Alternatives to D-Fend Reloaded for all platforms with any license




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  • ScummVM icon


    ScummVM is a multi-platform interpreter that runs games using the SCUMM engine made by LucasArts which allows you to run classic graphical point-and-click adventure...

    Open Source Mac Windows Linux Windows Mobile Android ... iPhone S60 BSD Haiku AmigaOS MorphOS

  • Boxer icon


    Boxer plays all the MS-DOS games of your misspent youth, right here on your Mac. There’s no clots of configuration and baffling DOS commands between you and your fun:...

    Open Source Mac

  • RetroX icon


    RetroX is an Android application that will help you organize and play your own Retro Games with the less possible effort. Put your collection in your device and RetroX...

    Freemium Android

  • HyperSpin icon


    HyperSpin is an animated arcade frontend for Windows for use on Home Arcade Machines. HyperSpin allows you to create custom menu systems to run most executables with...

    Free Windows

  • DBGL icon


    DBGL is a Java frontend for DOSBox, based largely upon the proven interface of D-Fend. DBGL serves as a frontend / Graphical User Interface to DOSBox (configuration)....

    Open Source Mac Windows Linux

  • D-Box icon


    D-Box is an easy to use front-end for DOSBox which enables you to run old MS-DOS games and other applications on a modern computer.

    Open Source Mac Windows Linux AmigaOS

  • jDosbox icon


    This is an x86 emulator written in pure Java based on the Dosbox project. It currently supports running Dosbox's built in DOS and well as booting into Windows...

    Open Source Mac Windows Linux

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A life saver

about D-Fend Reloaded · ·

I've been using D-Fend Reloaded for years now as my game launcher. It is by far the best DOSBox front-end I've found and it's configurable as a front-end for all other systems, emulated or not. Everything goes into D-Fend Reloaded: DOS games, Windows, Steam, SCUMMVM, NES, Genesis, TurboGrafx, Atari, TRS-80, Magnavox, MESS, MAME, browser games, etc. It pulls information from Mobygames (and other sources now) and populates preview/screenshot folders and other miscellaneous data fields like publisher and release date. Then you can sort everything by genre, or emulation type, or mark favorites, search titles, and filter by other pieces of data if you've pulled them from Mobygames. Each game profile also comes with a spot to store your manuals, walkthroughs, and other documents. Setting up extra program files (i.e. cheats and map editors) for a game is also provided. This is a really feature-rich launcher and I'd be lost without it.