JME C64 is a Java-based emulator for the most popular Homecomputer of the 80s, the Commodore 64. It started out as a port of jac64, another Java-based C64 emulator, to the J2ME platform but the code was rewritten over time. Currently the following variants of the emulator exist:
- Android C64: the emulator version for Android-based mobile devices.
- JME C64: the emulator version for J2ME (MIDP 2.0), i.e. Java-enabled mobile devices, such as mobile phones or PDAs.
- JSwing C64: an emulator version using J2SE, i.e. the Java version for desktop PCs. It uses the Java Swing classes for displaying the user interface. When looking for a PC version of the emulator, then this is the way to go.
- JAWT C64: another emulator version using J2SE. It uses the Java AWT classes for the user interface. If you are having problems with JSwing C64 you should try this version.
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