Makaron is primarily a Sega Dreamcast emulator, yet the program has also been designed as a NAOMI emulator – ideal for arcade games. Developed and maintained by dknute, the emulator has never come out in a proper official version. In fact, the last version was referred to as Test 12/5. It came out in the summer of 2010, so it is more than a decade since the emulator has been updated – obviously, it has been abandoned. The developer landed a different project for Dreamcast and this is what killed Makaron.
The last version of Makaron can still be found over the Internet. It is available for free and it comes with a straightforward interface. It is easy to use and perfectly replicates old fashioned games, but with a few improvements – mostly in speed and smoothness. Other than that, it is worth noting that Makaron was designed to run on Windows only.