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Title: MorphGear  
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Subject: Video game platform emulators, Sega Master System emulators, TurboGrafx-16 emulators, Sega Mega Drive/Sega Genesis emulators, Nintendo Entertainment System emulators
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Developer(s) Spicy Pixel
Stable release / May 17, 2009 (2009-05-17)
Development status Discontinued
Platform Windows, Windows Mobile
Type Emulator
License GPLv3, LGPLv3

MorphGear (formerly PocketGB) is an open source modular game system by Spicy Pixel, Inc. for Windows CE-based devices like Pocket PCs. Native games or emulators can be plugged into MorphGear. These plugins are known as MorphModules.


  • History 1
  • Modules 2
    • Commercial modules 2.1
    • Non-commercial modules 2.2
  • See also 3
  • References 4
  • External links 5


The MorphGear project was conceived by Aaron Oneal who ported the four emulators iNES, Virtual GameBoy, Virtual GameBoy Advance, and MasterGear written by Marat Fayzullin to the PocketPC platform. The resulting product became MorphGear. Later, Aaron Oneal turned it into a common framework where other emulators can be plugged in as "MorphModules".


Current modules are able to emulate Game Boy, SNES, NES, Game Gear, Sega Genesis, Master System, TurboGrafx-16. MorphGear as such is free of charge for private use.

Commercial modules

  • Virtual GameBoy
  • Virtual GameBoy Advance
  • iNES
  • MasterGear

Non-commercial modules

  • SNES9x
  • HuGo
  • Generator

See also


External links

  • MorphGear website
  • Marat Fayzullin's MorphGear website

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