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First post, by TimWolf

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Looking for an old TG16 emulator that ran in Dos and had dripping blood on the menu. Any ideas?

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Reply 1 of 8, by Zup

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The only emulators with blood in menu were Nesticle and Genecyst (NES y Genesis/Megadrive). The blood was the "trademark" of bloodlust. Are you sure that you saw a TG16 emulator with blood?

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Reply 2 of 8, by keropi

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Bloodlust sure did make nice stuff back then - even their games were nice ( but you had to have a specific type of humor 😀 ) their emulators were really ground breaking back then.
Genecyst had the bloody menu, Nesticle and Callus were boring blue and green respectively IIRC

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Reply 3 of 8, by TimWolf

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Thanks guys, guess I was wrong. Must have been Genesis. In the 90s I played both frequently. Always thought that was TG16. Is there a good resource for DOS based emulators? Looking around google I didn't have much luck, just modern stuff.

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Reply 4 of 8, by CrossBow777

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Only old emulator for TG-16 and PCE stuff I remember that I think ran in DOS as well as windows was Magic Engine. It wasn't free even back then though. Not sure if you can find it now. But I remember it being very good and even had the ability to play SuperCD games as well for the TG-16/PCE. It used the Anime girl in a bunny suit as the mascot for the emulator.

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Reply 5 of 8, by keropi

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MagicEngine is still alive and can be bought here: http://magicengine.com
I registered it ages ago with cash in an envelope, must have been ~2000 or so 😁

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Reply 7 of 8, by kixs

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keropi wrote:

MagicEngine is still alive and can be bought here: http://magicengine.com
I registered it ages ago with cash in an envelope, must have been ~2000 or so 😁

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Reply 8 of 8, by Neco

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I was pretty sure I played around with 1 or 2 TurboGrafX emulators in DOS when I was younger. Hu-Go! has a DOS version but it 15 years old now
tip: to help expand your searches, try using terms like PCE or PC-Engine, etc.
http://www.zeograd.com/hugo_download.php