Jan 132011

Devilmarkus, who is also known for his utilities and the JavaCPC emulator, released a tiny version of his Java CPC emulator which binary size is only 128kb. It was submitted to Pouet.net, but it was rejected as not being a viable production (aehm, what about this?). Anyway, you can download it directly here and discuss it in the CPCWiki forums.


  • CRTC 0 / 1 emulation
  • Accurate AY emulation
  • Digiblaster and Amdrum emulation
  • Autotype
  • CDT/CSW Tape image supported (Read only!)
  • DSK Disk image supported (Read only!)
  • Can load SNA snapshots
  • 2 Display-sizes (Doubleclick into Display to change size)


May 112010

Devilmarkus programmed and released a new Java based frontend for the disk image transfer tool SAMDisk. With SAMDisk, which was originally designed for the SAM Coupe, you can transfer your .dsk, .mgt, .img and .hdf files to real media (e.g. floppy disk and harddisk).
You can download the tool here. To start the program you have to double click the “SamDisk.jar” file – if this doesn’t work, try “Open with…” and use Java. If you have questions about the program or you want to see some features in the future, have a look at the thread about the program in the CPCWiki forum.


Oct 312009

Devilmarkus released a new version of his Java Amstrad CPC emulator called JavaCPC. You can download it from CPC-Live.com in the download section.

Changes for version 6.7:

  • Improved CRTC 0 and CRTC 1 emulation, fully emulates Registers 6 and 8
  • New feature: JavaCPC Paint allows to paint normal sized screens, convert JPG, BMP, PNG and GIF on-the-fy into CPC format
  • Realtime clock (Just for fun, not a real emulated feature, demodisk is included)
  • Performance observer to avoid low performance / bad synchro
  • You can dump cpc-ram directly into HEX-Editor now (Read-only, but saveable to PC)
  • LZH uncompression possible for YM files
  • improvements for the YM player
  • Several minor bugfixes
  • Bugfix in Autotype to avoid shift-key ignores
  • Changed colour tables for Colour monitor (Linear / Non-linear)
Java CPC
Java CPC
Version: v6.7
2.5 MiB
Sep 032009

And another new version of JavaCPC, a CPC emulator written in Java, by Devilmarkus. As always, you can download it from CPC-Live.com in the download section.

Changes from ver. 6.5 to 6.6.4:

  • Debugger improvements (Breakpoints, Break Instructions)
  • Tape polarity changeable (Needed for some strange tapes)
  • New displaying method allows DoubleBuffered in actual JAVA-update
  • A virtual floppy drive as anchor window, moveable with mouse and zoomable (Double click with left/right mousebutton into the drive)
  • Simple GIF-Recorder (Not perfect, but funny)
  • New screenshot routine (Allows to catch also the filter/monitor mask)
  • New greenscreen emulation
  • Improved display filter (needs high performance PC’s)
  • JavaCPC’s window position is stored now on exit
  • Added Prodatron’s Digitracker tools as internal applications (MOD converter and Player generator)
  • CRTC improvements allow the demo “From Scratch” to be viewed fully
  • Small bugfix in FDC emulation (allows to watch raster images from ConvImgCPC without read error)
Jul 192009

Devilmarkus just released a new version of his Java CPC emulator called JavaCPC. As always, you can download it from CPC-Live.com in the download section.

Changes from ver. 6.4 to 6.5:

  • New feature: Record audio (You can save JavaCPC’s soundchip output as WAV file now, 44khz, 8 bit, stereo)
  • CSW file support
  • Completely overhauled AY emulation with logarithmic volume output (You can choose between 3 different volume-tables) and with better noise output
  • New features for Windows users: You can create CDT or convert WAV to CDT now using JavaCPC’s GUI’s for 2CDT / SAMP2CDT (Thanks to Kevin Thacker who gave me permission to use his apps)
  • Improved CRTC emulation

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