Emulators Section Video Game Music Magazines, Comics, Guides, etc. Sponsor Message. Emulators » Atari 2600. Choose the platform you want to emulate on: Android Mac OS X Nintendo DS Playstation 3 PSP Source Windows. Results 1 - 17 of 17 - Atari 2600 - Downloads - Emulators. Z26 is an Atari 2600 Emulator for Windows, Mac OS X and DOS.
» » » z26 z26 2600 Emulator for Mac OS X Overview This emulator which was written in 100% assembly is based on of Paul Robson's A26 emulator. It runs most Atari 2600 games at an excellent speed even on slower PCs. It also supports games with the Parker Brother's chip and TigerVision's chip.
There is now also support for paddles, the Stelladaptor, and Atari Trak-Ball controllers. Definitely one of the best Atari 2600 emulators out there. This is the Mac version. 🔗 Download (1.0M) Some emulators may require a system BIOS to run game titles.
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Every time I ask this, NO ONE says anything. So I'll ask again. In my experience, the sound in stella totally sucked balls (i.e. Does a horrible job of emulation the 2600's sounds on the pc). Does anyone else notice this or is it my pc? I've generally had good luck with the sound in StellaX running in Windows 2000. I imagine the sound is better still in z26, but I don't get any sound in Windows 2000 when running it (and I haven't even attempted to get that to work, if it's even possible).
StellaX is very unstable for me, and crashes often when exiting a game. I haven't used PCAE very much, but I very much like it's ability to record movies from games (which will become very useful on AA pretty soon). I have not played around with CyberStella too much yet. I know a new version of Stella (1.3) is due to be out soon, so perhaps this will spur some updates of the Windows (and Mac) versions. I think z26 is the most accurate 2600 emulator, and I am looking forward to a Windows version someday.
It is also updated the most quickly of all the 2600 emulators when new games that break existing emulators come out.Al. Every time I ask this, NO ONE says anything. So I'll ask again.
In my experience, the sound in stella totally sucked balls (i.e. Does a horrible job of emulation the 2600's sounds on the pc). Does anyone else notice this or is it my pc? I aggree with you. I have used Stella many times, and the sound is awful. Ms.Pacman is one of my favorite games, and it just sounded sad on Stella.
Heck, some sounds were missing altogether. I ended up finally buying Ms.Pacman to replace my dead cart after years of searching! Unfortunatly, I haven't had much luck getting other emu's like Z26 to work for me on my P3-650/Win2K box. Will any of that help with the sound Thomas?
I have a fairly new Compaq at home running XP. Z26 works, but the sound is messed up. Actually the sound of the game is fine.But there is a constant *clicking* noise in the background that is very annoying. When I run Stella.There in no sound at all. I have a similar problem very, very occaisionally running z26 in Win ME where I'll get an intermittent static sound (it's not regular click-click-click or anything, just occaisional 'bursts' of static. Like listening to a Walkman on a set of headphones which are going bad). I haven't really looked into it because it happens so rarely, but my impression is that it ocurs when I have a bunch of other windows open and running.
Try loading it with only a minimum other processes running and see if it helps (including virus shields or whatever else you may have running in the background). (hey, worth a try) Chris. @Stunt Cycle: Hey, hey. I am currently using the Z26. Some of the games lag real bad. I use Z26 with a PIII and W98se and it works fine with all games, Full speed, great sound, I heard before some static when I was using the built in sound card in my puter but later I installed a Yamaha soundcard and the sound is crystal clear now.
Is there any better emulator out there? If you're using a PC then Z26 it's your best choice (by far). Tell us more about the specs and configuration of your system and we might be able to find out what's wrong, but i would point the blaming finger on the CPU speed or your OS config. I use winXP and use three emulators every day. CyberStella, PCAE and Z26. Z26 runs really slow for me too. I'm not sure why.
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However it is the only emulator that will show you a scan line count (-v9) and that is invaluable to me as a homebrew author. It also has a trace feature which can be usefull in debugging. For just 'playing' games I do not use Z26. Z26 also takes the best in-game screen shots IMO.
CyberStella is one of the better emulators. It's fast, runs in Windows, full sound support, however the Stella engine will run games with 300+ scanlines and not have a problem. Whereas a real TV would crap out. I'm not quite sure why CyberStella supports that, but as a homebrew author I can't trust it to give me reliable results. PCAEWin is the emulator I use every day.
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