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OZvm

OZvm

OZvm is principally an open source hardware emulation of the Cambridge Z88 portable computer - a Z80 CPU system with 4Mb addressable memory, a monochrome 640x64 LCD and RS-232 serial port. It allows to install any ROM or application card binary that also runs on a real Z88 portable. The Z88 came complete with an integrated set of applications software: word-processing, spreadsheet, database, calculator, diary, calendar, clock, alarm, printer editor - all included in ROM.

OZvm is part of the Z88 Workbench toolchain used to build software for the Cambridge Z88. It has been implemented using Java SE V1.6 or later.

OZvm is also a versatile Z80 assembler debugging environment with command line, screen activity recording and Z80 instruction logging. It assists the developer to test Z80 assembler programming of the Z88 operating system or 3rd party applications.

 OZvm 1.1.5

Price
Free to download

Size
30.8MB
License

GNU GPL v2

Developer
Gunther Strube

Website
cambridgez88.jira.com

System Requirements
Java Runtime Environment 1.6.x or higher

Support:
Blog, SourceForge Project Page

Selected Reviews:

Features include:

  • Install and run any released ROM from Cambridge Computer (UK and foreign versions) from menu
  • Double screen size mode
  • Good Z80 CPU hardware emulation
  • Keyboard layouts:
    • English
    • Danish/Norwegian
    • French
    • Swedish/Finnish
  • Screen refresh rate: 10, 25, 50, or 100 frames per second
  • Load and Save Z88 snapshots
  • Useful utility for integrating Z88 application compilation builds with the host desktop

OZvm in action

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