One thing that you can be sure of whenever you purchase a GP32 is that you willnever run out of things to play. Sure, there are barely two dozen commercial games available for the platform (all of which are listed in the ‘Commercial Games’ section ;-), but beyond that there is a wealth of high quality emulators (for systems like Genesis, MAME, and more..), a very refreshing homebrew scene, ports of classic titles, and multimedia players/viewers of all kinds.

Commercial Games
Here you’ll find a list of every (as far as I know..) commercial game released for the GP32 throughout its entire lifespan. Additionally, there are screenshots and links to reviews to give you a closer look at what the game is like.

Gamepark billed its GP32 as a game console that also had media functions. In the two new consoles, these multimedia capabilities have been taken to a much higher level, but don’t count the GP32 out. It has plenty of software to fit your needs… for the most part. 😉

Let’s not kid outselves; this is the section you were looking for. The GP32 has many fullspeed (or very near) emulators available for it. These emulators add thousands of titles to the GP32’s software library. Within this section you will find a list of the best emulators available and other helpful information. But sorry, no ROMs. 😉

The GP32’s library of homebrew games and applications has become very extensive and surprisingly professional. In fact, quite a few of them are far better than any of the GP32’s own commercial offerings. In this section you can read about some of the better homebrew this little white console has to offer. Note: this section also includes information about the games that have been ported to the GP32, such as DOOM, Quake, and SCUMMvm (actually an interpreter.. just enter to learn more).