Play one of the earliest video games in history with this retro emulator. B-em is an arcade emulator that handles the classic BBC Microcomputer that was created by the British Computer Company Acorn Computers. This freeware can play a lot of old-school titles like the Granny's Garden (1983), Galaxians (1982), and the original 3D Maze (1982), along with the wide selection of 2nd processors for the Acorn 8-Bit console.
B-em was first released to the public back in April 2001 and can only emulate the BBC Model B. Now it can handle a Model B with 1770 FDC, ADFS, Model A, and Model B+, among many others. This BBC Micro emulator can now even emulate two disc drives and can support double disc and double-sided floppy disc controllers.
Although it initially supports Mac OS X and DOS platforms, the support was dropped by the developers along the way in favor of Windows 32 and Linux platforms. The developers also included all 6502 documented and undocumented instructions and provided dozens of video features like overscan, raster splitting, rupture, and mid-line palette.
B-em Emulator download can be obtained free to play Acorn 8 bit. Available for multiple platforms including Windows, Mac, Linux and DOS with fastest download speeds on EmulatorDownload.net. This Acorn 8 bit Emulator (also known as BBC Micro, bem) is in English and can run games online in high quality. B-em is developed by Stardot and Thomas Adam. If you like this emulator then also see related emulators such as BeebEm for Acorn.
|B-em v2.2 Windows newest||Windows||Free||2012-06-03||6.62 MB|
|B-em v1.0 Mac newest||Mac||Free||2006-02-01||957.00 KB||Port for OS X|
|B-em v2.2 Linux newest||Linux||Free||2012-06-03||4.63 MB|
|B-em v2.0a Linux||Linux||Free||2010-03-16||4.93 MB|
|B-em v1.1 DOS||DOS||Free||2006-05-07||866.25 KB|
|B-em v1.5s Source Windows||Source||Free||2008-05-20||257.55 KB||Source Code|