1. Dodain47

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    SimCoupe emulates the SAM Coupe - a Britsh Z80-based home computer released in 1989 by Miles Gordon Technology.


    SimCoupe v1.1 alpha (2020/05/28) changelog:
    Added support for LPEN b0 over main screen.
    Added SOFF support for LPEN and HPEN.
    Fixed TXFMST active time after MIDI OUT.


    SimCoupe runs on the following systems:
    • Windows 95 or later
    • Mac OS X 10.3 or later
    • GNU/Linux
    • Pocket PC (ARM/MIPS/SH3)
    • BeOS R5 / Zeta
    • QNX 6.3.x
    • OS/2 Warp
    • DOS (or compatible)
    • Sun Solaris
    • Amiga OS 4
    • PlayStation Portable
    • GP2X

    Source:http://www.simcoupe.org/
     
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    The Sam was also known unofficially as the Super Spectrum. It really was a great computer that sadly just came out at the wrong time by a company that also wasn't big enough to support it in any way.

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