Spectemu emulates the
48k ZX Spectrum, which uses the Z80 microprocessor.
It emulates the Z80 processor as well as the 48k Spectrum's
other hardware: keyboard, screen, sound, tape I/O. The emulation is
close to the real thing, but it is still quite fast (It was reported
to be working well on a laptop with 486 at 25Mhz!).
It can run on a Linux console, or in an X11 window.
- Quite fast because of assembly code in emulation
- X Support with MITSHM on a local display
- Console graphics support with Linux Svgalib
- Sound support (with Open Sound System and SUN sound
- Snapshot saving and loading (.Z80 and .SNA format)
- Tape emulation: loading from tape files (.TAP and .TZX
- Optional quick loading of tapes
- Savings to tape files
- Separate utility to save tape files to real tape
- "Animated" keyboard picture
- Configuration with config files and from the command line
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Last Updated Sunday, September 01 2013 @ 09:13 AM EDT