oric macos

Web site: www.bannister.org/software/oric.htm Category: Machine Emulators Platform: MacOS License: unknown Interface: GUI Wikipedia: First release: 2001 Oric/MacOS – an Oric emulator for the Macintosh. Oric/MacOS emulates an Oric 1 and an Oric Atmos. It supports full sound and almost perfect compatibility with a real Oric. It includes ROM files for 6 languages as well as … Read more



Web site: tuxarcade.sourceforge.net Category: Emulators Platform: Linux, BSD License: GNU GPL Interface: GUI Wikipedia: First release: 2003 TuxArcade – a multi-emulator frontend. It’s designed for arcade cabinets, so it doesn’t need a keyboard and a mouse, but is completely configurable via joystick. Main features are: – designed for arcade cabinet, so no need keyboard/mouse, it’s … Read more



Web site: problemkaputt.de/zx.htm Category: Machine Emulators Platform: Windows, MS DOS License: Freeware Interface: GUI Wikipedia: First release: April 24, 2001 no$zx – a free ZX Spectrum computer emulator prepared for the Windows platform. In addition to faithful ZX80/ZX81 emulation, the program also allows you to operate machines such as Lambda or Jupiter ACE. The program … Read more



Web site: www.beyondttl.com/ttlxmame.php (not active) Category: Emulators Platform: Linux License: free for non-commercial use Interface: GUI Wikipedia: First release: July 28, 2007 TTLxMAME – a simple front end for SDLmame, previously targeted for Xmame but Xmame seems to be dead. The main feature of TTLxMAME is the ability to quickly hide or display any of … Read more



Web site: github.com/fruit-bat/pico-zxspectrum Category: Machine Emulators Platform: Linux License: unknown (open-source) Interface: GUI Wikipedia: First release: 2021 Pico-zxspectrum – a 48k/128k ZX Spectrum emulator for Raspberry Pico Pi RP2040. The ZX Spectrum is an 8-bit home computer that was developed by Sinclair Research. It was released in the United Kingdom on 23 April 1982, and … Read more