Plays .SNA, but allows 2 players over local network.
It emules #FF port and the "Gunstick" lightgun.
Its basic characteristics is so large reduced it is, about 4Kb. The main objective is to occupy the minimum space of hard disk possible and to offer a totally trustworthy emulation in speed, graphs and sound.
A very appreciated emu by the Speccy fans.
|x128 for ms-dos
During the ms-dos kingdom, it was the best.
It's a ZX Spectrum emulator written entirely in Assembler. It runs under MS-DOS and it's the only one that emulates the Inves Spectrum + (a Spanish clone)
The best for Windows. Shareware (last free version: 5.21). It emulates the 16K/48K/128/+2/+2A/+3 Spectrums, the Russian Pentagon 128 and Scorpion ZS256 clones, and lots of additional hardware.
First spanish emu for PDA (and PC).
Another ZX emulator for windows.
The first Speccy emulator for Windows. Actually it has been surpassed by other emus, altough it's still ok for low powered computers.
The best free alternative to Spectaculator.
Working 16K, 48K, 128K, +2, +2A, +3, +3e, SE, TC2048, TC2068, Pentagon 128 and Scorpion ZS 256 emulation, running at true Speccy speed on any computer you're likely to try it on.
Macintosh emulator (Mac OS X and older versions).
Accurate speed, great sound. It supports .tzx. It hasn't +3 support yet.
Speccy on new generation consoles!