posted by drHirudo on 24-Aug-2008 19:46:22 (2832 reads)
The BBC Micro, was a microcomputer well known in the 1980s in the United Kingdom and associated with British education. Designed with colourful graphics, a great expandability and a quality OS, the BeebEm still has a strong fanbase. Now thanks to BeebEm, you can enjoy it's enormous software base right on your AmigaOne! (Read more)
BeebEm is a BBC Micro and Master 128 emulator. It enables you to run BBC Micro software on your Amiga. BeebEm will run most BBC Micro software including Elite, Exile and Revs. It will also run most BBC Micro ROM software (e.g. Wordwise). The new AmigaOS 4 version 0.13 features many bugfixes, and enhancements. Hard drive images, example software and instructions are included in the package, and it's easy to set up. Just extract the lha archive anywhere and doubleclick the icon.
View BeebEm running Exile - Screenshot For more information see Readme Download the package from Here
It wasn't until I had tried BeebEm on the PC just over a year ago that I realised how limited the BBC colour palette was in relation to the C64 - and how awkward it was to remember how to do things under the Beebs OS.
Nice to see this ported over though, good work chaps!
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Re: BeebEm (BBC Micro) on AmigaOS 4. Posted on 25-Aug-2008 13:33:51