Great emulation, but... The disk autoload feature needs to be replaced with a disk drive emulator so disks can be properly swapped. Right now I can't find a way to manually switch out disks and type the commands myself, which means some games (Gold Box AD&D games in particular) are impossible to play since disk swapping can't be properly done. I don't need autoload since I know the commands (LOAD "*",8,1 is easy enough to find on Google if you didn't grow up with a C64). I need a way to eject and insert disks.
Super D With people having problems with keyboards, I suggest using a Bluetooth keyboard/mouse combo like a Rii - look on Amazon or eBay ($20-30). With the menu problem, long press the two dots on bottom left. ..Awesome emulator. .I could even write a loop program in basic. Remember where you download your roms so you can find them, man, brings back memories, awesome application
It is pretty good! Difficult at first, but really easy once you know what to do. Easy if you know the commands. or even how to make programs. Learning from this pretty slow. But it is decent as well. Welp...What else could i say ;) The only problem is once i SAVE my program, i cannot load it.
menu screens flash on only for a few seconds any of the screens from the menu (help,setings, etc) only flash up for a second and then the c64 start up screen comes back. Can't realy do much without being able to access files
No menu on Sam Tab A I've used this app on my MotoG phone and it's great. It works fine. On my Samsung Tab A it installs perfectly well however there is no way to access the menu to load, save etc. On my motor G, the menu buttons are soft buttons. The Tab A has hard menu buttons meaning the frodo c64 menu button don't appear anywhere. Shame as it would have been fun to view on a bigger screen.
Difficult at first, but works great when you know what to do. Loading disks is easy once you learn what to do. You can even load part 2 disks in game. On android, long hold the lower left button with the 2 rectangles. This will bring up the hidden menu. Navigate to "load disk", then navigate to where the .d64 file is. You can google .d64 games, and you should be able to find roms on line. My favorites are Beach Head, Raid on Bungeling Bay, Raid over Moscow, Impossible Mission, Lode Runner, EPYX Summer Games, Winter Games, and World Games.
Android 5.0 Fix