Game Music Emu
The Game Music Emu library is a collection of music emulators allowing playback of music files from a number of vintage consoles and computer systems. The inclusion of GME in ZDoom allows to support these music formats transparently. GME was developed by Shay Green (Blargg) from 2003 to 2006. Its original source code repository, on Google Code, has disappeared, but forks remain on Bitbucket and GitHub, which are now infrequently updated.
|AY||ZX Spectrum/Amstrad CPC|
|GBS||Nintendo Game Boy|
|GYM||Sega Genesis/Mega Drive|
|HES||NEC TurboGrafx-16/PC Engine|
|KSS||MSX Home Computer/other Z80 systems (no FM sound)|
|NSF/NSFE||Nintendo NES/Famicom (with VRC 6, Namco 106, and FME-7 sound)|
|SAP||Atari systems using POKEY sound chip|
|SPC||Super Nintendo/Super Famicom|
|VGM/VGZ||Sega Master System/Mark III, Sega Genesis/Mega Drive,BBC Micro|
A security issue was discovered and patched in December 2016.