Gamecube Emulator for Mac OSX

There is a Gamecube emulator for Mac OSX out there with low compatibility and no homepage. Little is known about this emulator and as I have no Gamecube roms or discs, I can’t try this out myself. From what I could find, or9 and Hotquik are the authors of Dolwin, not Gcube. Dolwin is an Gamecube emulator for Windows. Monk is the true author of this emulator and will not be continuing any work on it. The source code is available for download and I will post that as well. I can’t find any other information or the true author of Gcube. Not to mention the fact that Gcube is a scooter compared to the Hayabusa that is the Dolphin emulator. I wish someone would port the Dolphin to the Mac but, for now we have Gcube. Find this Gamecube emulator for Mac OSX and the source code in the Box File Widget.

About Mac Emulators
I am an Old School gamer with roots in emulation and gaming. I love video games, but mostly I love the old ones from our past. Emulation is a way to experience all these old games on your personal computer.

2 Responses to Gamecube Emulator for Mac OSX

  1. retro says:

    So what games does it run?

    • Mac Emulators says:

      There isn’t a compatibility list and I haven’t tried to run anything on it. I don’t own a GameCube console so therefore I don’t have any roms for it. I am a firm believer in emulation of the games and consoles you own however, for testing purposes I will attempt to get my hands on a few roms. I will blog about it when I have some results.

      Cheers. And thank you for your comment.

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