Posts Tagged ‘SEGA Master System’

Now you can play SEGA CD games from a FPGA cartridge with Terraonion’s MEGA SD

What everyone was waiting for finally is here. An excellent solution for people that want to enjoy SEGA CD on real SEGA Genesis / Mega Drive consoles, without the need of the clunky and defective-prone SEGA CD unit from SEGA.

Terraonion just announced their MEGA SD FPGA cartridge, that allows for you to do just that. Slip a few SEGA CD ISOs inside the MEGA SD cartridge via a microSD card, and put the MEGA SD on your SEGA Genesis and you are ready to go!

New MasterGear v4.2 Released!

A New MasterGear 4.2 for Windows and Linux was released today, and this version fixes several bugs in the replay feature and adds remaining replay time display.

MasterGear (MG) is a program that emulates 8bit SEGA videogames on your computer. It runs games made for SEGA MasterSystem (Mark3 in Japan) and GameGear, as well as their predecessors: SG1000, SC3000, SF7000, and Mark2. MG will also help hobbyists who still write software for these systems to debug their works without using rare and costly development hardware.

You can download it from the link below:

| Download MasterGear v5.8 |