- What is Arnold?
- Arnold is an Amstrad CPC, Amstrad CPC+ and KC Compact emulator. Arnold is accurate and emulates
the Amstrad systems to the cycle level. It also emulates 99% of all demo effects.
- What is an Amstrad CPC?
- The Amstrad CPC, is a 8-bit computer produced by Amstrad in the '80s. There were 3 systems: CPC464, CPC664
and CPC6128. The CPC464 had a cassette unit built into the keyboard and 64k of RAM. The CPC664 had a
3" disc drive built into the keyboard and 64k of RAM. The CPC6128 had a 3" disc drive built into
the keyboard and 128k of RAM. Each system could be purchased with a Green Screen or Colour monitor. The monitor
was necessary because it contained the power supply.
- What is an Amstrad CPC+?
- The Amstrad CPC+ is an updated Amstrad CPC computer with more colours, hardware sprites, improved scrolling
and a DMA-like driven sound-chip.
- What is the KC Compact?
- The KC Compact is a eastern German clone of the Amstrad CPC series.
- What about the source?
- The source is released under the GNU Public License. You are free to modify the source but I would be grateful if you would
send me the changes so I can incorporate it into an official source release.