Tag: Macintosh Emulation

Ample 0.238 Released

Kelvin Sherlock has released an update to the Ample MAME interface. Ample is a front end for the MAME emulator which is Apple II series and Macintosh centric. Complete with easy to use customization of the emulation setup, Ample is one of the easiest setups to use. The current version matches the current version of […]

New Release of Ample 0.236

Kelvin Sherlock has released a new release of the Ample MAME Interface version 0.236. The previously released version was having a problem with a missing file that was due to a build time problem. The issue has since been corrected and Ample 0.236-1 released. You can download Ample 0.236-1 and the source code for the […]

Clock Signal Emulator Updated

Tom Harte has updated the Clock Signal multi platform emulator. This release updates to the Apple II and Macintosh emulation sections of the program. Included in the update list are the following: adds support for Macintosh drive images, in addition to its existing support for volume images; substantially improves messaging and semantics around ROM loading, […]

37 Years of Emulation on the M1 Mac

For those who love emulation, especially Macintosh Emulation, this one will be right up your alley. Kyle Fox has posted a picture of Shadowgate (Mac 68K version) running on the M1 Macintosh. In order to get there, he had to jump through a few hoops and architectures. The game Shadowgate itself was released in 1987 […]

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 […]