Last Updated on: 6th January 2024, 12:11 pm

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Category: Machine Emulators
Platform: BeOS, Linux, Windows, RISC OS, AmigaOS, DOS, OS X, Solaris, OS/2
License: GNU GPL
Interface: GUI
Wikipedia: VICE
First release: 1993

VICE (Versatile Commodore Emulator) – an emulator for the Commodore 8-bit computer range.

The Windows port of VICE is called WinVICE and emulates the C64, the C128, the VIC20, all PET models (except the SuperPET 9000), the PLUS4 and the CBM-II (aka C610). Every system can be accessed by an executable file (e.g. x64.exe for the C64).

With the history function it is possible to record and replay the emulated action. Even when recording several hours the resulting files won’t exceed a couple of megabytes and thus can be easily emailed etc. Furthermore when replaying one can abort playback and take on the action himself at any time.

The development of VICE began in 1993 by a Finnish programmer Jarkko Sonninen.

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