CPCEC

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Web site: cngsoft.no-ip.org/cpcec.htm Category: Machine Emulators Platform: Windows License: GNU GPL Interface: CLI Wikipedia: First release: 2019 CPCEC – an emulator of the family of home microcomputers Amstrad CPC (models 464, 664, 6128, Plus and GX4000) whose goal is to be loyal to the original hardware and efficient in standard modern systems. Thus it brings … Read more

BeebIt

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Web site: www.filebase.org.uk Category: Machine Emulators Platform: RISC OS License: GNU GPL Interface: CLI Wikipedia: First release: January 15, 1999 BeebIt – a BBC Micro Computer Emulator for RISC OS. BeebIt attempts to emulate the behaviour of a British Broadcasting Corporation Model B, B+ and Master 128 Micro Computers. The BBC Micro was manufactured by … Read more

Ethereal

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Web site: chess.grantnet.us/Ethereal/ Category: Games Sub-Category: Board Platform: Linux, Windows License: GNU GPL Interface: CLI Wikipedia: First release: 2016 Ethereal – a UCI-compliant chess engine operating under the alpha-beta framework, paired with a Neural Network for positional evaluations. Ethereal is inspired by a number of open source projects and aims to serve as both a … Read more

65HOST

acorn

Web site: Category: Machine Emulators Platform: RISC OS License: unknown Interface: CLI Wikipedia: First release: 1992 (?) 65HOST – the Acorn’s BBC emulator. It was originally given away with the Acorn Axxxx series computers and called “Archimedes”. Although later models dropped this name, it is still copyrighted (and currently owned by Pace Microtechnology Limited), so … Read more

Emul8D

dos8d

Web site: Category: Machine Emulators Platform: Linux, Windows License: unknown Interface: CLI Wikipedia: First release: unknown 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 … Read more