BBC Micro fans who are also Apple IIe users can now rejoice. Bobbi Manners has released her Applecorn emulator which is as she says, “It is basically my little program pretends to be the BBC Micro’s Machine O.S. (MOS) so the language ROMs can run. So far I have gotten BBC BASIC, COMAL, Forth and MicroProlog running.”
The program does require the 128K Enhanced Apple IIe and uses the BBC BASIC v2 from the BBC Micro. It will leave 32K of user program memory after loading the BASIC.ROM file.
For more information or to download Applecorn, check out Bobbi Manners’ Applecorn Github page at: