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  • Virtual T

Virtual T

Virtual T emulates the TRS-80 Model 100, 102, and 200 computers, with a goal of providing "100% hardware emulation."


Gambatte is an accuracy-focused, cross-platform, open-source Game Boy Color emulator.

  • Oricutron


Formerly known as Oriculator, Orictron is an emulator for the Oric series of computers -- which were made by British computer Oric Products International (aka Tangerine Computer Systems) in the 1980s.

  • Virtual Jaguar

Virtual Jaguar

Virtual Jaguar is a GCC/Qt portable Atari Jaguar emulator, based on the source code of Potato Emulator. It currently emulates all major Atari Jaguar subsystems to some extent.

  • Author: Mark Grebe
  • Sio2OSX


Sio2OSX is a peripheral emulator for the Atari 8-bit computers that allows the Atari computer to use an OSX based Macintosh as a disk drive, a cassette drive, and a printer. Sio2OSX peforms functions similar to APE or SIO2PC on Windows based computers. Sio2OSX is a shareware program, and must be registered for full operation. The unregistered version of the program will run for 5 minutes before quiting, allowing you to verify operation with your hardware setup before purchase. The software can be easily registered for $25 through Kagi. A full manual is included within the application's Help menu. Note, as this does require serial USB hardware, and is a new product, please try it out on your hardware before you pay the registration fee. I'll be glad to answer any questions you might have by email.

  • Author: Richard Bannister

Emulator Enhancer

Emulator Enhancer is a shareware module which adds a range of additional features and options to all the emulators available on this site. Please note that use of this module is optional, and once installed you can try for as long as you like before purchase.

  • Author: Nicola Salmoria, Mirko Buffoni, David Haywood, Aaron Giles, Angelo Salese, many other contributors
  • MAME


MAME (Multiple Arcade Machine Emulator) currently emulates several thousand arcade games, dating from the late 1970s through the modern era. Despite having been in heavy development for much of its almost-fifteen-year existence, the MAME project is still considered far from complete.

  • Author: Mark Grebe
  • Atari800MacX


Atari800 is an Atari 800, 800XL, 130XE and 5200 emulator for Unix, Amiga, MS-DOS, Atari TT/Falcon, SDL and WinCE. Our main objective is to create a freely distributable portable emulator (i.e. with source code available).

  • Author: Mark Grebe


sdltrs is a Radio Shack TRS-80 Model I/III/4/4P emulator for Macintosh OSX, Windows, and Linux. It has been ported from Tim Mann's excellent X-Windows UNIX emulator xtrs. Instead of using the X-Window system for graphics, it uses the portable SDL library.

  • Author: Bart Trzynadlowski, Nik Henson
  • Supermodel


Supermodel emulates Sega's Model 3 arcade platform, which powered Sega's arcade games released between 1996 and 1998 (Virtua Fighter 3, Daytona USA 2, Sega Rally 2, and more). The project is based an earlier (2003) emulator with the same name. The current focus is on accuracy above speed and usability, which is no mean feat given that no public documentation exists for the Model 3 platform.

Supermodel boasts an all-star cast of developers, helpers, and associates, including Bart Trzynadlowski, Nik Henson, Ville Linde, and R. Belmont.



SDLMAME is a Mac OS X port of MAME, which uses the SDL runtime library. New builds are released within a few days of MAME updates.



JPCSP is a PlayStation Portable (PSP) emulator written entirely in Java. While still fairly early in development, it supports a large number of commercial games, many of which can be played to completion with little or no slowdown or compatibility bugs.

  • Author: Ciaran Anscomb
  • XRoar


XRoar is a multi-platform Dragon 32/64 and Tandy Colour Computer (CoCo) models 1 & 2 emulator. These machines were home computers in the early 1980s, competing against the more powerful and more popular Apple II, Sinclair ZX Spectrum, and Commodore 64.

It requires firmware ROM images to run.

  • Author: Dirk W. Hoffmann
  • VirtualC64


VirtualC64 is an open-source Commodore 64 emulator written in Cocoa, C++, and Objective-C. It was designed to have a user-friendly interface, and uses cycle-accurate emulation to achieve high compatibility, but is still in the early stages of development compared to more established C64 emulators such as Vice and Frodo.

Mini vMac
  • Author: Paul C. Pratt
  • Mini vMac

Mini vMac

Mini vMac brings the 68k Macintosh to life on modern computers. It's targeted at emulating the entire family of Macs built with Motorola 680x0 processors, but currently it supports just a handful and is focused on the Macintosh Plus. It was originally conceived in 2001 as a spin-off project to Philip Cummins's larger vMac project, but has since grown to become vMac's successor.

You'll need to find a Mac Plus ROM image to run it, along with Apple System Software (it can handle System 1 right through to System 7.5.5).