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microcode_solutions [2010/06/08 23:20]
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   * **Ace**, a freeware Atari 8 bit emulator for the Amiga. A download is [[http://​www.geocities.com/​jlfenton65/​computer.html|here]].   * **Ace**, a freeware Atari 8 bit emulator for the Amiga. A download is [[http://​www.geocities.com/​jlfenton65/​computer.html|here]].
   * **AII**, a freeware Apple II emulator for the Amiga. ​ A download is [[http://​www.geocities.com/​jlfenton65/​computer.html|here]]. ​ An archive.org look at the official page of the emulator is [[http://​web.archive.org/​web/​19990505215951/​www.microcode-solutions.com/​amiga/​aii/​aii.html|here]].   * **AII**, a freeware Apple II emulator for the Amiga. ​ A download is [[http://​www.geocities.com/​jlfenton65/​computer.html|here]]. ​ An archive.org look at the official page of the emulator is [[http://​web.archive.org/​web/​19990505215951/​www.microcode-solutions.com/​amiga/​aii/​aii.html|here]].
-  * **WACKE** an Atari 8 bit emulator for Macintosh. ​ Registration cost five dollars. ​ It was no longer listed for sale as 1999.  Joe Fenton later released the emulator as freeware on his [[http://​www.geocities.com/​jlfenton65/​computer.html|personal site]].+  * **WACKE** an Atari 8 bit emulator for Macintosh. ​ Registration cost five dollars. ​ It was no longer listed for sale as of 1999.  Joe Fenton later released the emulator as freeware on his [[http://​www.geocities.com/​jlfenton65/​computer.html|personal site]].
   * **[[FUSION]]** was Microcode'​s primary Amiga product, a 68K Macintosh emulator for the Amiga. ​ Unlike EMPLANT, this emulation was purely software. ​ It did not require a hardware card, just a ROM image. ​ Retailing of the emulator was supported by Blittersoft (now defunct).   * **[[FUSION]]** was Microcode'​s primary Amiga product, a 68K Macintosh emulator for the Amiga. ​ Unlike EMPLANT, this emulation was purely software. ​ It did not require a hardware card, just a ROM image. ​ Retailing of the emulator was supported by Blittersoft (now defunct).
  
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