Last Updated on: 26th April 2022, 02:51 pm
Web site: fms.komkon.org/Speccy/
Platform: Android, Linux, DOS, Windows, Maemo
License: unknown (source code available)
First release: unknown
Speccy – a portable Sinclair ZX Spectrum and Sam Coupe Emulator.
Speccy emulates 16kB, 48kB, and 128kB versions of Sinclair ZX Spectrum, as well as Spectrum +2, +2A, and +3, as well as Timex Sinclair models. Although I had done some ZX-related work in the past and even maintained comp.sys.sinclair FAQ at some point, for many years I abstained from writing a Sinclair ZX Spectrum emulator. It was mostly due to the fact that there are so many other Spectrum emulators around, so writing another one seemed redundant.
Speccy supports all types of ZX Spectrum joysticks and the Kempston mouse. The AMX mouse support is not yet complete. Both ZX printer and the Timex (aka Alphacom 32) printer are supported and will print to a file using ASCII “graphics”. AY8910 PSG chip is obviously supported, in both 128k and Fuller modes. Only BetaDisk/TR-DOS disk interface is currently supported, although other disk, wafer, or microdrive devices appear on the menu.