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64 Emulator (The) (A1000)

64 Emulator (The) (A1000)
64 Emulator (The) (A1000)

Floppy (3.5")1



Release Date: 1/1/1987
Manufacturer: ReadySoft
Donated By: Michael Kukuk
This is one of the first Commodore 64 emulators for the Amiga. Developed by Randy Linden (who would later create Bleem!, the Playstation Emulator that ran on both the PC and the Dreamcast), The 64 Emulator allowed you to connect a 1541 through an optional serial interface (which ours has).

Our box is in poor shape, but this is definitely an important piece of history.

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