Commodore (from zophar.net)
|64S||This was one of the first Commodore 64 Emulators. It is coded bySeattle Labs, and is a commercial emulator that costs $69.95. However, there are other emulatorsjust as good, if not better, that are free.|
|CCS64||This is one of the best C64 emulators. It is a very fast emulator,and supports almost everything an actual Commodore 64 would support. To get all the features,you have to register this emulator, however, such as cartridge support and wave output.
CCS64 is shareware and registration is US$30. It’s worth the cash.
|Come Back 64||This is one of the newest Commodore 64 emulators around. It is coded in C++, and the sourcecode is freelydistributable and is included in the binary. It features sound, is very compatible with most programs and games, and isupdated rather frequently. It’s worth a download, especially to check out the source.|
|Dream64||Dream64 is totally free, and developped just for fun. It can run most commercial games and a lot of tricky demos, by the way it is not yet as compatible as great emulators like Hoxs64 or CCS64.|
|Emu64||Commodore 64 emulator from Germany!|
|Free64||This emulator by Butcha is written in C, and is freeware. It emulatessound through the PC speaker, and although it doesn’t support as much as other C64 emulators,such as CCS64, it may become more compatible and better in the future.|
|Frodo||This C64 emulator has been ported to Unix, MacOS, BeOS, AmigaOS, RiscOS, and now Windows. This emulates the Commodore 64 very well, and is being updatedall the time. Definitly an emulator to download for the hardcore C64 fan.|
|Hoxs64||The Hoxs64 is a Commodore 64 emulator for Windows with DirectX7 or higher. It features Cycle based CPU, CIA, VIC and SID, 1541 Disk drive, Tape deck, Full screen mode, 2 Joysticks on numeric key pad and right control, and TAP PRG P00 D64 file support. Now supports joysticks and joypads!|
|Hyper64||Hyper64 is a working proof-of-concept of an experimental C64 emulator implementation without resorting to a conventional CPU emulation, but instead utilizing a realtime dynamic recompilation engine – which disassembles, analyzes and re-assembles the 6510 machine code as native 32-bit x86 code. It further uses a fast translation code cache.|
|JSwing C64||This is a Windows variant of JME C64.|
|PC64||Personal C64 for DOS is now Freeware, and the source has been made publiclyavailable, although the Windows Freeware version was stopped before it could be completed. It features a high compatibility rate, sound and many other features that are now available withouthaving to register it.|
|VB64||This is a Commodore 64 emulator coded in Visual Basic 6. It’s not perfect yet, but you can still play a lot of games on it!|
|VICE-WinVICE||This is an emulator for old Commodore computers. Its supports C128, VIC20, all the PET series, and, of course, Commodore 64.|
|Win64||This is one of the few Commodore 64 emulators for Windows. It was originally developed due to the author’s reaction when he saw a C64 emulator being sold for a high price, and he decided he could make one for free that would serve his purposes. Unfortunately,his mind has since changed, and the complete version now costs money. It has sound, speed,as well as a high compatibility rate.|