- Processor: 6502, 1MHz
- Memory: 5kB RAM exp. to 29kB
- Sound: 3 channels + white noise
- Text display: 23x22
- Graphics display: 176x158, 16 colors
- Keyboard: Typewriter-style
- Released: 1981
VIC20 WWW Page
by Rick Melick.
VIC archive at ftp.hrz.uni-kassel.de.
VIC archive at ftp.funet.fi.
- vic-emu [Amiga]
Emulator by Pieter van Leuven [email@example.com].
The following program takes 8.8 seconds to execute on this emulator
when run on 68000 CPU at 7.14MHz:
The archive includes VIC20 ROMs in separate files.
10 FOR I=1 TO 2000
20 NEXT I
- vic-emulator [C64]
BASIC emulator in machine language by Fausto Ibarra.
- The PET Emulator [C64]
This emulator is included into C64 Software Bonus Pack. It
emulates 2001 series, 4032 series & BASIC 4.0 and allows most
existing PET programs written in BASIC to be run on C64.
- Processor: 6510
- Memory: 64kB RAM
- Sound: 3 channels
- Text display: 40x25
- Graphics display: 320x200, 16 colors
- Keyboard: Typewriter-style, 61 keys
User port (parallel printers and RS232)
Serial interface (diskdrives and printers)
2 9pin joystick ports
Composite video output (5pin DIN)
- Announced: 1982
- Released: December 1982
C64/C128/VIC20 WWW page.
Commodore WWW page by Jim Brain.
C64 emulators at wilbur.stanford.edu.
- A64 [Amiga]
This is a software-only emulator by Cliff Dugan, Christopher P. Zura
& Douglas Decicco which is freely available. You will need a special
piece of hardware allowing to connect C64 peripherals to Amiga though.
This piece, as well as printed documentation, is available for
additional fee from
Cliff Dugan, QuesTronix
Hartford, CT 06134-0265
This program by Eddy Carroll was written to co-incide with the 1st of
April. Basically, it's a semi-64 emulator in that it emulates the
colour, cursor, and screen editing perfectly, but it's not so hot on
the actual commands.
c64 [Atari ST]
Very rough emulator by Uwe Seimet. There is no banking, no shadow I/O.
The documentation is in German only. Assembly source included.
Author Earle F. Philhower III [firstname.lastname@example.org]
Software only emulator, which comes in colour and black-and-white
versions. Supports 1541 emulation, hard drive & printer, tape images.
C Source code included.
This emulator is written by Jouko Valta [email@example.com]
and emulates C64 on various workstations running Unix and
Diferent models have different specs (A1200 is shown on this picture).
- Processor: 68000/7.14MHz...68040/25MHz
- Memory: 512kB...128MB (usually 4-8MB)
- Sound: 4 channels, 8bit waveform
- Text display: None
- Graphics display: up to 770x480, bitplane based,
virtual screens up to 32768x32768
SCSI or IDE
Composite video (in some models)
VGA connector (in some models)
RCA sound output
2 joystick inputs (1st used for mouse)
UAE - The Unusable Amiga Emulator
Partial software emulation of the hardware of an Amiga 500 written
by Bernd Schmidt [firstname.lastname@example.org]. In spite
of its awkward name, the UAE us quite functional and even runs
AmigaOS 3.1, according to the rumors. UAE needs an image of the
Amiga Kickstart ROM, not included for copyright reasons.