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Name Description
Akiko Akiko is a CD32 and CDTV emulator for Windows9x/ME/2000. It runs with the help of a CD32/CDTV adapted version of WinUAE and with the help of the Install2001 system which was also used in the Amiga version of the CD32 Games Install Kit. The emulator is currently in development but it can already run over 80 percent of the CD32 games (with CD audio and Joypad emulation!) and CDTV games. These are demo versions; the registered version costs 15 USD/Euro, see the homepage for details
UAE UAE stands for Ubiquitous Amiga Emulator. This was the first emulator for the Amiga 500 and is one of the best one out there. It emulates sound very well, runs Amiga disks just like the original Amiga did. The emulator used to contain 3 versions in separate exe's, which are now all merged. The Windows 95 version supports Encrypted "Amiga Forever" ROM-Files, with the proper key, Picasso96 RTG, and Zorro-III memory up to 64-megs. If you're looking for an Amiga Emulator, look no furthur. UAE, though difficult to use for many people, is the ultimate Amiga emulator. UAE also has networking support now through Kaillera.
WinFellow This Amiga 500 emulator hasn't been around as long as UAE. It requires the KickStart bootup rom image in order to operate and has been code named "The Fellow Project" which is a highly optimized version of Fellow. It's an official release, as the original author no longer has the time to maintain the project. It's worth the download.
WinUAE WinUAE is a port of the Ultimate Amiga Emulator from Linux to Windows. This allows your Windows PC (Win95/98/NT/2000) to run old Amiga software. It is now probably the Amiga emulator of choice. Dirext X 8.0 is needed to run this.
Lastest release: 2010-08-21


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