Estrayk wrote:Not Atari related but a friend fo mine, try to compile 2.0 version to MorphOS and works extremely slooooow in a PowerPC G4 1000Mhz !
I love Hatari but sometimes I miss that ASM emulators in old machines.
There are “ASM” emulators for emulating the Atari ST series. But as currently no volunteer has been found to replicate the success of x86-64 again on ARM32, ARM64, POWER32, POWER64, PPC32 and PPC64, it is indeed a pity and we have to live the hard life to have the choice what to use with that open source piece done by volunteers. EDIT: Sorry, I forgot MIPS32, MIPS64, SPARC32, SPARC64, PA-RISC32, PA-RISC64 and — of course — AXP. EDIT2: And m88k!
that nobody gets angry but I remember play to some Atari ST games in an Amiga 500 at 7Mhz. hows is possible that nowadays we need 2000Mhz?
Angry? About software product written by others, and given to us all not only as free as in beer, but as free as in free speech?
Ah, BTW: We actually don’t need 2000 MHz to play these games. We’re absolutely free to get our Ataris and Amigas out of the closet and use them. You won’t notice any speed degradation compared to the good ol’ times. Even if your battery in your 68k is empty.