Thursday, November 11. 2010
SimCoupe emulates a SAM Coupe - an 8-bit, Z80-based home computer released in 1989 by Miles Gordon Technology.
For more information on the machine itself, including history and technical specification you can go on the SimCoupe web site.
Originally developed for UNIX and DOS systems by Allan Skillman, it has been then improved and ported to SDL by Simon Owen, Dave Laundon.
Caanoo-SIm is a port of the PSP/Gp2X versions i've previously released. Special thanks to Nick666 for gfx.
How to use it ? Everything is in the README.txt file.
Here is a full working binary version :
And source code :
If you want to discuss on this homebrew, you can do it here :
My forum on dcemu network or http://www.gp32x.com/.
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Again you release another emulator WITHOUT external usb Keyboard support, why? The virtual keyboard is rubbish to type with! The Caanoo can handle usb keyborad support so why do you never support it? Sorry for the moan but its starting to do my head in as its soo needed for a lot of games like text based adventures. Again sorry for the moan but keep up the good work!
#1 if you are so against the on screen keyboard compile and code support for usb keyboard support yourself. ZX81 does this one his own time and for free. We should be thankful for whatever emulators and features we get from anyone. I for one applaud you ZX81 and next payday you will be receiving a donation. You have supplied my dingoo, caanoo, and wiz with so much stuff and I truely appreciate it.