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Video game console emulator

System(s): Sega Saturn
OS: Windows
Developer: Shinya "MegaDeath" Miyamoto
Last release date: (21 years ago)
Last version: Debugger 0.6a

GiriGiri is a Sega Saturn emulator for Windows, developed by Japanese programmer Shinya "MegaDeath" Miyamoto. Initially a freeware program that worked only with the Japanese version of Windows 98, the developer released "debugger" beta versions up until 0.6a in early 2001. Debugger version 0.9 and the full GiriGiri Saturn emulator were announced,[2] but never released. Instead, Sega hired the developer behind the project and bought the software to run downloadable Sega Saturn titles on the online Cyber Disc/B-Club service. The service was short-lived, closing in March 2004.[3]

The emulator was later hacked by Gavionne to improve compatibility, and released as GiriGiri Gav. Another version (0.7.7 beta) was released by MiC with a new loader program.


Download.svg Download GiriGiri
File: GGD 20010316.7z (381 kB) (info)
Current version: Debugger 0.6a (20010316)

Old versions

Hacked versions

External links


  1. (Wayback Machine: 2002-06-02 21:56)
  2. (Wayback Machine: 2002-06-02 14:06)
  3. (Wayback Machine: 2004-03-26 08:43)