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Offline dragonfly

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Hi,


I would like to introduce Retro Computer System, a comprehensive collection of retro computer emulators, for Raspberry Pi 2 or Pi 3 with huge number of software titles.
Indiegogo campaign starts next week, more info and video reviews here:
https://www.indiegogo.com/project/coming_soon/preview/ad330d08


(Amiga)


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZxDPD_cwWWI
(Commodore C64, Commodore Plus 4, Tandy Color Computer, Dragon 32, Macintosh)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RY-F4zHLsEE
(Amstrad CPC, Apple II, Atari 8-bit, Atari ST, BBC Micro)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yxmO58jJeZI
(TRS-80, ZX Spectrum, ZX 81)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5Vd-O3pDza4
(Acorn Atom, Acorn Electron)

https://youtu.be/UxkWBxIsxg0


RCS currently supports about 80 different home computers from mid 70's up to early 90's.
Here's a complete list of supported models:


Acorn: Atom, Electron, BBC B, BBC B+, BBC Master


Amiga: All official models


Amstrad CPC: 464, 664, 6128, PC 1512


Apple: Apple II, Macintosh, Macintosh II


Atari 8bit: 400, 800, 600XL, 800XL, 1200XL, 65XE, 130XE


Atari ST: ST, STe, TT, Falcon


Commodore: C64 (with ReSID), C128, C16, Plus4, VIC-20, PET


Tandy: Color Computer, TRS-80


Dragon Data: Dragon 32/64


ASCII: MSX 1, MSX 2


Oric: Oric 1, Atmos, Pravetz


IBM: PC, PCjr, XT, AT, 286, 386, 486


Miles Gordon: Sam Coupe


Texas Instrumets: TI-99/4A


Sinclair: ZX Spectrum 48k, 128k, +2, +3, +2A, ZX 81, ZX 80 and variuos clones


Others: Jupiter Ace, Aquarius, Galaksija, Orion, Orao, Lynx, Lola 8A, Pecom 64, Sharp MZ-700


Stay tuned!

Offline CraigsBar

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Why would anyone back/buy this when retropie is free ane easy to set up, or any of the hundreds of pre-configured up to 200gb sd I ages are freely down loadable?

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Why would anyone back/buy this when retropie is free ane easy to set up, or any of the hundreds of pre-configured up to 200gb sd I ages are freely down loadable?

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To me, it seems like again another effort to make money on the back of emu authors and game collection maker...

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Thanks OP for registering to promote your crowdsourcing, will be you contributing anything here on this forum other than using for publicity of your product??  The coming soon looks a bit light on detail but impressive if you have developed new emulators for 80 machines, however I would imagine there could be some legal issues with this sort of thing unless it is all uniquely developed IP and having to comply with the licencing of all this stuff if you are reusing other peoples work.  It seems unlikely to me that it will be all uniquely developed given the scope of what is proposed but we can wait an see.


Personally I'm quite happy using RetroPi which is free to use and given the debacle around some crowdsourced retro projects like the Sinclair ZX Spectrum Vega Plus I'll likely keep my money in my wallet on this kind of thing.

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Seems like this never materealised. Quelle surprise!