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Amstrad - CPC Emulators

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Name Description
Arnold Fast, accurate and simple. Runs at 200% speed on a P233. There was about 2 years in between the latest release, so there are many improvements.
CaPriCe32 From the same author who continued the development of CPE, A 32-bit emulator with support for much more intensive video modes. In current development, and new features are being implemented. It has now gone open source...v4.1.0 isn't as user friendly at all for now. If you aren't comfortable with not having any kind of UI, get v3.6.1 for now.
CPC-em This Amstrad CPC emulator that has been around for awhile by Tom Walker. It emulates Z80, video emulation, disc emulation, sound emulation, a GUI, SVGA, joysticks, and more.
CPCAlive This emulator is meant to be a programming environment for the Amstrad CPC.
CPCE This is a Amstrad CPC Emulator that isn't half bad, if I do say so myself. Features quite complete emulation, digital tape formats (WAV, VOC, CSW, TZX and CDT), rasters, many video effects, digital speech, internal ZIP file handling, drag and drop, YMP (YM music player) and more!
CPCEmu With average compatibility, many essential features, and decent speed, this is a mid-end representation.
CPE The system ROMs needed by the CPC are included with the archive, as Amstrad has given permission for them to be used.
JavaCPC Amstrad CPC-Emulator based on JEMU by R. Wilson.
NO$CPC From Martin Korth, author of NO$GMB. Will run full speed on high-end i386 and low-end i486 processors. At the author's web site are compilations specially optimized for different low-end CPU types, but for any modern processors, the version available here should be sufficient. As is often the case, the DOS version is more accurate than its Windows counterpart. The ROM files needed for execution are included in the archive.
WinApe Emulates the entirety of the CPC line. Compatible and fast, it includes a debugger, a compiler, and support for nearly all disk images. Not quite as accurate as Arnold or CaPriCe32, but it's in current development and the remaining issues are being addressed.
YAGE Much less tested and feature-complete than the others ("- tape & printer : none (who cares ?)" - from the readme file.) Can run some demos and simple programs, and has a simple keyboard interface.


Amstrad - CPC Emulators on Other Platforms

Linux (5)
Macintosh (2)
Consoles
-- Nintendo DS (1)
-- Playstation Portable (1)
-- Nintendo Wii (1)
-- GP2X (1)
Java (1)
Android (1)
JavaScript (2)


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