Another emulator for the “Game Boy” series is here: the KiGB. It is the first emulator of the Game Boy series which support many different platforms like Windows – Linux – MS-DOS and even Mac. The developer team is so confident that their product is the most accurate, free, stable Game Boy Emulator ever.
KiGB has one outstanding point in comparison with other Game Boy Emulators: players can play 2-players games over a TCP/IP network while the others can only allow them to play on the same PC.
Check out its main features below!
- Support Game Boy – Game Boy Color – Super Game Boy – Super Game Boy 2.
- No glitches, graphics errors in any games of the above-mentioned systems. Best compatibility and accuracy.
- Support Game Link Cable through a TCP/IP network.
- Support Memory Bank Controller 1 2 3 5 – HuC1 – HuC3 – Gameboy Camera – Multi Cards.
- Support four different digital sound channels.
- Set On or Off for the background graphics, windows or sprites.
- Support Battery.
- Support Real Time Clock.
- Support compressed files like Zip or RAR.
- Support different screen sizes: 1×1, 2×2, 3×3, Full Screen.
- Support Frame Skip.
- Support Joypad/Joystick.
- Support cheat codes from GameGenie or GameShark.
- Support Screen dump.
- Support Save States.
- Has the color of a real Game Boy Color.
- Support input playback.
- Compress save states and input files.
- Players can use save states – battery saves – input files across different platforms.
- Support default border image.
- Support 4 players (only in Super Game Boy).
- Support Game Boy Printer.
- Each game will has its own configuration.
- The output will be sound wave file.
- The palettes of Gameboy are customizable.
- The emulation speed can be adjusted: 25%, 50%, 100%, 200%, 400%.
- Many graphics filter: Super 2xSaI, Super Eagle, Scanline, Bilinear.
- The special effect Sprite Shadow is still experimental.
- The special properties of LCD named Mix Frame is available.
- Has the Generic Flashcart.
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