Emul8D (Pravetz 8D) – an emulator created by Peter Gordon, written in C and using SDL. It has since been integrated into Oricutron.
Pravetz (Правец in original Cyrillic, series 8 and series 16) were Bulgarian computers, manufactured mainly in the town of Pravetz in 1979. Some components and software were produced in Stara Zagora, Plovdiv and other Bulgarian cities.
The first Bulgarian microcomputer, IMKO-1, was a prototype of the Pravetz computers which was developed by Ivan Vassilev Marangozov, who has often been accused of an entire cloning of the Apple II. Some early models were produced at ITKR (Institute of Technical Cybernetics and Robotics), a section of the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences. Industrial production in Pravetz began soon after.