Minuous Posted August 15, 2008 Share Posted August 15, 2008 AmiArcadia and WinArcadia emulate these Signetics-based machines: * the Emerson Arcadia 2001 console family (Bandai, Emerson, Grandstand, Intervision, Leisure-Vision, Leonardo, MPT-03, Ormatu, Palladium, Poppy, Robdajet, Tele-Fever, Tempest, Tryom, Tunix, etc.) (1982); * the Interton VC 4000 console family (Acetronic, Fountain, Hanimex, Interton, Prinztronic, Radofin, Rowtron, Soundic, Voltmace, Waddington, etc.) (c. 1978); * the Elektor TV Games Computer (1979); and * PIPBUG-based machines (such as the Electronics Australia 77up2 and the Signetics Adaptable Board Computer) (c. 1977). Features include: ReAction GUI, load/save snapshots, windowed and full-screen modes, CPU tracing, trainer, drag and drop support, graphicsscaling, automatic load/save of configuration/game, keyboard/joystick/gamepad/paddle/mouse/trackball support, autofire, warp mode, gameplayrecording/playback, PAL/NTSC modes, sprite demultiplexing, help windows,source code, debugger, frame skipping, redefinable keys, save screenshots,ARexx port, network play, real-time monitor, locale support, gameselection sidebar, text-to-speech, printer output, undithering, supportfor ZIPped games. The supported languages are currently English, French, German and Italian. AmiArcadia is open source freeware. The source code was compiled usingSAS/C 6.58. It was written by James Jacobs of Amigan Software. http://amigan.1emu.net/releases/http://amigan.classicgaming.gamespy.com/ Changes since 7.53: . Miscellaneous improvements and bug fixes. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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