March 10th, 2018
After a decade-long hiatus I'm delighted to announce new releases of the twenty-seven different emulator projects that I maintained during the noughties. The updates utilise a new 64-bit Cocoa replacement for my shell library that I've been slowly putting together over the last few years. I appreciate I'm a little behind the times (people who point this out will be nominated for the ice bucket challenge) but I figure that it's better to release late than never. They are designed to run on macOS 10.11 and later, and my plan is to keep that minimum requirement for the foreseeable future as my elderly but perfectly serviceable Mac Pro doesn't support anything newer.
As in times past the standard versions of these ports are completely free. Those of you who want more functionality have the option of installing Emulator Enhancer 3.0, which adds a number of extra features including HID device support, Full Screen Mode, Network Play, and a graphical Recent Games window. EE3 is available at no charge to EE2 customers who purchased on or after January 1, 2017.
The download links across this site have been updated. Serious classic computer enthusiasts who want everything in one click can download a single archive here.
December 23rd, 2017
I’m trying to get back in touch with Hiroki Kobayashi, once known as PB1400c, and administrator of an Japanese emulation page. The last email I have is @nn.iij4u.or.jp and is bouncing. If anyone knows him please put us in contact.