New Android CPC emulator

Started by Bertrand, 23:09, 02 April 22

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Bertrand

Hi there,

I've seen on the Google Playstore a new CPC emulator named azimuth.
Does anywone have any info about it ?
Thx



Gryzor

Well I inserted my screwdriver in the mic home to try and tune it but nothing happened.

...hello? Can you hear me?

Well, it looks more advanced than other offerings. Interface needs tons of tweaking.

But...a sub model? €3.69 for a month? €25 for a year? Not even able to load a disk unless I pay?

Kthxbai.

VincentGR

Quote from: Gryzor on 10:04, 03 April 22But...a sub model? €3.69 for a month? €25 for a year? Not even able to load a disk unless I pay?

Leasing emulator?
Ntavatzilik as we say here...

Gryzor

Something like that. Not only is the subscription model ridiculous, but the pricing too is way off the charts.

I remember gladly paying -what was it, €5? €10?- for Redream, a unique and much more complex emulator (for the Dreamcast), but this is silly. 

TotO

Quote from: Bertrand on 23:09, 02 April 22Hi there,

I've seen on the Google Playstore a new CPC emulator named azimuth.
Does anywone have any info about it ?
Thx
I don't know it. But I can say it is not legal, because the Amstrad ROM copyrights.
"You make one mistake in your life and the internet will never let you live it down" (Keith Goodyer)

Gryzor

But Amstrad has released the ROMs?

Gryzor


TotO

Well... For emulators, Amstrad gave permission for the CPC ROMs to be distributed freely as long as the copyright message is not changed and that the program acknowledges that Amstrad still holds copyright. Locomotive BASIC is copyright Locomotive Software. But at this time, emulators was free... Except in 1996 it looks the "!CPC" emulator was shareware and they payed 15GBP to Locomotive Software for that. No commercial usage allowed.
"You make one mistake in your life and the internet will never let you live it down" (Keith Goodyer)

Gryzor

Ah yes, that much is clear I think.

tony

Enjoying it with no restriction until now on my phone although i don't have a subscription.


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