Last Updated on: 2nd January 2024, 12:34 pm

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Category: Machine Emulators
Platform: Linux, OS X
License: GNU GPL
Interface: CLI
First release: February 26, 1996

Nc100em – an Amstrad NC100 emulator. It also has NC200 support, but this is less complete. It supports both the ROM software and a free CP/M-like replacement OS `ZCN’.

nc100em 1.2 – a family of Amstrad NC100/NC200 emulators:
– gnc100em – (for X) a GTK+-based version (the best, IMHO :-))
– snc100em – an svgalib version
– tnc100em – a tty-based version (only runs ZCN)
– xnc100em – (for X) an Xlib-based version (NC100 only)

Nc100em emulates an Amstrad NC100, NC150 or NC200 notepad. The emulator was originally created by Russel Marks for Linux, but has been discontinued for some time.

It has been slightly revised the emulator’s source code so that it is usable on the Mac and uses SDL for graphics output and keyboard input. Also added sound output and support for the NC150 model.

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