January 11th, 2021, 22:40 Posted By: wraggster
CPCEMU v2.0 is released.CPCEMU is the project to imitate an Amstrad CPC 464, 664 or 6128 on a PC.Having its roots back in 1992 there were well-working DOS-based versions in the following years. You may read CPCEMU - The Story to find out how and why this happened.Now CPCEMU has been ported to Linux and Windows so you can enjoy it on (nearly) all major platforms! You will find further information under CPCEMU News.CPC Documentation is the complete manual for CPCEMU in HTML form, in 4 languages!In case you are interested in software for the CPC you can rummage in CPCEMU Software.
CPCEMU v2.0 Changelog: Runs on MacOS, Android, iOS, Linux (x86_64 and ARM, in particular on Raspberry Pi) and Windows
Graphics engine overhauled, introducing border, overscan, dynamic horizontal synchronisation (not perfect yet), scan doubling and some optional CRT blurring
Completely new CRTC (CPC's graphics chip) emulation, quite accurate, and selectable between CRTC types 0, 1 and 2 (most demos work as on a real CPC)
Realistic timing of CPU instructions and interrupts
Sound emulation significantly improved, now able to play digitized sounds (such as speech and special effects)
Different accelerated modes of operation ("Turbo", with and without CRTC synchronisation)
Debugger with optional CRTC single-stepping alongside the CPC screen, including crosshairs indicating the current electron beam position
Graphical menu (in addition to function keys)
Virtual on-screen joystick on Android and iOS
Keyboard configuration improved, enabling easier customization
Many small improvements (e. g., correct handling of CPU register R, support for ZIP file archives without external "unzip", V3 Snapshot files) and bug fixes (e. g., floppy disk controller now correctly reads strange sectors such as Speedlock)
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