The Acorn Archimedes was the first general-purpose home computer based on the 32-bit ARM RISC CPU from Acorn Computers Ltd. The term 'Archimedes' is also commonly used to describe Acorn computers that were not officially called Archimedes, but were based on the same architecture. It was first released in the UK in 1987, and used an operating system called ARTHUR, allegedly standing for "A Risc-based operating system by THURsday" (later versions were named RISC OS). The current version of RISC OS is version 4, and it runs on the RISC PC.
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General Acorn Archimedes emulation, offering games, applications, and the emulators themselves. It has an interface much like a real Archimedes.
An A4xx-series emulator for UNIX/Linux, RISC OS and Windows. Source code is available, as are ports for Mac OS X, GP2X and Amiga OS4.
Arculator, an open source Archimedes emulator for Windows.
Arculator for Mac
Mac port of Arculator, a freeware Acorn Archimedes Emulator.
Beginners Guide to Arcimage
Basic operating instructions for, and download of, Arcimage - a DOS based program that allows the reading and writing of Acorn format floppy discs on a PC.
An emulator of ARM-based Acorn machines for Windows 98/ME/2000/XP.
A RISC OS emulator that runs under UNIX.
Open source Risc PC emulator for Linux, Mac OS, and Windows.
RPCEmu for Apple Mac
Mac port of RPCEmu - an open source RiscPC emulator
The commercial version of the Red Squirrel emulator for Windows 2000, XP or Vista. Includes FAQs, order details and product news.
Includes downloads, pictures of box covers and a message board. Home to ArcDisc and ArcGB front-ends.
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