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BeebEm - BBC Micro and Master 128 Emulator

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BeebEm is a BBC Micro and Master 128 emulator. It enables you to run BBC Micro software on your PC. BeebEm was first developed for UNIX systems in 1994 by Dave Gilbert and was then ported to Microsoft Windows.

New release of BeebEm available now - Version 4.19 with more additions and updates.

To run the latest Windows version of BeebEm you will need Windows XP or later. The UNIX version will run on most UNIX based systems and Linux.

The latest version of BeebEm has been released by Chris Needham and the latest sources are now maintained in his repository on GitHub. The source code is released under the terms of the GNU General Public License.

BeebEm will run most BBC Micro software including Elite, Exile and Revs. It will also run most BBC Micro ROM software (e.g. Wordwise).

The software page has links to sites where you can download software. You can also download OddJob, a previously unreleased game for the BBC Micro.

Download version 4.19 for Windows: BeebEm419.exe

This is a self-extracting installation that contains everything you need to run BeebEm. If you prefer you can download version 4.19 in ZIP format: Once you have installed or unzipped the file read the help and run BeebEm.exe.

View the BeebEm CHANGES log to see what is new in V4.19.

The TMS5220 Speech Generator emulation has been removed from the latest version of BeebEm (due to code licensing issues). If you wish to try this feature then you can download v4.03, as a self-extracting installation BeebEm403.exe or a ZIP

If you have any problems running or using BeebEm then email me, Mike, with your comments: -AT-

BeebEm For Other Platforms

Mac BeebEm Apple Mac port by Jon Welch
BeebEm for UNIX/Linux UNIX/Linux port by David Eggleston
BeebEm in a browser! WebAssembly build by Rhys
PSPBEEB PlayStation Portable port of BeebEm
Pocket PC BeebEm Jon Welch has ported BeebEm to Pocket PC which runs on older PDAs
OpenPandora Based on the GP2X port, maintained by Sam Watkins
RG350 Jeremy Rayner's port to the retro gaming handheld.

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