Category: Emulators

Clock Signal Emulator Updated

Tom Harte has updated his multiple platform emulator for MAC OS X. This emulator has the capability of running OSes from multiple Apple platforms as well as many other retro computing systems. This release of the Clock Signal emulator applies some fixes to the Qt version of this emulator. SDL and native Mac versions are […]

Applewin Apple II Emulator Updated

The Applewin Apple II Emulator has been updated. Applewin version 1.29.13 includes a host of changes and fixes including the following: [Bug #790] Fixed regression for -d1,-d2 & -s7-empty-on-exit (introduced at 1.29.7.0). [Change #787] Debugger: Extended ‘cycles part’ command to do timings relative to a user-specified base. [Change #783] Debugger: Extended ‘tf’ command to include cycle count. [Change #720] […]

New Apple-1 Emulator Released

Programmer, Alexander Akhmetov, has released a new MOS 6502 Apple-1 Emulator. The new emulator was developed to run on both Linux and Mac OS X. One of the main features of this new emulator include the ability to use either the Apple1Basic Rom or the Replica-1 Rom. You can download the Akhmetov MOS 6502 Apple-1 […]

KiGB Gameboy Emulator Updated

Richard Bannister has updated his KiGB Gameboy Emulator for Mac OS X. KiGB version 2.0.7 introduces several changes including the following new features: Optional Super Gameboy emulation. Motion sensor support (Kirby Tilt & Tumble). Game Genie and Game Shark support. KiGB requires the end user to supply their own Gameboy cartridge images but the program […]

Virtual II Emulator Updated

The Virtual II Emulator, an Apple II Emulator for Mac OS X, has been updated. Version 9.3.1 is an effort by the author of Virtual II to correct an issue that was introduced in the previous release, version 9.3. The bug could cause double high resolution screens to be rendered incorrectly during emulation. If you […]

Clock.Signal Emulator Updated

The Clock.Signal Emulator for Mac OS X, which emulates a host of platforms has been updated. The latest release by Tom Harte, Clock.Signal’s curator, includes the following fixes: adds volume controls; corrects a bug in Apple II NIB handling that could cause a crash for some track layouts; and introduces a preliminary attempt at OPLL […]

New Macintosh PPC Emulator

Two hearty Apple hobbyists, divingkatae and maximumspatium, are making a decent attempt at building a new Power PC Macintosh emulator. DingusPPC, as the new emulator is know, is according to the authors, “an attempt to build an accurately performing PPC Mac emulator”. Thus far, there is Basilisk II, SheepShaver and QEMU in the same realm, […]