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Dioscuri - the modular emulator
Dioscuri is an x86 computer hardware emulator written in Java. It is designed by the digital preservation community to ensure documents and programs from the past can still be accessed in the future.
The Dioscuri emulator has two key features: it is durable and flexible. Because it is implemented in Java, it can be ported to any computer platform which
Bochs is a highly portable open source IA-32 (x86) PC emulator written in C++, that runs on most popular platforms. It includes emulation of the Intel x86 CPU, common I/O devices, and a custom BIOS. Bochs can be compiled to emulate many different x86 CPUs, from early 386 to the most recent x86-64 Intel and AMD processors which may even not reached the market yet.
Bochs is capable of running...
Aeon is an experimental x86 PC emulator built primarily for running DOS games. It runs entirely on the .NET runtime and simulates all of the hardware and operating system functions needed for running many 16 and 32-bit DOS applications.
If you are running Windows, have a multicore processor, and are interested in .NET development or emulation, you may find Aeon interesting or even useful. If you...
QEMU is a FAST! processor emulator using dynamic translation to achieve good emulation speed.
QEMU has two operating modes:
Full system emulation. In this mode, QEMU emulates a full system (for example a PC), including one or several processors and various peripherals. It can be used to launch different Operating Systems without rebooting the PC or to debug system code.
User mode emulation. In...
PC6001V is a Windows emulator to reproduce on the machine name of the PC-6001 series of yesteryear.
RuMSX was one of the first MSX emulations for the 32bit Windows platform. The main-problem is that no one of the existing emulators is really complete. To finish such a project with success it is necessary, that this emulator is FreeWare.
In meantime many other Windows based emulations have been arrived. Regardless the development of RuMSX continues and I attempt to complete it's set of its...
NLMSX is an MSX/MSX2/MSX2+/TurboR emulator that is based upon fMSX 2.0b made by Marat Fayzullin and is being developed by Frits Hilderink, a former member of MSX Computer Club Enschede in the Netherlands.
As of NLMSX v0.20 only the Z80 emulation part is used from the original fMSX 2.0b source.
MSXAdvance is a MSX1 emulator for the GBA. It was just a quick and dirty hack from Cologne.
MSX emulator is an MSX emulator for POSIX compatible (e.g. Linux) systems.
It currently only supports 'screen 0' (the 40/80x24 ascii screen), 'screen1' (the one you see at first when the MSX boots) and 'screen 2', memory mappers, msx-dos megarom and konami 5 megarom, printer, rudimentary audio and almost complete keyboard-emulation.
This emulator is merely a toy-project to test the z80ex ZiLOG...
PenkoDS is a MSX emulator for Nintendo DS. It is based on fMSX Marat Fayzullin.
emulation speed is currently 75% on average (roughly 30-40% faster than the port of fMSX nyagosu I have taken over the management of the keyboard and joystick ).
Among the features are:
blueMSX is a Windows based application that can emulate an MSX computer. The blueMSX application simulates behavior of the hardware components in the MSX computer with software. The result is an application that behaves like a real MSX in and enables you to run a great amount of software written for the MSX computer.
MSX is a computer platform used by a large public from the early eighties to...
Alice use today? It is very easy, even without actually owning one. How? Through emulation of course. And on this side of Alice fans are preferred, because they have DCAlice the emulator, designed by Daniel Coulom. The advantage is undoubtedly its simplicity DCAlice one file less than 100 KB, no installation required or tedious configurations.
DCAlice running Windows after downloading the zip...
JTCEMU is a Java emulator that the Dr. Helmut Hoyer in 1987 in the journal Youth + technology simulates published DIY computer. This youth and Engineering computer is also known under the names or spellings Ju + Te computer , Ju-Te computer , JTC , TINY and " COMP JU + TE R known ".
DCEXEL is an emulator for Windows computers Exelvision 8 bits.
Computers and peripherals emulated
The current version emulates the EXL100 the Exeltel the Exeltel VS, VX Exeltel the Amper, the Comtel the Exelmémoire 16K and 64K, the player-cassette recorder, the Exeldisk the Exelmouse, the serial printer box ExelDrums rhythms, including undocumented by Exelvision sounds.
EP128emu is a free, portable emulator of the Enterprise 64/128, ZX Spectrum 48/128, and Amstrad CPC 464/664/6128 computers, written by Istvan Varga, using Z80 emulation code from Kevin Thacker's ENTER emulator.
ep128emu implements all the basic functionality of an Enterprise 128, such as the Z80 CPU (all documented and many undocumented opcodes are supported), NICK chip, DAVE (there is very good...
UKNCBTL - UKNC Back to Life! is a project of the Soviet school computer simulation UKNC built on two processors KM1801VM2 compatible with the family of PDP-11. The project began in July 2006 and moved to open source in March 2008.
Code-based project started UKNCBTL emulator BC - BKBTL .
The project consists of three branches, all branches use the same core emulation (see folder...
BKBTL - BK Back to Life! - a project of the computer emulation of the Soviet domestic BK-0010/BK-0011 , built on a 16-bit processor K1801VM1 compatible Instruction Set family PDP-11. The project was launched November 14, 2009. Based on code project UKNCBTL .
The project includes three branches that have different interface, but using a common core emulation:
BKBTL - Windows-version. Written...
HT1080Z is a EACA VideoGenie/HT1080Z/System-80 emulator for Windows.
The VideoGenie (as marketed in Europe) and the System-80 (as marketed in New Zealand and Australia) were slightly modified clones of the popular TRS-80 Model 1 Level II. The HT-1080Z was the second official school computer in Hungary. Initial versions were unaltered VideoGenie-1 computers relabeled and mounted with an on-board...
Genieous EACE EG2000 Colour Genie emulator
What's a Colour Genie?
The Colour Genie was the heavily modified offspring of the EACA VideoGenie. It had 16 colours and were mounted with a CRTC display IC as well as a General Instruments AY-3-8910 PSG. Later revisions had modified colours, screen size as well as various expansions and an updated BASIC ROM.
The Colour Genie was marketed in Europe...