A list of Amiga based CPC emulators written by Simon Goodwin for an article in Amiga Format.
Caprice32 is a 32bit DOS based emulator by Ulrich Doewich and in my opinion the best available for DOS/Win9X PC's. It's also the only DOS emulator to support the Romantic Robot Multiface ROM which when coupled with Insider makes up for the current lack of an inbuilt disassembler.
This beta Version of Caprice V2 is the last DOS emulator that Ulrich Doewich has written, he has now started work on Caprice V3 which takes the developments of V2 and ports them into the Windows environment
CPC-Emu is written by Marco Veith and is a stable emulator
with some useful utilites included.
CPE was written by Bernnd Schmidt and due to the fact that is written
entirely in Assembler it is faster than CPC-EMU and handles things like
overscan a lot better.
Rainer Loritz has taken over the old Marco Veith DOS Emulator and ported it to Linux
A roundup of Linux based CPC, PCW and NC emukators, written by Simon Goodwin
Arnold is a multi-platform CPC/CPC+ emulator written by Kevin Thacker, maintainer
of the Amstrad WWW resource.
The first windows version of Caprice, This is a work in progress and is not yet feature complete.
The latest release of Caprice with improved sound emulation and screenshot support amongst many other improvements
Rainer Loritz has taken over the old Marco Veith DOS Emulator and made it windows based
A DOS and Win32 compatible emulator written by Nicolás González
Multi Machine is a win9x based Emulator which supports not only the CPC/CPC+ range but also the
ZX80/81, Spectrum, Enterprise & Jupiter Ace range of machines.
Winape is an excellent Windows based CPC+ emulator with an inbuilt Maxam compatible Assembler.
'The most accurate CPC and CPC Plus emulation, many improvements to all aspects of the emulation, debugger and assembler. See the included whats-new.txt in the ZIP file.'