C65 emulator for the 64

C65 emulator for the 64

From: Cameron Kaiser <spectre_at_floodgap.com>
Date: Wed, 1 Apr 2009 00:16:28 -0700 (PDT)
Message-Id: <200904010716.n317GSHD014606@floodgap.com>
Per the regular announcement of progress on the Comprehensive Commodore
Emulation project, I'm happy to announce that a preliminary Commodore 65
emulator is now available, running as a proof-of-concept model on the
64. It uses the Incredible KIMplement's 6502-on-6502 emulation (modified
for the 4510) and patches to RAM-under-ROM to BASIC 2.0 to generate a
compelling partial implementation running at a reasonable speed. VIC-III
features are also partially implemented, though resolution is halved, and
Stereo SID owners may experience stereo SID music where supported.

As this is only a partial emulation, it is fortunately small and easy to
try on most systems.

The emulation is incomplete, but you can download the emulator and try it
now. For release notes and a screen shot, see


or you may fetch the .prg (6K pucrunched) directly


It has been tested on the C64, 128, VICE and Power64.

Please send me any and all comments.

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