Arcade game emulator for Linux / FreeBSD / UNIX

This page contains emulators that run multiple arcade games and arcade hardware systems for Linux/Unix/FreeBSD, and so on. The popular choice of emulator in this game is generally SDLMAME. SDLMAME is a Simple DirectMedia Layer (SDL) port of MAME. It is very easy to compile, and contains all the features, games, etc of the regular Windows version of MAME. SDLMAME can also be easily compiled to run on Intel Macintoshes as well.

Emulator Description
SDLMAME The grandaddy of them all. SDLMAME emulates over 6000 different arcade games!
Daphne Daphne lets you play Dragon's Lair and other laserdisc arcade games, just like you remember them from the arcade!
Raine Raine emulates some M68000 and M68020 arcade games and is mainly focused on Taito and Jaleco games hardware. Raine can emulate many nice games now, including new additions from Cave and other companies. Sound was improved thanks to the work of Hiromitsu Shioya.
Zinc ZiNc is an emulator for arcade video games based on Sony PlayStation hardware. This includes systems from Capcom, Taito, Konami, Tecmo, and Namco, among others.
Final Burn FinalBurn is a CPS1/CPS2/System16 emulator for Win32 written by someone. The main advantage of this emulator over others is it's speed.
System 16 System16 is an emulator of the sega system16 arcade machines. Through this emulator, and the original roms you can play those good old games again. Archive contains contains both glibc & libc5 bins.