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This page last updated on 31st August 1997

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2 emulators listed:

[Specci] [Speccy]

ZX-SPECTRUM Emulator / Specci v2.07 (Christian Gandler)

  1. Emulates 48K Spectrum, Interface 1 (Microdrives and RS232), Kempston and Sinclair joysticks.
  2. Doesn't load snapshots. Loads tape files from seperate files on Atari disks.
  3. Doesn't save snapshots. Saves tape files to seperate files on Atari disks.
  4. No real tape support.
  5. Requires at 1Mb of memory.
  6. Speed is around 70% (at best) of real Spectrum on plain STs.
  7. Freeware?
  8. Also runs on TTs and Falcons (in ST low/high resolutions).
  9. Bad points?
  10. All documentation in German. There is a poorly-translated version of the documentation supplied (taken from a 'Pompey Pirates' disk that had this emulator on it) with at least one of the copies on the FTP sites.
  11. Available from NVG or HENSA.

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Speccy (Hansjoerg Oppermann)

  1. Emulates?
  2. Loads?
  3. Saves?
  4. Real tape support?
  5. Requirements?
  6. Speed?
  7. Freeware.
  8. Good points?
  9. Bad points?
  10. This emulator was previously included in the entry for Specci, above, but is in fact a seperate program by another author.
  11. Available from NVG and NVG again (not sure if these are the same or not).

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