KiGB
KiGB
2.0.7

3.7

KiGB free download for Mac

KiGB2.0.7

19 May 2020

Gameboy emulator.

Overview

KiGB sets new standards for emulator compatibility, with every single released GB and GBC title having been tested as perfectly compatible as of the latest release.

Features
  • Optional Super Gameboy emulation.
  • Motion sensor support (Kirby Tilt & Tumble).
  • Game Genie and Game Shark support.

This software can be used with Emulator Enhancer, a shareware add-on that includes:

  • Support for USB joysticks and gamepads.
  • Support for full screen mode.
  • Support for audio effects.
  • Support for opening recent games quickly.
  • Much much more.
Download Emulator Enhancer v3.1.0

What's new in KiGB

Version 2.0.7:

Note: Now requires OS X 10.11 or later

  • Updated to shell version 3.1

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How would you rate KiGB app?

14 Reviews of KiGB

5
Alexander1994
24 March 2012
Version: 2.0.5

Most helpful

I would pay to have an emulator like this one :)
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Alexander1994
24 March 2012
Version: 2.0.5
I would pay to have an emulator like this one :)
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Achillesone
22 October 2010
Version: 2.0.5
I love the emulator and I have almost no compatibility issues. However, I'm trying to test out the emulator enhancer, which I'm willing to register for if it actually works, but for some reason, KiGB doesn't seem to recognize it. I followed the directions properly (I put the folder in the Application Support folder). I checked the About box on KiGB and it doesn't say "KiGB (with Emulator Enhancer)" as the instructions for emulator enhancer said it would. I'm running OSX 10.4 with version 2.05 of KiGB and version 2.4.0 of Emulator Enhancer. Does anyone know how to fix my problem?
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ljevrefhk
31 May 2009
Version: 2.0.5
um.. i really dont know how to use one of these so could someone plz tell me how?
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Mooolee
15 November 2006
Version: 2.0.3
How can I get games for this emulator? I don't know... hmmmmm.... Can somebody help me?
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5
Verycarla
17 September 2006
Version: 2.0.3
So let's see...you've got a mature and stable emulation core with a high degree of compatibility. The only thing missing is the price tag. Richard, if you're listening (and I know you have a Real Life and a Real Job, so you probably aren't BUT) I'd pay for software of this quality.
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Thecause
18 April 2006
Version: 2.0.2
I asked the author why I had to continually update their software and if they could do a software update program for their software to make the lives of their users much easier instead of having to download a new copy almost monthly, unstuff it and replace the old version. It gets even more complex with the Emulator Enhancer add on which also needs regular updates. This is the reply that I recieved when I voiced these concerns: "I see no need for automatic updating, as such a feature provides a whole lot of dead traffic to my web site - which has to be paid for - and is a relatively minor issue as anyone who looks at my web page can quickly see what the latest versions are." -Richard Bannister March 13, 2006 So all we, the users, are to the author is traffic. This concept of visiting a website would be a decent idea in the ideal world but must be a complete headache for the modem users, the people that lack a constant internet connection and the people who actually want to play these emulators. If the author desires so much traffic then maybe he can do so by providing some content on the webpage such as more information/help files/forums on the products he offers instead of forced updates. I want to run an application that works, not a car that needs tuneups, upgrades add ons and trips to get serviced.
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Anonymous
17 October 2005
Version: 2.0.1
This emulator is awesome. I use it mainly for the Pokemon games, and some Kirby and Wario games as well. Download it, you won't regret it! If you need commercial ROMs for this emulator, you can get them with Limewire, a free program that lets you download files
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Anonymous
13 September 2004
Version: 1.6.9
why do i just get error everytime i try to load a game?
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Anonymous
16 August 2004
Version: 1.6.6
If your looking for a speed-up button try configuring the keyboard, I am almost positive it's there but it may not be. As for the speed sets if they are not already there, try to download Emulator Enhancer, which adds many features that one should not go without.
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4.75
Anonymous
01 March 2004
Version: 1.5.6
Works great. Handles any GameBoy or GameBoy Color game I could throw at it, and they all worked quite well. The only thing I wish is that the speed up funtion (that is, when you press a key to speed it up while you hold down the key) could go faster, or have an optional speed set..or is this based on processor speed or something?
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5
The Rock
27 May 2003
Version: 1.4
This is a great program, I can now play GB games on my Mac
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4.75
Anonymous
26 May 2003
Version: 1.4
Haven't seen (nor tested) a thing like this before ... but it looks like lots of fun ... and brings back the good feeling of the original GameBoy experience. I love that.
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Ian Lueck
13 May 2003
Version: 1.3.1
I stand corrected- there is now a code menu, and Super Gameboy support! Wow!
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4.5
Ian Lueck
26 February 2003
Version: 1.23
KIGB is the best GameBoy emulator for Mac OS X . It's better than Boycott because it has a higher compatibility (it can actually play Super Mario Land 2!), and it's better than Gnuboy because it has more features and is faster starting up. The only flaw? No code menu, like they had in Boycott. Still, nice job, Richard Bannister.
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