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Dragon - Dragon 32/64 Emulators

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Name Description
COCO 2 Emulator Utilities included with emulator will allow a 5 1/4" diskette to be formatted as a COCO disk. It seems to run close to 100% compatible with COCO software. Just don't forget to download one of the boot ROM images at the bottom of this page. Definitely worth the download.
DREaM This is the Amiga port of PC-Dragon II. The functionality and compability is basically the same as in PC-Dragon II for DOS. And, as usual, you need one of the boot ROM images that can be found on the bottom of this page.
PC-Dragon II This emulator is the slowest of the 3 Coco I & II emulators listed, it's written entirely in C, C++. This emulator doesn't have as many options as Coco 2. The author, Paul Burgin, has also written the T3 emulator below. But remember, you have to download one of the boot ROM images available in this section.
Return of Coco This Coco emulator was discontinued in early development, so don't expect perfection, but it is a very accurate emulator.
T3 This is emulator is a complete rewrite of the PC-Dragon II emulator, and it has the same author too. This Coco I, II stands between PC-Dragon and Coco2 in the terms of speed. Boot ROM images are needed to use it.
XRoar XRoar is a Dragon emulator for Linux, Unix, Mac OS X, GP32, Nintendo DS and Windows. Due to hardware similarities, XRoar also emulates the Tandy Colour Computer (CoCo) models 1 & 2.


Dragon - Dragon 32/64 Emulators on Other Platforms

Macintosh (1)
Consoles
-- Nintendo DS (1)
-- Game Park 32 (1)
Java (1)


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