Linked by Thom Holwerda on Mon 18th Jun 2012 19:14 UTC
Apple Great find by Hack A Day: "Over on the 68kmla forums, a website dedicated to old Macs built before 1994, [zydeco] released his Android port of Mini vMac, a Macintosh Plus emulator that puts the power of a Motorola MC68000 processor and System 7 on any computer.
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RE: Emus
by bornagainenguin on Wed 20th Jun 2012 15:12 UTC in reply to "Emus"
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zima suggested...

BTW and seriously, if anybody feels like emulating 68k Macs in general (in more usual setting, on a PC) - Basilisk II is another good option, focusing more on the later 68k Macs so probably more suitable for the desktop (resolution, colour support, and so on).

I know what you're trying to say here and am a fan of ye olde Basilisk II myself--but the coolness factor here is that you can run the MacOS on a tablet computer and to my knowledge there is no Android port for Basilisk II. ;)


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RE[2]: Emus
by zima on Sat 23rd Jun 2012 14:03 in reply to "RE: Emus"
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Yeah, I did kinda made clear that I mention the ~desktop side ;)

But, really, Basilisk II is available for Linux and it's certainly CPU-portable (apparently there's a PSP port; even if non-x86 is without JIT, it should be decently fast on ARMs of today) - so, at worst, installing the more usual Linux stack beside Android libs should do the trick.

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