New: ThomDS v1.00

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Jan 22, 2007

New: ThomDS v1.00 by zatelli at 4:51 PM (1,514 Views / 0 Likes) 5 replies

  1. zatelli
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    New: ThomDS v1.00

    Thomson emulator for DS








    Alekmaul has just released his Thomson Mo5 emulator for DS ....
    [​IMG]
    The emulator is quite fast, but unfortunately, doesn't run full speed yet. Its compatibility with K7 file is decent. Sound & stylus are built-in.
    At the moment, it emulates tapes, but no disks yet.
    As it supports DLDI, you should have no problem running it on your flashcard.

    [​IMG]
    [​IMG] ThomDS 1.00


     
  2. Qpido

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    Cool, I've never even heard of that system!
    I won't bother to play this though, but nice piece of work I guess.

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  3. thegame07

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    i have never heard of it either.
     
  4. zatelli
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    Weird .. nobody ever heard of MO5, Thomson's 8bits computer ? That was the 2nd computer I've ever played games on, but that was about 20 years ago.. sweet [​IMG] [​IMG]
    Here's the lil' baby if you're curious about how it looks:

    [​IMG]
     
  5. imgod22222

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    hmm.. looks like commodore 64 if i remember correctly.. is it < or > ?
    Thompson _ Commodore 64
    (id think
     
  6. chillyp

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    The Thomson MO5 was a French competitor to the C64 and ZX Spectrum, which is why it has the AZERTY style keyboard, and why most people probably haven't even heard of it.
     

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