Amiga Review: Walker, one of the best shoot ’em ups we’ve seen on the Commodore Amiga Review: SWIV, contains some of the most frantic action ever seen Review: Cannon Fodder 2, war has never been so much fun The Commodore Amiga, technology that changed gaming forever Review: Lionheart, one of the best action games on the Amiga 500