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A Home Computer Emulator for iPad.

Almost Like the Real Thing.

Screenshot

Ready is an open source emulator for the following 8 bit home computers:

With preliminary support for these computers:

It is based on atari800, fuse, Vice, and x16-emulator, which provide accurate emulation of many hardware variants and peripherals.

It requires at least iPadOS 13.5.

It aims to approximate the feeling of using actual hardware:

  • Rather than configuring abstract settings, you select hardware components.
  • The software keyboard is a facsimile of the original, reflecting the different existing styles.
  • Even the noise of the disk drive is emulated.

The Library section offers a way to organize a large collection of games, demos and programs. The emulated hardware can be customized for each entry.

The Inbox provides a place to quickly try new programs. You can easily move the ones you want to keep to the library.

Tools mode allows attaching a cartridge like Action Replay or Final Cartridge and a collection of disks with your favorite tools, to help you dig into the programs, like back in the day.

Documentation

The beginnings of a User Manual can be found in the wiki. Any help on expanding it would be greatly appreciated.

Contact

Visit the website spiderlab.at/c64 for screenshots.

You can join us on Discord.

The authors can be contacted at ready@tpau.group.

Installing

Since emulators where users can add their own programs are not allowed in the App Store, you will have to install it yourself. You will need Xcode and a developer certificate.

You can build it from source yourself. Ready has no external dependencies.

Or you can use iOS App Signer to install a pre-built binary release (.ipa file).