Disk images can be created using SAMdisk Utility for loading into the emulator or writing back to real disks (note: a proper PC with proper floppy controller is required - a USB unit will not work)
- 256K or 512K Memory Expansion
- SAA1099 Sound support
- 2 Internal SAM Drive units
- Atom Hard Disks
- Atom-Lite CF Cards
- EDDAC and SAMDAC
- Mono DAC
- Up to 4 One Meg external RAM
- Blue Alpha Sound Sampler
- Blue Alpha VoiceBox
- Paula sound sampler
- SAM Vox sound sampler
- SID Soundchip Interface
- Sam Mouse Interface
- SAMBUS and DALLAS Clock
- MIDI output to Host
- 59:54 TV aspect ratio, scanlines, motion blur and smoothing options
- Selectable speed (50% -> 1000%)
- SimICE integrated debugger/monitor/disassembler
- Helpers for disk booting, fast reset
- Selectable ROM/Boot ROM images
- Host Joystick mapping
- Printer (to text file)
- TAP/TZX tape input via the Tape Browser with turbo support
- PNG/SSX screenshot output
- AVI/animated GIF video output
- Audio WAV output
- CMOS Z80 support
- Data import and export from memory, clipboard paste in support.
Download from simcoupe.org.
Latest development version on GitHub.
Work on SimCoupe was started back in 1996 by Allan Skillman as a Linux-based project called XCoupe.
XCoupe was written originally ‘hacked in’ in C++ and then re-written in ANSI C. This version was then extended into a Win32 port by Simon Owen called WinCoupe.
Simon took over the project and re-wrote the entire program merging the WinCoupe features back into SimCoupe and adding a plethora of extra ones including Dave Hooper’s native SAA1099 Sound support, floppy disc and ATOM support.