From Dirk W. Hoffmann:
VirtualC64 emulates a Commodore 64 personal computer. I wrote the software with two major goals in mind. First, I wanted to create an emulator that can be used as a demonstrator program in a first year or second year course on computer engineering. To achieve this goal, I have integrated various debugging capabilities that let you peek inside the CPU, RAM, ROM, or one of the custom chips. Second, I tried to make the emulator as user friendly as it can get.
What's new in this version:
- Fixed Lorenz-test LDAB which was broken since 1.0rc4.
- Fixed a bug that held down the NMI line permanently when pressing RunStop/Restore. As a result, pressing this key combination only worked once.
- The keyboard mapping has been extended. The ESC key is now mapped to 'RunStop' and the TAB key to 'Restore'.
- The internal code base has been cleaned up.