Amstrad CPC emulators

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Amstrad CPC
Amstrad CPC.jpg
Developer Amstrad
Type Computer
Generation Z80-based home computers
Release date 1984
Discontinued 1990
Emulated

The Amstrad CPC was a series of 8-bit computers released in Europe to compete with the Commodore 64 and ZX Spectrum. Like the Amiga, it was a big gaming platform.

Emulators[edit]

Name Operating System(s) Latest Version CPC + Active Libretro Core Recommended
PC
ACE MorphOS, Haiku 1.17
Arnold Multi-platform Src WIP[N 1]
1.0.0-1 (*NIX)
Windows
CaPriCe32 (fork) Multi-platform 4.4.0
Caprice Forever Windows 18.10
MAME Multi-platform 0.203
CaPriCe32 Multi-platform 4.2.0 ✓(Git) ~
JavaCPC Desktop Multi-platform 2.9.7 ~
SugarBox Windows 0.29 ~
CPCEmu Multi-platform 1.7
Roland Multi-platform 0.70
XCPC Multi-platform 20070122
WinAPE Windows 2.0b2
CLK macOS and UNIXalikes 2018-10-29 ?
DSP Multi-platform 0.18 ?
ZEsarUX Multi-platform 7.0 ?
Raspberry Pi
CapriceRPI Linux (Raspberry Pi) 1.3c
Mobile
Caprice32 Multi-platform 4.4.0 ✓(Git)
andcpc Android Git
CPCDroïd Android 1.5.1
Droid-CPC Android 1.1.01


Note: To test accuracy, you could use Acid Tests for CPC by the developer of Arnold.


  1. To build, rename EmuDevice.h to emudevice.h in src/cpc.

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