Dec 052009
 

After more than a year there is a new version of CPCEmu, one of the oldest CPC emulators, available. In the new version v1.7 the keyboard support was improved. Currently only the Windows version is available for download, but the Linux version will follow soon.

You can download the new version from the CPCEmu homepage or directly here (attached to this article or in the download section).

[UPDATE: The Linux version is now available.]

CPCEmu (Linux x86)
CPCEmu (Linux x86)
cpcemu-linux-x86-1.7.tar.gz
Version: 1.7
615.6 KiB
877 Downloads
Details
CPCEmu (Windows)
CPCEmu (Windows)
cpcemu-win32-x86-1.7.exe
Version: 1.7
1.1 MiB
1420 Downloads
Details
Aug 162009
 

Roland, the CPC emulator, has a new homepage. You can now find it on http://www.rolandemu.de (for the english version, click on the flag on the upper right).

Roland is a rewrite of the Caprice emulator written by Fred Klaus. It is open source and available for Linux and Windows. A lot of additional code was added with C++ classes.

Jul 152009
 

Lachlan Keown released a new version of his sprite editor for Windows. With AMSprite you can paint your graphics / sprites on a Windows PC and use them for your CPC productions, so it is perfect for cross-development. You can donwload it from the CPC Wiki article.

Changes with version 1.3:

  • Added support for Hardware Sprites (CPC Plus)

May 272009
 

Lachlan Keown released a new version of his sprite editor for Windows. With AMSprite you can paint your graphics / sprites on a Windows PC and use them for your CPC productions, so it is perfect for cross-development. You can donwload it from the CPC Wiki article.

Changes with version 1.2:

  • Functional (just) tracker and SFX tracker.
  • Core functionality now fully working under MONO runtime.

Apr 112009
 

Roland is a rewrite of the Caprice emulator written by Fred Klaus. It is open source and available for Linux and Windows. A lot of additional code was added with C++ classes. You can download it from the homepage of Fred Klaus (german). You can also find the sourcecode on his page.

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