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Offline AMSDOS

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ZX81 1k Game in ZXM Emulator?
« on: 09:29, 23 August 15 »
I Haven't played around with the AMSDOS ZXM Emulator enough to know much about it. The 1k Game I noticed was written in Assembly, though in the instructions for it, it's only suitable for a ZX81 with less than 3.25kb. The ZXM page doesn't specify what Spectrum it emulates, though I thought it would be interesting to try this small game on it.
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Re: ZX81 1k Game in ZXM Emulator?
« Reply #1 on: 13:59, 23 August 15 »
I believe it emulates a 48k spectrum.
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Re: ZX81 1k Game in ZXM Emulator?
« Reply #2 on: 06:03, 24 August 15 »
I believe it emulates a 48k spectrum.

Thanks, so what I need is a 48k spectrum program.

You wouldn't know why a 1k zx81 wouldn't work on a 3.25kb zx81 would you?
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