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Emulation for Retro Gaming

Emulation for Retro Gaming

Emulation is hardware or software that allows one computer system to behave like another. In the world of retro gaming this means that a newer more powerful system can pretend to be an older console or computer and old software can be loaded. Emulators for various old games platforms are available to run on different systems – Windows, macOS, even in web browsers. Alternatively, full retro gaming setups containing multiple emulators can be used, such as Batocera for PC’s, or…

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ZX Spectrum Emulator on macOS

ZX Spectrum Emulator on macOS

The best ZX Spectrum emulator that I found for macs is Fuse for macOS. The latest version of Fuse for macOS is 1.5.6 which was released in August 2019. Even though this is a little old, it seems to work fine in 64-bit only macOS Catalina. All of the main ZX spectrum versions are available, from 16K, 48K, 128K, +2, +3, together with some more unusual versions. (Pentagon 1024K anyone?)