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Acorn Arcade forums: News and features: 6502em version 4.00 released!
 

6502em version 4.00 released!

Posted by The Doctor on 19:19, 2/4/2005 | ,
 
Major news for emulation fans as one of the best BBC emulators gets even better.Murklesoft have updated 6502em with a number of new important features:
  • Iyonix compatible
  • Runs in High res pixel doubled mode
  • Direct loading of Disc Images
  • Loads most UEF files
  • VIA timer code rewritten
  • Tested on Virtual RISC OS
All of this is great news. Loading of UEF files is most important as the vast majority of BBC software on the web is now in this format.
The ability to run in pixel doubled modes should remove any problems that some monitors have with displaying low resolution screen modes and the rewritting of the VIA timer means that Skirmish and Nutcracker now work.
Have a look at the Murklesoft website for more information and order your copy today.
 
  6502em version 4.00 released!
  (13:53 3/4/2005)
  Guest (15:18 3/4/2005)
    Guest (17:33 3/4/2005)
      The Doctor (17:54 3/4/2005)
        Guest (09:35 4/4/2005)
          Guest (23:46 6/4/2005)
            Guest (09:31 7/4/2005)
              Guest (21:05 7/4/2005)
 
Guest Message #87730, posted at 13:53, 3/4/2005
Unregistered user What is the game shown on Murklesoft's web-page?

You've forgot the most important news of all - it now runs in the desktop!

Also I think it will still load tapes using !Tapes if you have any or get any from Ebay and want to try to see if they still work.

AW
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Guest Message #87731, posted at 15:18, 3/4/2005, in reply to message #87730
Unregistered user I think the game shown is called Nutcracker.
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Guest Message #87732, posted at 17:33, 3/4/2005, in reply to message #87731
Unregistered user It doesn't run in the desktop I'm afraid.
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The Doctor Message #87733, posted at 17:54, 3/4/2005, in reply to message #87732
Unregistered user Indeed it does not.
However, Z80em does...
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Guest Message #87734, posted at 09:35, 4/4/2005, in reply to message #87733
Unregistered user The game is Nutcraka by Software Projects and from what i have seen !6502em does not run in the desktop, hopefully it will eventually
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Guest Message #87735, posted at 23:46, 6/4/2005, in reply to message #87734
Unregistered user Did you upgrade your existing copy? If so, is that sent by email?
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Guest Message #87736, posted at 09:31, 7/4/2005, in reply to message #87735
Unregistered user All upgrades are sent via email.
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Guest Message #87737, posted at 21:05, 7/4/2005, in reply to message #87736
Unregistered user ... or http (on request)
(Z80Em 200k, 6502Em 350k)
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Acorn Arcade forums: News and features: 6502em version 4.00 released!