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Fuse (the Free Unix Spectrum Emulator) was originally a ZX Spectrum emulator developed for Unix. The emulator has been ported to variuos platform, including Amiga OS 4.x. The Fuse emulator sports many advanced features: * Accurate 16K, 48K (including the NTSC variant), 128K, +2, + 2A and +3 emulation and many other machines such Pentagon "512", Pentagon "1024" and Scorpion ZS 256. * Runs at true Spectrum speed on any computer. * Support for loading from .tzx files, including accelerated loading. * Sound system that supporting ALSA, the Open Sound System, SDL (SDL on Amiga OS 4.x) * Kempston joystick and mouse emulation. * Various Zx printers Emulation * Emulation of many other peripherals, such Currah ?Source, Interface 1, Multiface One/128/3, Spectrum +3e * Emulation of the Covox, Fuller audio box, Melodik and SpecDrum audio interfaces. For a complete list of Fuse Emulator features, please visit http://fuse-emulator.sourceforge.net/#Features Author: Various, Amiga Fuse 1.5 port by AmigaBlitter, icons by Ken Lester. 32-bit Deficons are included for the main Spectrum file types, courtesy of Ken "Ken's Icons" Lester. Uploader: dc_amiblit()msn.com (AB) Type: misc/emu Version: 1.5 Architecture: ppc-amigaos >= 4.x Note: Extract the Fuse emulator package to a local directory on your AmigaOS Hard Drive - Do not execute from an external drive Note 2: this Amiga version doesn't support certain peripherals (most notably the Spectranet). For general information about Fuse, see http://fuse-emulator.sourceforge.net A big thank you to Philip Kendall for the precious suggestions he gave me during the ports Many thanks, of course, to all the team that is developing the Fuse Emulator and continue to support it. Thank you to Michael Trebilcock, Chris Young and Davide Palombo for the help. Beta Testers: Marcin (emu), Allan (DDNI) and Joeled Sorry if i forgot someone.
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