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    ZX Spectrum Jim Blimey releases ZX Spectrum themed virtual keyboard for Windows

    https://jimblimey.itch.io/zx-virtual-keyboard
  2. News Emulator ZEsarUK to add MSX support

    It looks like the emulator ZEsarUX is to add support for the MSX system, as can be seen by the Youtube video below: The emulator by Cesar Hernandez Bano, currently supports Sinclair and ‘sinclair aligned machines’ such as Amstrad CPC Jupiter Ace and Sam Coupé. ZEsarUX runs on multiple...
  3. Interview “When watchmakers made computers” – an interview with Kevin Palser on his iOS zx81 emulator

    Did you know you can play some ZX81 games on your iPhone? We speak to Kevin Palser about his ZX81 emulator for iOS devices. We assumed that Palser grew up with a ZX81, hence writing the emulator, but that wasn’t the case at all! “I never owned a ZX81 whilst growing up” says Palser. “The...
  4. Retropie Tutorial Adding Commodore Plus/4 emulators, YAPE and VICE, to RetroPie

    One day, my dad decided we were going to get a new computer. At this point we had a Commodore VIC-20, but it was getting a bit long in the tooth, and for some reason half the games weren’t working any more. So off we go to the shops. Would we be getting a Commodore 64 or ZX Spectrum like my...
  5. News Open EMU adds new CRT and Gameboy Shaders – we test them out

    Popular Mac OS emulator system, Open Emu, has added a bunch of CRT shaders, which can be downloaded now. Open Emu is an multi-platform emulator for Mac OS and more information can be found out about it here. Below is a sample of how the new filters look: CRT Standard view, no filter: CRT...
  6. News Channel F emulator created for Pico-8 Fantasy console

    A Pico-8 coder named ‘thisismypassword’ has managed to create a Channel F emulator in Pico-8. It required the Channel F BIOS files, and Cart ROMs of the games you wish to play, but it does come pre-installed with e5frog’s excellent homebrew version of Pac-Man. A Channel F Emulator running on...
  7. News Newgrounds creating open source Flash emulator

    Newgrounds are developing an open-source, browser-based Flash emulator called Ruffle, which will enable people to play old-Flash games and view content created with the tool. Tom Fulp, founder of Newsgrounds says: Flash was created by FutureWave, and originally known as FutureSplash Animator...
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