SEGA SG-1000 / SEGA SC-3000SEGA SG-1000 Emulators and SEGA SC-3000 Emulators
About the SEGA SG-1000 / SEGA SC-3000
The SG-1000 or Sega Game 1000 is a cartridge based video game console manufactured by Sega.
This console marked Sega’s very first entry into the home hardware video game market and was released in 1983. The console cost 15,000 Japenese Yen to buy and was released in several different markets including Japan & Australia.
Due to the competition at the time the SG-1000 was released into the markets it was not very successful. Issues such as a poor controller, lack of support for the A/V output, however lessons were learnt and help in the development of the master system.
There was a total of 68 standard cartridge releases and 29 Sega cartridge releases with a total of 97.
There were several peripherals for the SG-1000 such as keyboards, different controllers, a racing wheel and a few more different peripherals.
SG-1000 Emulators / SC-3000 Emulators
KEGA Fusion – KEGA Fusion is the best emulator for the SG-1000, with a focus on accuracy it can ensure that it will be able to play almost every game you throw at it with the advantage of being somewhat fast as well!
CrabEmu – CrabEmu is a highly compatible and fast emulator for the Mac OS X, Linux and Dreamcast. It is one of the few emulators for the SG-100, and is also included as a core in the OpenEmu project for Mac OS X.
SG-1000 / SC-3000 Specifications
- Processor: NEC 780C (Zilog Z80 clone)
- Processor Speed: 3.58 MHz (NTSC), 3.55 MHz (PAL)
- Main RAM: 16 kbit (2 kB)
- Processor: Texas Instruments TMS9928A
- VRAM: 128 kbit (16 kB)
- Resolution: 256 x 192 pixels
- Maximum Sprites: 32
- Maximum Colors: 16
- Processor: Texas Instruments SN76489
- Channels: 4 (mono sound)
- Sound generators: 3
- Octaves per sound generator: 4
- White noise generator: 1