Last Updated on: 26th April 2022, 03:04 pm
Web site: fms.komkon.org/ColEm/
Platform: Android, Linux, Windows
License: unknown (open-source)
First release: unknown
ColEm – a portable emulator of the old ColecoVision video game console and Coleco Adam personal computer. It should run most ColecoVision games and supports Coleco’s SuperAction controllers with spin wheels. You can always get the latest ColEm binaries, source code, and support files from.
There are versions of ColEm for many platforms. Windows and Unix ports are available for free from the above website. MSDOS, Symbian, Maemo, and Meego ports have been discontinued due to the death of their respective platforms. The Android port can be downloaded from the Google Play.
ColEm is written in portable C and thus can be ported to any sufficiently fast computing platform. The current ColEm source code distribution includes portable core sources and platform-specific sources for Unix, Windows, and MSDOS.
Be aware that ColEm source code is freely distributable, but it is not public domain and it is not released under GPL. You can not use it for commercial purposes, distribute, or change it on your own, unless you contact me to arrange the conditions of such use and get my permission.