|System(s): Sega Master System, SG-1000, SC-3000, SF-7000, Sega Game Gear|
|OS: Windows, Linux, DOS|
|Developer: Omar "Bock" Cornut|
|Programmed in: Assembly, C|
|Last release date: 2010-05-30 (7 years ago)|
|Last version: 0.73|
MEKA is a Sega Master System, SG-1000, SC-3000, SF-7000, Sega Game Gear, ColecoVision, and Othello Multivision emulator for Windows, Linux and DOS. It was written by Omar "Bock" Cornut with several other contributors. MEKA includes a full-featured debugger with various hacking and auditing tools, allowing it to be used as a platform for programming or reverse engineering software on the supported systems.
On 3 April 2005 version 0.70 was released along with its source code. 0.73 is the latest official release on 30 May 2010, and there have been a number of WIP releases since which have added features such as 16- and 32-bit color support.
MEKA is named after the first dragon in the Master System game Wonder Boy III: The Dragon's Trap.