Thanks for the update and for removing the ads. I'd love to see more new games such as Exile and the ability to add your own games added. The ability to add game specific key mapping would make this perfect. Keep up the good work! It would be great to see the update to this. If you need help beta testings, give me a shout! UPDATE. Beebdroid isn't working with Android 6.01. Help can you please fix this?
Cool but missing features. Doesn't seem to be any way to paste code from the Android copy buffer into the emulator (to copy and paste programs for example). Or any working way to save programs once typed in. The games are cool, but for the moment this falls short of a usable emulator. Any chance of getting the 2 above features?
Lots missing Looks like the app has been abandoned. Unlike the near identical Windows version, there is no way to create/load/save your own ssd/dsd discs or to import discs produced from other sources than the pre selected one's. I have lots of ssds from Acorn User, Disk User etc which I can't run. If it was closer to the pc version in functionality, I would give it 5 stars.
Remember chuckie egg? Even the *FX154 command crashes it into a mad loop like my original did. Only way out was a heavy Ctrl alt brk reset . ace!
Brings back happy memories I loved my BBC model b. This brings back happy memories of playing chuckie egg for hours on end. Would give it 5 stars if you could save game progress. The app just crashes when you try to save
Brilliant but flawed Please fix save/load programs. It's not worth writing larger programs without those features. Brk key didn't work with my short BASIC program. I'm using a Galaxy S4 (GT-I9505). Sort those issues, and if no others come to light I'll upgrade my rating to 5*. I intend writing 6502 assembly programs.
Sound now working on Android 5.0 and later. Added x86 support. Removed adverts. And we're working on some enhancements over the next few weeks - if you have any requests, email firstname.lastname@example.org cheers!
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